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General Discussion / Re: Zytronic X-Y usb driver
« Last post by jukejohn on March 25, 2020, 01:29:21 PM »
Resolution not supported means just that
the monitor needs to be set to 1024x768 or if it's a 17/19-inch monitor set at 1280x1024

if you can't set the resolution it will need a fresh windows installation to find the resolution automatically so do a installation of Windows 7
as XP doesn't do a auto resolution on a fresh install but you could manually set the resolution on XP

then you will see the screen/windows
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General Discussion / Re: Zytronic X-Y usb driver
« Last post by Frank Machin on March 24, 2020, 09:04:52 PM »
my mates dell xp pc is working. i have my personal monitor plugged into it.

i installed the zytronic drivers after a small issue unpacking them.

i have tried different leads to the xp pc and the monitor. still posts and goes off.

i cannot get the xp pc to have two displays. so i cannot press F9. because im plugged into only one at a time.

i think this monitor is nacked.

it posts a quick message saying video mode not supported.



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General Discussion / Re: Zytronic X-Y usb driver
« Last post by Mark Norville on March 24, 2020, 06:49:30 PM »
If it powers on an you see a boot screen but then it goes off, so you see it post.

Post is where it comes online shows you an image such as loading press f9 for bios.

It means that you have a graphics chip or card installed. As if you did not see that then you would not see the post screen.

I would try another cable if you have one, another monitor to make sure nothing wrong with the computer itself.

If all else fails try the drivers and see if that works, but a monitor is a monitor, the drivers are just for touch features. If you do not have the drivers then it should function as a normal monitor.

My brain is dead with the noise I have had today, so I might be missing something, but I honestly do not think that downloading drivers will work.

If you can take your monitor to your friends place, he might be technology minded and have more equipment to try the monitor on.

I test on different PC's before I call something dead. Hopefully he has more than it sounds like you do.

Regards

Mark
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General Discussion / Re: Zytronic X-Y usb driver
« Last post by jukejohn on March 24, 2020, 06:43:07 PM »
Sounds like a back light problem maybe

as mark says you need to connect it to a computer
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General Discussion / Re: Zytronic X-Y usb driver
« Last post by Frank Machin on March 24, 2020, 06:28:56 PM »
oh no it must be the monitor then. because when i plug the box in the pc desktop comes up on the monitor for a few seconds then goes off.

am sure i have everything plugged in correctly.
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General Discussion / Re: Zytronic X-Y usb driver
« Last post by Mark Norville on March 24, 2020, 06:07:08 PM »
It was a power or graphic issue with your laptop then.

Hopefully the screen powers on by itself, if it does not then it should not be a driver issue, as it will and should power on itself as a generic monitor.

Drivers are just to get the touch capability.

Make sure that on the computer that you have internet, allow the PC to fully boot up, and let it sit for five minutes is more than enough.

It only takes about a minute for any drivers to download that is needed, but without drivers it should power on the monitor.

If it does not, it might be a fully faulty monitor and you have brought a dodgy product.

The only time that the monitor would be going green but no image would be graphics card issue or no graphics card either onboard or as detached device.

The green light is good though as that means enough power.

Regards

Mark
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General Discussion / Re: Zytronic X-Y usb driver
« Last post by Frank Machin on March 24, 2020, 05:50:55 PM »
No apology necessary mate..thankyou anyway.
Now the good news my mate has given me an xp dell he had knocking around.
Im just messing with it now.
JJ will hopefully give ne the necessary drivers and install advice.
The red light is now green. When all plugged in.
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General Discussion / Re: Zytronic X-Y usb driver
« Last post by Mark Norville on March 24, 2020, 04:45:56 PM »
Hi Frank,

I shall edit this as I go along, firstly sorry for being less patient than I normally am. I have a lot of noise pollution and upheaval going on which is testing my patience. I should however, not take it out on you.

I should shoot John or Tel instead.

I would not advise buying any computer as yet until you can confirm what is happening with the monitor.

Your laptop sounds too under powered to keep the dual monitor up.

Do you have another display to attach to?

It could also be a power supply issue to the monitor.

A lot could potentially be wrong, you do not want to spend money on other things until you have the basics sorted.

Regards

Mark

It would be like me buying a new Ferrari because the tyres are flat and I never checked the air pressure first.
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General Discussion / Re: Zytronic X-Y usb driver
« Last post by Frank Machin on March 24, 2020, 03:36:06 PM »
Thanks for the advice Mark.

I set the laptop to two displays and the laptop desktop image does come on the touchscreen but then goes off.

The red light on the back of the touchcsreen does seem odd. i would expect that to be green in most cases.

I am correct in using a 12v power adapter  to the touchscreen, am i not?

I have seen some refurbished Dell Pc's for 50 online. with the following specs..would they be able to play music and music videos from the jukebox app?

Multi-purpose, compact, cost-efficient computer, a good all around machine. Good for school studies, office, sage & accounting, internet, word processing, email management etc...
Good support for video and audio, plenty of USB ports for peripherals and storage addition.
Fully tested and upgraded to specification.
Intel "gigabit" ethernet on-board for reliable network and internet access.
Includes a genuine, fully installed, version of Windows XP.

- All drivers and security updates installed, ready to plug in and go.

- This is a base unit only listing (included 3-pin standard UK power lead)

Specifications
Operating System : Windows XP
Processor : Intel Dual Core
RAM : 4GB
Hard Drive : 160GB
Optical : DVD

Connectors
Back panel I/O
- Audio Line In
- Audio Line Out
- x6 USB 2.0
- Ethernet
- VGA (Monitor)
- Parallel Port
- Serial Port (COM)


Front panel I/O
- x2 USB 2.0
- Microphone line in
- Audio (headphone) line out

Features

    Processor: Intel Pentium
    RAM: 4GB
    Graphics: Intel HD
    SSD/HDD: HDD
    Total Storage: 65-256GB



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General Discussion / Re: Zytronic X-Y usb driver
« Last post by Mark Norville on March 24, 2020, 02:14:37 PM »
What you have typed your laptop might not be supplying enough power to the monitor. I would suggest hooking it up to a PC if possible.

A black screen and red means that you are not getting enough power to the monitor.

A test using a desktop PC with proper power, making sure that your monitor also has sufficient power is your main thing to look at.

It is not a driver issue as the monitor should power on. You can worry about what operating system and driver later on.

Regards

Mark
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