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Computer Tech Link Vista

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Check your software to verify that the volume settings are not turned off. check both the System and Multimedia in Control Panel to ensure that you have the proper settings for your sound card (consult your sound card/audio subsystem manual and your Windows documentation). Check your software to verify that the volume settings are not turned off. Most likely cause: software driver not loaded. One or more of the steps described below may require you to work inside your computer. Please read the W

Computer Tech Link Vision

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These programs consume system resources, so load them judiciously. • Keep your drives in order - A well-organized hard drive directory system helps you reduce wasteful clutter on your drives, freeing up space for important applications and data. • Defragment your hard drives - Hard drives store files by placing pieces of them in random clusters and keeping a list of the clusters that store each file. Using the box and cubbyhole analogy, the hard drive places some of the file in a cubbyhole, not

Computer Tech Link Vector

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For example, most 15" monitors have a viewable area of 13.5" to 13.9". • Dot pitch - The dot pitch specification for a display monitor indicates how sharp the image can be displayed. It is measured in fractions of millimeters and the smaller the number, the sharper the image. In a cathode ray tube display with a shadow mask, the dot pitch is the distance between the holes in the shadow mask. The shadow mask is a metal screen filled with holes through which the electron beams pass to focus on a s

Computer Tech Link Valeo

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Given proper care and maintenance, your CTL Computer System will provide you with years of reliable operation. Although you are no doubt eager to get your system set up and running, spending a few minutes familiarizing yourself with this User Manual will help to ensure that your system is set up correctly and that you are aware of the resources contained within should you have any questions at a later point. NOTE The next few pages contain important information on notational conventions, license

Computer Tech Link Nexus

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applies to you. • If you are using Windows XP, Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows Me, click Start at the bottom left of your screen, then select Shut Down. Click Restart from the menu that appears. Your computer will reboot. • Press [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[Del]. If you are in DOS, this will cause your computer to reboot. In Windows XP, Windows 98, or Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 Professional or Windows Me, this will open a window that lists all open applications, with the op

Computer Tech Link Meridian

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Voltage spikes caused by phenomena such as storms, transmission problems, and appliances can easily damage your computer. The Ergonomic Workspace An ergonomic workspace allows you to work efficiently and comfortably for longer periods of time. Here are some general ergonomic guidelines and recommendations to keep in mind when setting up your system: • Position your system so that the monitor and keyboard are directly in front of you. Contact your CTL Dealer or Representative if you need to order

Computer Tech Link CTL9Ln

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Category: Displays

These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful inteference to radio Communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause unacceptable interference to radio and television reception, whi

Computer Tech Link CTL 5xn

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Category: Displays

4 POWER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM If you use the monitor with a computer which complies with the power saving program, you can set the monitor to go blank when the system has remained unused for a period of time. To specify the period or to disable this feature, set the system timeout field of the computer's system setup program or use special software for power saving. See the computer user's manual for the details of using the system setup. While the monitor is in power saving mode (blank screen), it

Computer Tech Link CTL 5fln

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Use the on-screen controls to adjust the color temperature or RGB gain value for the best possible screen color and intensity. • Just activate the higher refresh rates of the monitor to stabilize the screen and eliminate the annoying flicker that contributes to eyestrain and headaches. • The borderless full-screen display capability works under all graphic modes and provides a larger viewing area than conventional monitors, giving you a better picture with more workspace. SETUP INSTALLING THE SW

Computer Tech Link 910TF

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Use the on-screen controls to adjust the color temperature, RGB gain value for the best possible screen color and intensity. • Press the menu button and activate the Self-Diagnosis menu to determine whether your monitor is functioning normally, not receiving a signal or is receiving a signal that is out of scanning range. • Activate the higher refresh rates of the monitor to stabilize the screen and eliminate the annoying flicker that contributes to eye-strain and headaches. • The “borderless” f





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