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Graphics Solutions for Professionals
Matrox PJ-4OLP
User Guide
10987-301-0101
2008.01.11
www.matrox.com/graphics
Overview
Thank you for purchasing a Matrox PJ-4OLP graphics card. This product is a high-performance
graphics card that plugs into an expansion slot inside your personal computer. With a Matrox PJ4OLP card, you can use 4 monitors1 at a time.
Hardware supplied
Matrox PJ-4OLP card
2 DVI dual-monitor cables
4 DVI-to-HD15 adapters
Software supplied (for Windows 2000/XP, and Windows XP
Professional x64)
Download the latest software package for your product from the Matrox Web site
(www.matrox.com/graphics/support/drivers/latest/home.cfm).
Installation overview
Note: If your Matrox product is already partially or fully installed on your computer, some
or all the installation information in this guide may not apply to you. However, this
information may be useful if you need to reinstall your Matrox product.
To install your Matrox product:
1
Install the Matrox card – see “Hardware installation”, page 3.
2
Connect your monitors – see “Connection setup”, page 6.
3
Install the software – see “Software setup”, page 8.
1 The term monitor refers to projectors and computer monitors.
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Hardware installation
This section describes how to install your Matrox card. For information specific to your computer,
like how to remove its cover, see your system manual.
WARNING: To avoid personal injury and to prevent damage to your computer or Matrox
hardware, turn off your computer, unplug it, and then wait for it to cool before you install
your Matrox product and touch any of the internal parts of your computer.
While your computer is turned off but still plugged in, some electrical current is supplied
to the motherboard. This current may prevent newly installed hardware from working
properly.
Also, static electricity can severely damage electronic parts. Before touching any electronic
parts, drain static electricity from your body (for example, by touching the metal frame of
your computer). When handling a card, carefully hold it by its edges and avoid touching its
circuitry.
1
Open your computer and
remove your existing graphics
card*
If a graphics card isn’t already installed in
your computer, skip to step 2.
a
Using Add/Remove Programs in the
Windows Control Panel, remove any
currently installed display drivers.
Restart your computer for the changes
to take effect.
After your computer restarts, you’re
prompted to install drivers for the new
graphics hardware detected. Click
Cancel.
b
Turn off your computer and all peripherals such as your monitor or printer.
c
Open the computer and remove your existing graphics card (if any). (If graphics
hardware is built into the motherboard of your computer, this graphics hardware should
automatically disable itself after your Matrox card is installed. For more information, see
your system manual.)
* With multi-display mode, you may be able to use your existing graphics card. For Windows 2000/XP, see Windows 2000/XP
online help under “Install additional monitors”.
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2
Choose a PCI slot
Most computers have different types of
expansion slots. Choose a PCI (not PCI
Express) slot for your graphics card. Your
card supports both 64-bit and 32-bit PCI
slots. Your system manual should identify
the location of each type of expansion slot in
your computer.
(Back of computer)
PCI
Express
slots
(×16)
(×1)
PCI
slots
(64-bit)
(32-bit)
Note: If you’re using a PCI graphics card in a 64-bit compatible slot, your choice of PCI slot
may affect your card or system performance. For more information, see your computer
manual.
WARNING: Inserting your Matrox card
into the wrong type of slot could damage
your card, your computer, or both.
If you’re using a 32-bit PCI slot, only part
of your card’s edge connector should be
inserted into the PCI slot (the part closest
to the back of the computer).
3
4
Insert your Matrox card
a
Position your Matrox card over the
expansion slot you’ve chosen.
b
Push the card in firmly and evenly until
it’s fully seated in the slot.
c
Secure the bracket of your Matrox card
to the computer frame.
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32-bit
64-bit
PCI card
Your Matrox card is now installed. Before restarting your computer, connect your monitor or
monitors (“Connection setup”, page 6). After connecting, restart your computer and install your
Matrox software (see “Software setup”, page 8)
WARNING: If your computer doesn’t restart after your Matrox card is installed, turn off
your computer to avoid damaging electronic parts. For troubleshooting information, see
page 10.
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Connection setup
This section describes how to connect computer monitors to your Matrox product.
To use 4 computer monitors at a time, make sure your monitors support the same settings (such as
display resolution and refresh rates). All your monitors must be of the same type, either analog or
digital.
While using 4 monitors at the same time, certain limitations may apply. For more information, see
“Display information”, page 24.
1
Connect your dual-monitor
cables
Attach your Matrox dual-monitor cables to
the connectors on the bracket of your
Matrox card. Make sure the connectors are
properly fastened.
Dual-monitor
cable
WARNING: To avoid damaging the LFH-60 connector on your
dual-monitor cable or on your graphics card, carefully insert the
connector on your dual-monitor cable as straight as possible into the
connector on your graphics card. Specifically, inserting the
connectors into each other at an angle is likely to bend and damage
the pins on the connector of the dual-monitor cable.
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Connect your monitors
If your monitor has an HD-15 connector,
use a DVI-to-HD15 adapter included with
your product to connect your monitor cable
to your dual-monitor cable.
If your monitor has a DVI connector,
connect your monitor cable directly to the
dual-monitor cable without using a DVI-toHD15 adapter.
Monitor connector
(HD-15)
DVI-I
connector
DVI-to-HD15
adapter
Make sure all connectors are properly
fastened.
Monitor connector
(DVI)
Note: To connect a digital monitor (a
monitor that uses digital input, usually a
flat panel monitor) to your Matrox
product, your monitor must have a DVI
connector.
HD-15 connector (analog)
Some monitors with DVI connectors
DVI connector
DVI connector
support both digital and analog input. If
(DVI-I: analog/digital)
(DVI-D: digital)
you’re using one of these monitors with
your Matrox product, make sure it’s configured to use the correct type of input. For more
information, see your monitor documentation.
Note: Monitors are numbered consecutively based on which
connector each is attached to. Numbering starts with the primary
display – the one that first displays information when you restart
your computer. If another graphics card is installed in your
computer, display numbering may be different.
PJ-4OLP
Your Matrox card is now installed. Restart your computer and install your Matrox software (see
“Software setup”, page 8).
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Software setup
This section describes how to install Matrox software for Windows 2000/XP.
You may need administrator rights to install certain software. For more information, see Windows
documentation or contact your system administrator.
1
Download your Matrox software package
Download the latest software package for your product from the Matrox Web site
(www.matrox.com/graphics/support/drivers/latest/home.cfm).
2
Install display driver
Note: Windows XP SP2 (Service Pack 2) – Windows may install a Matrox display driver
unsupported by your product when your Matrox product is detected as new hardware. If
you aren’t prompted to install a display driver, DON’T RESTART your system. Install the
software package you downloaded.
If you do restart your computer, see page 11 for more information on reinstalling your
display driver.
Windows detects new hardware when you restart. If Matrox display drivers haven’t been
previously installed, Windows prompts you to install a display driver. Click Cancel, then
install the software package you downloaded. Follow the on-screen instructions.
3
Configure your monitor settings
To take full advantage of your graphics card, make sure the monitor settings for the main
monitor are supported by all 4 monitors connected to your graphics card:
a
Right-click your Windows desktop background, then click Properties ! Settings !
Advanced ! Monitor.
b
If “Hide modes that this monitor cannot display” is available, make sure it’s enabled.
Under Screen refresh rate, select the highest refresh rate listed.
c
Click OK ! OK.
For more information on Windows monitor settings, see Windows documentation.
WARNING: If incorrect software monitor settings are applied, some monitors can be
permanently damaged. For more information, see your monitor manual.
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Set up your display software
Use Matrox PowerDesk software to change certain display settings or access Matrox features.
To access PowerDesk, double-click its icon ( ) on your Windows taskbar. To see the
PowerDesk icon in Windows XP, you may need to click the Show hidden icons button ( )
on your Windows taskbar. For more information on how to use Matrox PowerDesk, see the
online help.
Edge overlap setup
Use the Matrox edge overlap feature to overlap adjacent displays.
Note: Before using edge overlap make sure you’re using a horizontal stretched mode. Edge overlap
works only while you’re in horizontal stretched mode.
Windows 2000/XP – To configure edge overlap:
1
Click the PowerDesk icon ( ) on your Windows taskbar. (To see the PowerDesk icon
in Windows XP, you may need to click the Show hidden icons button ( ) on your
Windows taskbar.)
2
Select Edge Overlap ! Display 1.
3
Choose the amount of overlap you want for your adjacent displays. Click OK for changes
to take effect.
For more information on Matrox PowerDesk, see the online help.
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Troubleshooting
Basic procedures
This section explains basic procedures that are referred to by some troubleshooting items in this
guide.
Restarting in VGA mode
Windows 2000/XP – What follows is information on how to restart your computer in VGA mode.
1
Click Start ! Shut Down ! Restart ! OK* to restart your computer. (* Depending on
your version and configuration of Windows, this part of the step may not be necessary.)
If your primary monitor is unusable, see your system manual for information on how to
restart your computer using a hardware control.
2
Before Windows starts, press [F8] for the Windows startup menu to appear. (If [F8]
doesn’t work, instead try pressing and holding [Ctrl] before Windows starts.)
3
Select “VGA mode”, then press [Enter].
Graphics – Main troubleshooting
This section addresses possible problems that could prevent you from using your computer.
Problem
1Cause
1Solution
2Cause
Computer doesn’t display information or boot after Matrox card is
installed
Your Matrox card may not be properly installed.
Make sure your Matrox card is properly installed. Specifically, make sure the card is firmly
inserted in its expansion slot and that all connections to it are firmly in place. For more
information, see “Hardware installation”, page 3.
There may be unsupported graphics hardware in your computer.
1Solution
If an unsupported graphics card is plugged into an expansion slot, remove it.
2Solution
If graphics hardware is built into your computer motherboard, your system may not have
automatically disabled it when you inserted your Matrox card. Check your system manual for
instructions on how to disable your computer’s built-in graphics hardware.
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3Cause
1Solution
Your computer BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) may not be up to date. For more
information on your computer BIOS, see your system manual.
Reinstall your previous graphics card and, if possible, update your computer BIOS. This can
usually be done with software from the manufacturer of your computer. Contact your system
vendor or manufacturer to get a BIOS update for your computer.
To get the correct BIOS update, you may need to know the serial number your computer
displays when it restarts. (This number is usually in the lower-left corner of the display.)
Problem
Wrong color balance, screen image off-center, or no picture at all
1Cause
Windows XP Service Pack 2 – Windows Service Pack 2 has installed a version of the Matrox
display driver that doesn’t support your Matrox product.
1Solution
You need to install a display driver that supports your Matrox product. To reinstall the display
driver, you first need to restart your computer in VGA mode (see “Restarting in VGA mode”,
page 10). While in VGA mode, install the Matrox display driver on the installation CD-ROM
provided with your product. If no CD was provided with your product, see the Matrox Web
site (www.matrox.com/graphics) to download a display driver.
2Cause
1Solution
3Cause
Your monitor video controls may be improperly set.
Adjust your monitor controls (brightness, contrast, and so on). For more information, see
your monitor manual.
Your monitor may not be properly connected.
1Solution
Make sure your monitor is properly connected to the correct connector on your Matrox
graphics card (see “Connect your dual-monitor cables”, page 6).
2Solution
Make sure the monitor power cable is firmly in place.
3Solution
Make sure the connection to the back of the monitor is firmly in place.
4Cause
If your monitor supports multiple input sources (analog/digital), it may be using the wrong
source.
1Solution
Make sure your monitor is using the correct input source. For more information on selecting
the input source for your monitor, see your monitor documentation.
2Solution
Change your connection setup to use a different input source. For more information, “”,
page 7.
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5Cause
1Solution
If display problems occur after the startup screen of your operating system, your software
monitor settings may be incorrect.
Make sure correct software monitor settings are selected.
If your primary display is still usable, see “Configure your monitor settings”, page 8.
Otherwise, see the next troubleshooting item.
Problem
1Cause
After the startup screen, or after display settings are changed, the
screen image is garbled or unusable
(blank screen, rolling or overlapping screen images)
The Matrox display driver may be trying to use settings your monitor doesn’t support.This
can happen if a monitor was never selected in the software and the display resolution was
changed to one your monitor doesn’t support, or if the monitor connected to your computer
was changed without it being changed in the software. One of your monitors may not
support the monitor settings of the main monitor.
WARNING: If incorrect software monitor settings are applied, some monitors can be
permanently damaged. For more information, see your monitor manual.
Note: In multi-display mode, all the monitors connected to your unit use the same monitor
settings. While using Windows display controls, all monitors use the settings of the main
monitor (the monitor connected to the connector #1 on your Matrox product). While
using advanced Matrox display controls, the monitor settings for your monitors are
determined by Matrox PowerDesk. Make sure you’re using monitor settings supported by
your monitors.
2Cause
1Solution
Files on your system may have been deleted or corrupted.
Uninstall, then reinstall Matrox software:
Note: Before removing software, make sure you have all the necessary files to reinstall
software that may still be needed. Also, make sure the display driver you reinstall supports
all Matrox products in your computer.
Windows 2000/XP –
1
If your primary display is currently unusable, restart your computer in safe mode or
VGA mode (see “Restarting in VGA mode”, page 10).
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To remove Matrox software:
a
Click Start ! Settings* ! Control Panel ! Add/Remove Programs (double-click*)
! Matrox Driver ! Change/Remove ! Yes. (* Depending on your version and
configuration of Windows, this part of the step may not be necessary.)
b
Click No if you’re asked to restart your computer.
c
Click Matrox PowerDesk-SE ! Change/Remove ! Yes.
3
Restart your computer.
4
After removing Matrox software, install the latest display driver for your Matrox graphics
card. You may also need to reinstall other Matrox software.
Note: Windows 2000/XP – You may need administrator rights to remove certain software.
For more information, see Windows documentation.
Graphics – Extra troubleshooting
The following are extra troubleshooting items related to graphics hardware.
Problem
Can’t use Windows, Windows reports a configuration error, and/or
can’t install or uninstall display driver
Note: Windows 2000/XP – You may need administrator rights to install certain software.
For more information, see Windows documentation.
1Cause
1Solution
2Cause
1Solution
The problem may be specific to the motherboard in your computer.
There may be a software update available for your motherboard. To find out what
motherboard model your computer is using, see your system manual. For more information,
contact the maker of your motherboard or computer. Many motherboard or computer
manufacturers have software updates available on their Web site.
Files on your system may have been deleted or corrupted.
Uninstall, then resinstall Matrox software. For more information, see page 12.
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Problem
Monitor settings aren’t automatically detected
WARNING: If incorrect software monitor settings are used, your display may become
unusable and some monitors can be permanently damaged. For more information, see
your monitor manual.
1Cause
Your monitor may not be Plug-and-Play. Most new monitors are Plug-and-Play but many
older ones aren’t. Software can’t automatically detect settings for monitors that aren’t Plugand-Play
1Solution
Manually select your monitor settings in the software. For Windows 2000/XP, see “Configure
your monitor settings”, page 8.
2Cause
If a monitor was changed or added while Windows was running, the new monitor may not
be detected by the software.
1Solution
Restart your computer. If your monitor is a Plug-and-Play (DDC) monitor,, it should be
automatically detected by the software.
Problem
Built-in network card doesn’t work after multi-monitor graphics card
is installed
1Cause
The installation of a multi-monitor graphics card may have caused your computer to
reallocate system resources.
1Solution
Try reinstalling your network drivers.
2Solution
Try moving your Matrox multi-monitor graphics card to another PCI slot in your computer.
Problem
After game for Windows 2000/XP starts, monitor doesn’t display
properly
(blank screen, rolling or overlapping screen images)
1Cause
1Solution
If your game uses a low-resolution (640 × 480 and below), full-screen display mode, your
monitor may not support the refresh rate the Matrox driver is using.
Windows 2000/XP –
1
If the game is still running in full-screen mode and your monitor is unusable, exit the
game. To do this, press [Alt]+[Tab] once, right-click the name of the game on the
Windows taskbar, then click Close.
2
Make sure the correct monitor is selected in Windows (see “Configure your monitor
settings”, page 8).
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Problem
1Cause
Using multiple displays under Windows 2000/XP, program doesn’t
work with main graphics card
Your main graphics card may not be controlling your primary display. The graphics card that
controls your primary display is the one that first displays information when you restart your
computer.
A program that doesn’t recognize multiple displays may not work with a graphics card unless
it’s controlling your primary display.
Your computer BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) and the slot type (PCI or AGP – see
“Choose a PCI slot”, page 4) of each graphics card help determine which graphics card
controls your primary display.
1Solution
If you’re having problems with a program that can be moved on your Windows desktop, run
this program on your primary display. Make sure the program window doesn’t overlap any
other display. If the program doesn’t work with the graphics card controlling your primary
display, or you want your main graphics card to control your primary display, see the other
solutions.
2Solution
Change the configuration of your computer BIOS so that the slot type of your main graphics
card has priority for becoming the primary display. For information on how to change your
computer BIOS settings, see your system manual.
If your computer BIOS doesn’t let you select which slot type has priority for becoming the
primary display, a BIOS update may be available to let you do this. (The BIOS of most
computers can be updated with software.) For a possible BIOS update for your computer,
contact your system vendor.
3Solution
If there’s a graphics controller built into the motherboard of your computer, by changing
your computer BIOS settings, you may be able to change which device controls your primary
display. For more information, see your system manual.
4Solution
If you don’t need to use the graphics card that’s controlling your primary display, remove it
from your computer. If your primary display is controlled by the motherboard of your
computer, see your system manual for information on how to disable this graphics controller.
2Cause
The program you’re using may not work properly with systems using more than one display
at a time.
1Solution
An update may be available for the program you’re using. This update may fix problems this
program has with multi-display systems. For more information, contact the software
distributor for the program you’re using.
2Solution
Windows 2000/XP – For advanced users – To use a program that doesn’t support multidisplay systems, you can disable all displays other than your primary display:
1
Restart your computer in “VGA” mode (see “Restarting in VGA mode”, page 10).
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2
Click Start ! Settings* ! Control Panel ! Performance and Maintenance* ! System
(double-click*) ! Hardware ! Device Manager. (* Depending on your version and
configuration of Windows, this part of the step may not be necessary.)
3
Click the plus sign to the left of the Display adapters.
4
For each display adapter, except for the one controlling your primary display, right-click
the name of a display adapter, then click Disable ! Yes.
Note: Your primary display can’t be disabled.
5
Restart your computer for changes to take effect.
Note: To restore display adapters, repeat steps 2–5, but click Enable in step 4.
Problem
1Cause
Not all graphics cards in the computer are fully supported
(Software doesn’t work with a certain graphics card, or another
graphics card doesn’t work at all)
If you have different models of graphics cards in your computer, your Matrox display driver
may not support all the graphics cards in your computer.
Under Windows 2000/XP, a display driver may support one or more graphics cards. If a
display driver doesn’t support a certain card, a different display driver must be used for that
card. Software that depends on a certain display driver may not work with a graphics card
that’s not using the same display driver.
Note: If your Matrox product was provided by the manufacturer of your computer, check
the Web site of that manufacturer for the latest display driver. A display driver provided by
the manufacturer of your computer is more likely to be tested with your computer model.
1Solution
If a graphics card isn’t supported, you may need to remove it. If there’s graphics hardware
built into the motherboard of your computer that’s not supported by your software, see your
system manual for information on how to disable this graphics hardware.
2Cause
Windows 2000/XP – If the Windows method for display driver installation was used (instead
of running the setup program included with your Matrox display driver), the driver may not
be installed for all the graphics cards it supports.
1Solution
Run the setup program included with the Matrox display driver. The setup program
automatically installs the display driver for each Matrox graphics card it supports.
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Problem
1Cause
1Solution
Problem
1Cause
1Solution
In multi-display mode, displays aren’t numbered consecutively
If you have more than one graphics card in your computer, the
display numbering may not be consecutive for the displays of a
multiple-display card. Display numbering depends on the types
of expansion slots used in your computer (AGP and PCI) and the BIOS settings of your
computer.
Windows 2000/XP – Move the displays in Windows.
1
Right-click your Windows desktop background, then click Properties ! Settings.
2
Select a display and move it according to the physical position of the monitor it’s
associated with.
Screen image defects appear, program doesn’t run properly, or
Windows doesn’t work properly
(example: mouse pointer not drawn properly)
Some programs may not work properly with some acceleration.
Windows 2000/XP – Disable Windows effects:
Windows 2000 –
1
Right-click your Windows desktop background, then click Properties ! Effects.
2
Disable one or more features under Visual effects.
Windows XP –
2Solution
1
Right-click your Windows desktop background, then click Properties ! Appearance !
Effects.
2
Disable one or more features.
If possible, update your Matrox display driver. Matrox makes new display drivers available on
the Matrox Web site (www.matrox.com/graphics).
Note: If your Matrox product was provided by the manufacturer of your computer, check
the Web site of that manufacturer for the latest display driver. A display driver provided by
the manufacturer of your computer is more likely to be tested with your computer model.
3Solution
Windows 2000/XP – Disable Matrox hardware acceleration:
1
Right-click your Windows desktop background, then click Properties ! Settings !
Advanced ! Troubleshooting (or Troubleshoot).
2
Move the Hardware acceleration slider to None.
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Click OK ! OK to accept the changes.
Note: If you identify a program that doesn’t work well with Matrox acceleration, please
contact Matrox technical support (see page 28) and describe the problem. This
information may help us come up with a fix or work-around in a future driver release.
Problem
1Cause
1Solution
2Cause
1Solution
3Cause
1Solution
Program window or dialog box doesn’t appear on screen
Another window or dialog box may be covering the window or dialog box you want to see.
Move, close, or minimize any window or dialog box that may be covering the window or
dialog box you want to see.
If you’re using multi-display mode, the program window or dialog box may be in a display
or on a monitor that’s unusable. (For example, your monitor may not be properly connected
or configured.)
Make sure all the displays and monitors you want to use are usable. For more information,
see other troubleshooting items in this guide.
The software may be using a display you didn’t intend to use or the software may be
configured to use more displays than the actual number of monitors you have.
Windows 2000/XP – Disable the display:
1
2
Right-click your Windows desktop background, then click Properties ! Settings.
Select the display you want to disable, then clear the Extend my Windows desktop onto
this monitor check box.
4Cause
The program window or dialog box may be somewhere off-screen.
1Solution
If the program window you want to see is named on the Windows taskbar, right-click on it
and select Maximize. (If you click Restore the program window goes back to its previous
position. To fix this problem, see the other solutions.)
2Solution
Manually move the program window or dialog box:
1
Press [Alt]+[Space].
2
If you see a pop-up menu, click Move. If you don’t see a pop-up menu, press [M] (for
Move).
3
Press on one of the arrow keys once and move your mouse pointer to where you want the
window or dialog box to appear, then click. The program window or dialog box should
appear where you clicked.
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3Solution
Windows 2000/XP –
1
Click the Matrox PowerDesk icon (
Management.
2
Enable one or more of the following features:
3
) on your Windows taskbar, then click Desktop
"
Open program windows
"
Center dialog boxes and message boxes
Choose where you want the program window or dialog box to appear.
For more information, see Matrox PowerDesk help.
Problem
Display on digital monitor appears blurry or uses only a portion of the
screen
1Cause
You may be using a lower display resolution than what your digital monitor supports. If your
monitor supports display scaling, the image on your screen may appear blurry. If display
scaling isn’t supported, the display may use only a portion of your screen.
1Solution
Select the highest display resolution available. This generally results in better image quality.
Problem
Can’t select one or more display resolutions supported by your
monitor
1Cause
Windows 2000/XP – Windows may be disabling display resolutions that it can’t detect as
supported by your monitor.
1Solution
Install the latest monitor software from your monitor manufacturer.
2Solution
Change Windows monitor settings:
3Solution
1
Right-click your Windows desktop background, then click Properties ! Settings.
2
If you’re using a multi-display desktop, select a display.
3
Click Advanced ! Monitor, disable Hide modes that this monitor cannot display, then
click OK ! OK.
For advanced users – Use advanced Matrox display controls to change your display settings.
Use Matrox PowerRes to enable all the display modes supported by your monitor. For more
information on the display modes supported by your monitor, see its documentation.
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Video
The following troubleshooting items address problems related to video files.
Problem
Video file playback is jerky (skipping frames)
Note: Jerky video file playback may be the result of slow playback or recording. Slow
recording causes frames to be dropped (frames aren’t recorded). If jerky video is caused by
frames that were dropped during recording, the problem can only be fixed by recapturing
the video under better conditions.
1Cause
1Solution
Your hard disk may be too slow.
Try defragmenting your hard disk.
Windows 2000/XP – To defragment a hard disk, click Start ! Programs (or All Programs) !
Accessories ! System Tools ! Disk Defragmenter.
2Solution
If possible, try using a faster disk.
Tip: If your computer has more than one hard disk, you may get better results if you play
back or capture video files with a disk other than the one where the Windows swap file is
stored. The Windows swap file is usually stored on drive “C:”.
3Solution
Make sure the drive you’re using (a hard disk or DVD drive) is using DMA (if your drive
supports DMA transfers). To use DMA:
WARNING: Not all drives support DMA well. For more information, see the
documentation that came with your hard disk.
Windows 2000/XP –
1
Click Start ! Settings* ! Control Panel ! Performance and Maintenance* ! System
(double-click*) ! Hardware ! Device Manager. (* Depending on your version and
configuration of Windows, this part of the step may not be necessary.)
2
Double-click the IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers list item to expand it, then double-click the
name of the appropriate controller.
3
Change each Transfer Mode setting to “DMA if available”.
4
Click OK to accept the changes.
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2Cause
1Solution
3Cause
1Solution
Too many programs may be running (using up computer resources).
Close other programs, including memory-resident programs like System Agent.
Your display settings may be too high. As a result, video file playback may not be fully
supported by your Matrox hardware.
Try lowering your display settings (resolution, color palette, and/or refresh rate).
Windows 2000/XP – To access display settings, right-click your Windows desktop
background, then click Properties ! Settings.
Problem
1Cause
1Solution
Problem
1Cause
1Solution
Mouse pointer flickers or disappears when it’s over a video window
You may be using a customized mouse pointer. Windows draws customized mouse pointers
in a way that may cause them to flicker or disappear while they’re over a video window.
Windows 2000/XP – Use default Windows mouse pointers:
1
Click Start ! Settings* ! Control Panel ! Printers and Other Hardware* ! Mouse
(double-click*). (* Depending on your version and configuration of Windows, this part
of the step may not be necessary.)
2
Click the Pointers tab.
3
In the Scheme box, select (or reselect) “(None)”, then click OK.
Can’t view video
Your display settings may be too high.
Try lowering your display settings (resolution, color palette, and/or refresh rate).
Windows 2000/XP – To access display settings, right-click your Windows desktop
background, then click Properties ! Settings.
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Sound
The following troubleshooting items address problems related to the audio output of your computer.
Problem
Sound doesn’t record, video files play back with no sound, or sound
output is distorted or too loud
1Cause
If the sound problem is with a particular device (for example, TV or speaker), the volume
control on the device itself may need adjusting.
1Solution
2Cause
1Solution
3Cause
1Solution
Adjust the volume control on the device itself.
Audio cables may be loose or incorrectly wired.
Make sure your audio cables are properly connected.
Windows audio settings may be incorrect. Specifically, input or output may be disabled, or
volume levels may be too low or too high.
Windows 2000/XP – Make sure your Windows audio settings are correct:
1
Double-click the speaker icon (
or
) on the Windows taskbar.
If you don’t see the speaker icon:
Windows 2000 –
a
Click Start ! Settings ! Control Panel.
b
Double-click the Multimedia or Sounds and Multimedia icon.
c
Enable the “Show volume control on the taskbar” check box.
d
Click OK.
e
Double-click the speaker icon on the taskbar.
Windows XP –
a
Click Start ! Settings* ! Control Panel ! Sound, Speech, and Audio Devices* !
Sounds and Audio Devices. (* Depending on your configuration of Windows, this
part of the step may not be necessary.)
b
Enable the “Place volume icon in the taskbar” check box.
c
Click OK.
d
Double-click the speaker icon on the taskbar.
2
Click Options ! Properties.
3
Click the Recording button, enable all check boxes in the list box, then click OK.
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4
For the Line In and/or Microphone controls, make sure the Volume slider
levels are okay (if you’re not sure, try half level), and the appropriate Select
check box is enabled.
5
Click Options ! Properties.
6
Click the Playback button, enable all check boxes in the list box, then click
OK.
7
For the Master, Line, and/or Wave controls, make sure the Volume sliders are at onequarter to one-half levels (if you’re not sure, try half level), and the Mute check boxes are
cleared.
8
Close the dialog box.
Note: Depending on your sound driver, certain labels may be different. For example,
Line In may be labeled Line.
4Cause
1Solution
The problem may be specific to the audio hardware of your computer.
For more information, see the documentation for the audio hardware of your computer.
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Display information
#
Your Matrox graphics card is 100% VGA compatible and supports all VESA standards:
VBE 2.0 (Super VGA modes), DPMS (energy saving), and DDC-2B (Plug-and-Play
monitor).
#
To get the most of your Matrox product, we recommend using the highest color palette
setting (a 32-bit color palette) for all your displays.
#
OpenGL and 3D acceleration are only available with a 16- or 32-bit color palette.
#
The display resolutions and refresh rates available depend on your Matrox graphics card,
display driver, software monitor settings, and monitor. For information on the
capabilities of your monitor, see your monitor documentation.
#
While using 4 displays at a time, your Matrox graphics card supports display resolutions
up to 1600 × 1200 (standard mode) for each display and 1680 × 1050 (wide screen mode)
for each display with a vertical refresh rate up to 60 Hz.
#
If you’re using multiple monitors, your Matrox hardware uses the same display
resolution and monitor settings for all your devices.
#
Edge feathering isn’t supported with your Matrox product. Edge feathering reduces the
brightness in overlapping regions. Without this compensation, a combined display may
appear brighter where displays overlap. Edge feathering is available with certain
projectors and dedicated external edge-blending hardware.
Supported VESA modes (main display)
In the table below, VESA modes supported by your Matrox graphics card are indicated by a
VESA mode number. Many Super VGA DOS programs use VESA modes.
Display
resolution
16 colors
640 × 400
—
100
—
—
—
640 × 480
(VGA)
101
110
111
112
800 × 600
102
103
113
114
115
1024 × 768
—
105
116
117
118
256 colors 32 K colors 64 K colors 16 M colors
1280 × 1024
—
107
119
11A
11B
1600 × 1200
—
11C
11D
11E
11F
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Rows
Columns
25
43
50
60
80
—
—
—
108
132
109
10A
10B
10C
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Hardware information
Features
Matrox PJ-4OLP
Digital monitor support
DVI
Memory
Card type
256 MB
PCI (64-bit, 66 MHz)
Form factor
ATX
# of projectors or computer monitors
supported
4
# of dual-monitor cables
2
# of DVI-to-HD15 adapters
4
Connectors
2 × LFH-60
Environmental specifications
#
Minimum/maximum ambient operating temperatures: 0 to 55 °C
#
Minimum/maximum storage temperature: -40 to 75 °C
#
Maximum altitude for operation: 3,000 meters
#
Maximum altitude for transport: 12,000 meters
#
Operating humidity: 20 to 80% relative humidity (non-condensing)
#
Storage humidity: 5 to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
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Maximum card dimensions
≤ 0.750 in. / ≤ 1.91 cm
7.50 in. / 19.05 cm
4.20 in. / 10.67 cm
0.325 in. / 0.84 cm
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Customer support
Matrox Web
Matrox is on the Internet with a World Wide Web (WWW) site. Our Web site has product literature,
press releases, technical material, a sales office list, trade show information, and other relevant
material.
#
Visit the Matrox Graphics Web site at www.matrox.com/graphics.
#
E-mail questions or comments regarding the site to webmaster@matrox.com.
If you have a problem
Matrox values your business and offers professional support for your Matrox product. For product
support, contact your Matrox representative or visit our technical support Web site at
www.matrox.com/graphics/support/.
Information we need
Please give a complete description of the problem, and include:
#
Matrox card serial number, model number, revision number, BIOS number, driver type
and version, and memory address at which the Matrox card is installed.
#
Computer brand and model name.
#
Monitor brand and model name.
#
Operating system, version, and service pack.
#
Brand and model of any other cards and devices installed on your system.
Program specific problems
If a problem appears with a specific program, please give us the following information:
#
Display settings (color palette, display resolution, and so on) applied when the problem
occurs.
#
If possible, take note of the file and segment address that caused the problem.
#
Detailed steps known to cause the bug, so we can reproduce it.
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Where to get information
For system information:
#
Windows 2000 – Right-click the My Computer icon on your Windows desktop
background, then click Properties.
#
Windows 2000/XP – Click Start ! Programs (or All programs) ! Accessories !
System Tools ! System Information.
#
Windows XP – Click Start ! Settings* ! Control Panel ! Performance and
Maintenance* ! System (double-click*). (* Depending on your configuration of
Windows, this part of the step may not be necessary.)
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Warranty
A. Limited Warranty Statement
1. Matrox Graphics Inc. (“Matrox”) warrants to the end-user customer, who provides adequate proof of purchase that
Matrox hardware products purchased from Matrox authorized dealers will be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of 3 years from the date of purchase. This warranty applies only to the original end-user
purchaser and is non-transferable. Conditions and limitations of Matrox’s warranty are stated below.
2. Matrox’s limited warranty covers only those defects which arise as a result of normal use of the hardware and does
not apply to any:
a. improper or inadequate maintenance;
b. incompatibilities due to the user’s hardware or software applications with or in which the Matrox product
interfaces;
c. product of a special or custom-made nature;
d. unauthorized modification or misuse;
e. improper installation, misapplication or negligence;
f. operation outside the product’s environmental specifications;
g. improper site preparation or maintenance;
h. software;
i. other causes that do not relate to a product defect;
j. defects or damage suffered as a result of force majeure (including theft);
k. defects or damage suffered as a result of normal wear and tear, and/or
l. stolen goods.
3. If Matrox receives, during the applicable warranty period, notice of a defect in a warranted hardware product and the
defective Matrox product in question, Matrox shall at its sole option, either repair or replace the product, and shall
return the repaired product or a replacement product within a reasonable delay. The replacement product may not be
new, provided that it has functionality at least equal to that of the product being replaced.
4. This warranty is valid in any country where Matrox hardware products are distributed by Matrox or its authorized
dealers.
5. This Limited Warranty Statement gives the customer specific legal rights. The customer may also have other rights
which vary from state to state in the United States, from province to province in Canada, and from country to country
elsewhere in the world.
B. Limitations of Warranty
1. NEITHER MATROX NOR ANY OF ITS THIRD PARTY SUPPLIERS MAKES ANY OTHER WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO MATROX PRODUCTS. MATROX SPECIFICALLY
DISCLAIMS (and the customer, by accepting the Matrox product, specifically accepts such disclaimer and waives)
ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR OR INTENDED PURPOSE OR USE AND
THE WARRANTY AGAINST LATENT DEFECTS, WITH RESPECT TO THE HARDWARE AND/OR SOFTWARE.
MATROX FURTHER DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY THAT MATROX PRODUCTS, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WILL BE
FREE FROM INFRINGEMENT OF ANY THIRD PARTY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OR PROPRIETARY RIGHTS.
2. To the extent that this Limited Warranty Statement is inconsistent with the law of the locality where the customer
purchases the Matrox product, this Limited Warranty Statement shall be deemed modified to be consistent with such
local law. Under such local law, certain limitations of this Limited Warranty Statement may not apply to the consumer.
3. To the extent allowed by local law, the remedies provided in this Limited Warranty Statement are the customer’s sole
and exclusive remedies.
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C. Limitations of Liability
1. EXCEPT FOR THE OBLIGATIONS SPECIFICALLY SET FORTH IN THE LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT, IN NO
EVENT SHALL MATROX BE LIABLE FOR:
a. any direct, indirect, special, incidental, consequential, foreseeable or unforeseeable, or punitive damages, whether based on
contract, tort, delict or any other legal theory and whether advised of the possibility of such damages, and/or
b. damages arising from the loss of use, data, production revenue and/or profit of in connection with the Matrox
product or any business interruption.
2. Without prejudice to the foregoing, any liability of Matrox for any breach of warranty shall be limited to the amount
paid by the customer for the defective hardware in question.
3. To the extent allowed by local law, Matrox’s entire liability and the customer’s exclusive remedy shall be the repair or
replacement of any defective product during the warranty period. Matrox does not offer any other warranty with
respect to Matrox hardware or software or any other hardware or software.
4. Customer shall be responsible for all applicable taxes, duties and customs fees on any replacement unit, as well as
all transport, insurance, storage and other charges incurred on all returned products.
D. Obtaining Service
1. Verify that your Matrox product was installed and configured according to the information in its accompanying
documentation.
2. Read the “Troubleshooting” information included with the Matrox product to see if you can solve the problem yourself.
3. If you are still experiencing difficulties, please contact your dealer where you purchased your Matrox product.
4. If you must return a Matrox product, leave the configuration as it was when you were using it, and leave all
identification stickers on the product. Pack the product in its original box and return to your Matrox dealer where the
product was purchased, together with your proof of purchase. Your Matrox dealer will return the product for you.
Alternatively, if this first option is unavailable to you, you may contact the Matrox Technical Support group who will
issue an Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number, upon receipt of adequate proof of purchase, and inform
you of shipping instructions. DO NOT RETURN THE PRODUCT TO MATROX WITHOUT MATROX’S RMA NUMBER
AND EXPRESS AUTHORIZATION.
E. General
This limited warranty shall be governed by the laws of the Province of Quebec, Canada and the federal laws of Canada
applicable therein and the courts of the Province of Quebec shall have exclusive jurisdiction to hear and decide any
dispute instituted by the customer in connection with this limited warranty; the customer waives, by accepting the
product, its rights to institute proceedings in connection with this warranty against Matrox in any jurisdiction other than
Quebec.
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Software license agreement
Single User Products This Matrox software (the “Software”) is copyrighted by Matrox Graphics Inc. All rights are
reserved. The purchaser is granted a license to use the software only, subject to the following restrictions and limitations:
1. The license is for the original purchaser only, and is not transferable without written permission of Matrox.
2. The original purchaser may use the Software on a single computer owned or leased by the original purchaser. You
may not use the Software on more than a single computer, even if you own or lease more than one computer, without
written consent of Matrox.
3. The original purchaser may make back-up copies of the Software for his or her own use only, subject to the use
limitations of this license.
4. The original purchaser may not engage in, nor permit third parties to engage in, any of the following:
•
Providing or disclosing the Software to third parties.
•
Providing use of the Software in a computer service business, network, time-sharing, multiple CPU or multi-user
arrangement to users who are not individually licensed by Matrox.
•
•
Making alterations or copies of any kind in the Software (except as specifically permitted above).
Attempting to unassemble, de-compile or reverse engineer the Software in any way.
•
•
Granting sublicenses, leases, or other rights in the Software to others.
Making copies, or verbal or media translations, of the user’s guide.
•
Making telecommunication data transmissions of the Software.
Matrox reserves the right to terminate this license if there is a violation of its term or default by the Original Purchaser.
Upon termination, for any reason, all copies of the Software must be immediately returned to Matrox, and the Original
Purchaser shall be liable to Matrox for any and all damages suffered as a result of the violation or default.
Limited warranty
Matrox warrants to you, for a period of 90 days normal use from your date of purchase, that:
1. The CD/disks on which the software is furnished and the documentation are not defective.
2. The Software is properly recorded upon the CD/disks included.
3. The documentation is substantially complete and contains all the information Matrox deems necessary to use the
software.
4. The Software functions substantially as described in the documentation.
Matrox’s entire liability and your exclusive remedy shall be the replacement of any CD/Disks or documentation not
meeting these warranties, which is returned to Matrox or an authorized dealer, together with a copy of your paid receipt.
The above is the only warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including, but not limited to the implied warranties
of merchantability and fitness for a particular use that is made by Matrox on this Licensed Software. In no event shall
Matrox be liable to you or to any third party for consequential, special, indirect or incidental damages which you may
incur as a result of using the licensed software, including, but not limited to, loss of data, or information of any kind which
you may experience.
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Index
B
BIOS
11, 15
C
Connector
DVI 7
HD-15 7
LFH-60 6
S
Hardware
Acceleration 17
Information 2, 26–27
Installation 3–7
Software
License agreement
Setup 8–9, 14
Sound
Troubleshooting
32
22–23
I
Customer support
28–29
D
Display information
24
Installation
Hardware 3–7
Overview 2
M
Monitor
Settings
E
Edge overlap
H
11–12, 14
17
Multi-display mode
9
Troubleshooting 10–23
Extra 13–21
Graphics 10–18
Sound 22–23
Video 20–21
V
VESA
Expansion slots 10
Information 4
VGA
P
PCI
20–21
9
Primary display
10–18
24
24
Video
Troubleshooting
4
PowerDesk
G
Graphics
Troubleshooting
T
15
W
3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 12, 14, 20
30–31
Web, Matrox 28
Warning
Warranty
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Thank you for choosing Matrox
Please register online (http://www.matrox.com/graphics/registration) to be eligible
for customer support, new product announcements, and information on special offers
and upcoming events.
USA
FCC Compliance Statement
Remark for the Matrox hardware products supported by this guide This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.
WARNING Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for the compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. The use of shielded cables for connection of the monitor to
the card is required to meet FCC requirements.
CANADA
(English) Industry Canada Compliance Statement
Remark for the Matrox hardware products supported by this guide These digital apparatus does not exceed the
Class A limits for radio noise emission from digital devices set out in the Radio Interference Regulation of Industry
Canada.
(Français) Conformité avec les exigences du ministère de l’Industrie Canada
Remarque sur les produits matériels Matrox couverts par ce guide Ce present appareil numérique n’émet aucun
bruit radioélectrique dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de Classe A prescrites dans le
Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par Industrie Canada.
JAPAN
VCCI Compliance Statement
Remark for the Matrox hardware products supported by this guide This is a Class A product based on the
standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this
equipment is used in a domestic environment, radio disturbance may occur, in which case, the user may be required to
take corrective actions.
EUROPE
(English) European user’s information – Declaration of Conformity
Remark for the Matrox hardware products supported by this guide These devices comply with EC
Directive 89/336/EEC for a Class A digital device. They have been tested and found to comply with
EN55022/CISPR22 and EN55024/CISPR24. In a domestic environment these products may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. To meet EC requirements, shielded cables must be
used to connect the monitor and other peripherals to the card. These products have been tested in a typical class A
compliant host system. It is assumed that these products will also achieve compliance in any class A compliant system.
(Français) Informations aux utilisateurs Européens – Déclaration de conformité
Remarque sur les produits matériels Matrox couverts par ce guide Ces unités sont conformes à la directive
communautaire 89/336/EEC pour les unités numériques de classe A. Les tests effectués ont prouvé qu’elles sont
conformes aux normes EN55022/CISPR22 et EN55024/CISPR24. Le fonctionnement de ces produits dans un
environnement résidentiel peut causer des interférences radio, dans ce cas l’utilisateur peut être amené à prendre les
mesures appropriées. Pour respecter les impératifs communautaires, les câbles de connexion entre le moniteur ou
autres périphériques et la carte doivent être blindés. Ces produits ont été testés dans un système hôte typique
compatible classe A. On suppose qu’ils présenteront la même compatibilité dans tout système compatible classe A.
(Deutsch) Information für europäische Anwender – Konformitätserklärung
Anmerkung für die Matrox Hardware-Produktunterstützung durch dieses Handbuch Diese Geräte entsprechen
EC Direktive 89/336/EEC für ein digitales Gerät Klasse A. Sie wurden getestet und entsprechen demnach
EN55022/CISPR22 und EN55024/CISPR24. In einer Wohnumgebung können diese Produkte Funkinterferenzen
erzeugen, und der Benutzer kann genötigt sein, entsprechende Maßnahmen zu ergreifen. Um EG-Anforderungen zu
entsprechen, müssen zum Anschließen des Monitors und anderer Peripheriegeräte an die Karte abgeschirmte Kabel
verwendet werden. Diese Produkt wurden in einem typischen, der Klasse A entsprechenden, Host-System getestet. Es
wird davon ausgegangen, daß diese Produkte auch in jedem Klasse A entsprechenden System entsprechend
funktionieren.
(Italiano) Informazioni per gli utenti europei – Dichiarazione di conformità
Nota per i prodotti hardware Matrox supportati da questa guida Questi dispositivi sono conformi alla direttiva
CEE 89/336/EEC relativamente ai dispositivi digitali di Classe A. Sono stati provati e sono risultati conformi alle norme
EN55022/CISPR22 e EN55024/CISPR24. In un ambiente domestico, questi prodotti possono causare radiointerferenze,
nel qual caso all’utente potrebbe venire richiesto di prendere le misure adeguate. Per soddisfare i requisiti CEE, il monitor
e le altre periferiche vanno collegati alla scheda grafica con cavi schermati. Questi prodotti sono stati provati in un tipico
sistema host conforme alla classe A. Inoltre, si dà per scontato che questi prodotti acquisiranno la conformità in qualsiasi
sistema conforme alla classe A.
(Español) Información para usuarios europeos – Declaración de conformidad
Observación referente a los productos de hardware de Matrox apoyados por este manual Estos dispositivos
cumplen con la directiva de la CE 89/336/EEC para dispositivos digitales de Clase A. Dichos dispositivos han sido
sometidos a prueba y se ha comprobado que cumplen con las normas EN55022/CISPR22 y EN55024/CISPR24. En
entornos residenciales, estos productos pueden causar interferencias en las comunicaciones por radio; en tal caso el
usuario deberá adoptar las medidas adecuadas. Para satisfacer las disposiciones de la CE, deberán utilizarse cables
apantallados para conectar el monitor y demás periféricos a la tarjeta. Estos productos han sido sometidos a prueba en
un típico sistema anfitrión que responde a los requisitos de la clase A. Se supone que estos productos cumplirán
también con las normas en cualquier sistema que responda a los requisitos de la clase A.
EUROPE
(English) European user’s information – Directive on Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
Please refer to the Matrox Web site (www.matrox.com/environment/weee) for recycling information.
(Français) Informations aux utilisateurs Européens – Règlementation des
déchets d’équipements électriques et électroniques (DEEE)
Se référer au site Web de Matrox (www.matrox.com/environment/weee) pour l’information concernant le recyclage.
(Deutsch) Information für europäische Anwender – Europäische Regelungen zu Elektround Elektronikaltgeräten (WEEE)
Bitte wenden Sie sich an der Matrox-Website (www.matrox.com/environment/weee) für Recycling-Informationen.
(Italiano) Informazioni per gli utenti europei – Direttiva sui rifiuti di apparecchiature
elettriche ed elettroniche (RAEE)
Si prega di riferirsi al sito Web Matrox (www.matrox.com/environment/weee) per le informazioni di riciclaggio.
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