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70 271 Stu Chap07
70 271 Stu Chap07
70 271 Stu Chap07
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70 271 Stu Chap07
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70 271 Stu Chap07
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70 271 Stu Chap07
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  • 1. SUPPORTING DISPLAY DEVICES, I/O DEVICES, AND ACPI Chapter 7
  • 2. SUPPORTING DISPLAY DEVICES, I/O DEVICES, AND ACPI
    • Configure and troubleshoot display devices in Microsoft Windows XP
    • Configure and troubleshoot I/O devices in Windows XP
    • Configure and troubleshoot ACPI in Windows XP
  • 3. DISPLAY DEVICES
  • 4. ADVANCED BUTTON OPTIONS
    • Screen resolution
    • Behavior when display settings are changed
    • Screen refresh rate
    • Color profiles
  • 5. MULTIPLE-DISPLAY SUPPORT
    • POST display device
    • Primary display device
    • Secondary display device(s)
  • 6. CRITERIA FOR SECONDARY DISPLAY ADAPTERS
    • Must be a PCI or AGP device
    • Must be able to run in GUI mode or without using VGA resources
    • Must have a Windows XP Professional Edition driver that enables it to be a secondary display
  • 7. ISSUES WITH MULTIPLE-DISPLAY CONFIGURATIONS
    • On-board display devices must be used as the POST/VGA-compatible device
    • On-board display device stops when additional display devices are installed
    • System does not recognize secondary adapters
  • 8. ISSUES WITH MULTIPLE-DISPLAY CONFIGURATIONS (CONTINUED)
    • Secondary monitor is recognized by the system but it is not displaying any output
    • Issues arise when running an MS-DOS application in a multiple-monitor configuration
    • Make sure the best display DirectX support is the primary monitor
  • 9. TROUBLESHOOTING DISPLAY DEVICES IN WINDOWS XP
    • Make sure that the appropriate drivers are installed
    • Set a different screen resolution or color depth
    • Turn off hardware acceleration
  • 10. I/O DEVICES
    • Keyboard
    • Video display monitor
    • Mouse
    • Printer
  • 11. PRINTERS
    • Printers are usually installed directly using the Add Printer Wizard, but they can also be installed using the Add Hardware Wizard
  • 12. SCANNERS AND CAMERAS
    • Most scanners and cameras are detected and installed during Setup, or they are Plug and Play devices
  • 13. CONFIGURING MOUSE PROPERTIES
  • 14. TROUBLESHOOTING MOUSE PROBLEMS
    • Verify the mouse is securely connected to the computer
    • Clean the mouse ball and contacts
    • Replace the mouse driver
    • Substitute a different mouse
  • 15. KEYBOARDS
  • 16. SMART CARD READERS
    • Smart cards are small, credit card–sized devices that are capable of storing authentication information, such as public and private keys and other forms of personal information
  • 17. CONFIGURING MODEM PROPERTIES
  • 18. TROUBLESHOOTING MODEMS
  • 19. USB DEVICES
  • 20. TROUBLESHOOTING USB DEVICES
    • The USB hardware device
    • The USB controller
    • The USB drivers
  • 21. FIREWIRE DEVICES
    • Often called IEEE 1394 ports
    • Transfer data at a rate of 400 or 800 Mbps
    • Used mainly for video transfer from digital movie cameras
  • 22. HANDHELD DEVICES
    • Most handheld devices either support IrDA standards or connect to the computer via a serial port
  • 23. ADVANCED CONFIGURATION AND POWER INTERFACE (ACPI)
    • Windows XP Professional Edition supports ACPI, which is a specification that controls power consumption in computers. ACPI supplants an older power specification, Advanced Power Management (APM).
  • 24. CONFIGURING POWER SCHEMES
  • 25. CHAPTER SUMMARY
    • The Windows XP Professional Edition desktop can be spread across as many as 10 monitors. With multiple displays configured, each monitor can display a different application.
  • 26. CHAPTER SUMMARY (CONTINUED)
    • Display adapter, monitor properties, and driver information can be viewed through both Device Manager and Display properties.
    • With ACPI, the computer can pass power management responsibility to the operating system.

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