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TTable of Conte
ents Displlay Positions ............................................................................................................. 19 Contentts Setting the Display to M
Mirror / Extend mo
ode ............................................................... 20 nging the Main Dispplay ............................................................................................ 20 Chan
Product Overview .............................................................................. 1 Package Co
ontents ........................................................................................................... 1 Features ........................................................................................................................... 1 Configuring Display fro m the Menu Bar ........................................................................ 21 Verify Driver Installattion .................................................................. 21 For W
Windows ................................................................................................................... 21 Product Hardware Features ............................................................................................ 2 For M
Mac ........................................................................................................................... 22 Connection ................................................................................................................. 2 n Diagram ...................................................................................................... 2 Application
Uninsttall the Adapterr and Driver ..................................................... 23 For W
Windows ................................................................................................................... 23 Installation ........................................................................................ 4 For M
Mac ........................................................................................................................... 23 For Window
ws XP/ Windows Vista/ Windows
 7...................................................... 4 Connected to the adapter aand monitor ..................................................................... 6 Technical Specificatioons ................................................................... 25 For Mac OSS 10.4~10.7 ..................................................................................................... 8 Troubleshooting ................................................................................ 26 Configuratio
on .................................................................................. 11 Limite
ed Warranty .............................................................................. 27 For Window
ws ................................................................................................................. 1
11 Display P
Properties .................................................................................................... 1
11 Display M
Modes .......................................................................................................... 1
11 Extend
d Your Windows De
esktop to Add‐on M
Monitor (Default) .............................. 1
11 Mirrorr Your Windows De
esktop ............................................................................. 1
13 Be the Primary Monitor ........................................................................................... 1
14 14 Adjusting Resolution, Color Depth and Refrresh Rate ........................................... 1
Standb
by and Hibernate, SShut Down and Resstart .................................................. 1
17 Discon
nnecting the Adapter .................................................................................... 1
18 Using D
Dual Adapters .............................................................................................. 1
18 For Mac .......................................................................................................................... 1
19 Managin
ng Multiple Displayys ..................................................................................... 1
19 Setting tthe Display Resoluttions and Rotation .......................................................... 1
19 Setting tthe Position of Disp
plays ................................................................................ 1
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DVIV Featu
ures Product Overview The USB
B to DVI / VGA Addapter uses a USB port on your computer to connect tto a high definitio
on DVI or VGA moonitor. Connect yo
our desktop or lap
ptop to a DVI mon
nitor and experience the visual im
mpact of 32‐bit Tru
ue Color Depth teechnology and a sparkling s
he USB 2.0 cable into your megapixel high definitionn image. Install thee driver and plug th
oft Windows deskttop or laptop comp
puter. The adapter can plug into a LCD or CRT Microso
monitor that has a free V
VGA or DVI port. SStandard or wide screen viewing mo
odes are o 7 monitors or dissplay a single view
wing field supportted. Clone your moonitor image onto
over mu
ultiple screens. 
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TU2‐DVIV
V Contents Package C
The package includes: 
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TU2‐DVIV Quick Installation Guide CD‐ROM (Utilitty & Drivers) DVI to VGA Adapter USB Cable (45 cm / 18 in.) Experience high ddefinition 2.1 megaapixel image qualitty Clone or divide a single viewing field over multiple scrreens Display images inn standard or wide screen viewing mo
odes Enhance visual im
mpact with 32‐bit TTrue Color Depth teechnology please contact the rretail store, online If any packagee contents are misssing or damaged, p
retailer, or resseller/distributor th
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DVIV Product H
Hardware Features Connecction ue when using multiple monitors. Another System performance is aan important issu
omputer resource;; ensuring users ge
et quality benefit of this adapter is tthat it uses little co
display without comprisinng computer perforrmance. VGA or DVI m
monitor
Com
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DVIV Applicatio
on Diagram Officee workstation  View your large spreadsheets acro
oss two screens witth display continuitty  Multitask more effectively without overlapping wind
dows  Edit on one scre
een while surfing th
he Internet informaation on the other
On th
he road  Do multiple scre
een presentations w
without bringing another computer
 Easily provide m
multiple screen exhibitions in a trade sshow Graphics workstation  Use second disp
play for palettes/to
ools  Get a panoramic view of large doccuments ng workstation Editin
 Type documents on one screen wh
hile viewing reference material on the other  Compare two do
ocuments simultan
neously across two
o screens Finan
ncial analysis  Have one monittor per data stream
m  View charts and
d live data at the saame time Enterrtainment  View videos/TV on one screen and
d reviews on the otther  Get additional p
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DVIV Installatiion For Windo
ows XP/ Wiindows Vista
/ Windows
 7 Connect the aadapter first and then follow the procedures below to in
nstall the driver. n attempting to install a If yyou encounter a Usser Account Control dialog box when
pro
ogram, enter an addministrator passw
word or click Allow//Yes to start the insstallation. 1.
3.
Pllease wait while too lunch the Copyingg…for driver installl. Connectt the smaller end o
of the USB cable to the adapter. Then connect the otherr end of the USB cable to an
n USB 2.0 port on yyour computer. 2.
The insttaller program will run automatically w
when the adapter is connected, and you mayy see the AutoPlayy screen prompted as below. Please click on Run Setup.exxe to execute the iinstaller program. 4.
W
When you see the LLicense Agreementt screen prompted as below, please cclick on I Accept to install thee software for USB display adapter...
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ote: If p
prompted to restarrt your computer, cclick Yes to restart or No to manually restart latter. Note that a rebboot is always need
ded for a successfu
ul installation. 6.
Affter installation is ccompleted, you will see the DisplayLiink Manager Icon in syystem tray that loooks like a monitor aas below. Click on tthe icon to bring up
p the 
m
menu for Windows
XP and Windows Vista. ‐ Exxtend Mode: The sccreen is part of tthe extended deskktop. ‐Miirror Mode: The screen copies thee contents of the primary screen. ‐Offf Mode: The screen
n is black. ‐Sett as Main Monitorr: The screen is tthe primary screen. ‐No
otebook monitor o
off: The 5.
Notebook screen is black and the Please w
wait while Window
ws configures Displa
ayLink Core Softwa
are. Your screens may tem
mporarily go black o
or flash during thiss process. DissplayLink screen is the primary scrreen. © Copyright 2
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e available in Wind
dows 7: dialog box. Moreover, add
Orientattion (Portrait, landscape, rotated porrtrait, rotated landsscape) Conneccted to the adapterr and monitor If your m
monitor is not yet cconnected to the aadapter, make the cconnection and power on your mo
onitor. 
For VGA model: U
Use a VGA cable (n
not provided) to co
onnect the VGA jack to a monitor equippeed with VGA input jjack. To contrrol the behavior of f an attached DisplaayLink device (or sccreen), it is possible to use W
Windows Key+P to display a menu (an
nd cycle through it)) to allow: Disconneect Projector, Dupllicate, Extend, Projjector Only. 
*Actual strings depend on
n your operation syystem. These screen
n shots are from Window
ws 7, Windows Vissta and Windowss XP; it might varyy slightly for each For DVI model: TThe equipped DVI‐I (DVI‐Integrated) cconnector transmits both o the digital and annalog signals. This m
means it supports either of these two
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It can be cconnected to a DVI‐D (digital) monito
or using a DVI cable
e (not provided) ‐
Or, it can be connected to an
n analog VGA monitor using the DVI‐I to VGA adaptter and a VGA cable
e (not provided). provided D
For Win
ndows Vista, if thhe add‐on monitor is blank, please reeboot your system again. If requirred, you can conneect and disconnect the add‐on monito
or any time withou
ut disconn
necting the adapterr from the USB porrt on your computeer. To chan
nge the display modde, see next chapteer for instructions.

During the installation, it’s no
ormal that the screeen flicks black a co
ouple of times. 
Sometimess it takes time for the add‐on monitorr to show the video
o. 
Afterr you connect the aadapter, Windows will automatically complete the installation. 
Oncee the installation is done, an extended
d screen will appeaar on the add‐on moniitor. © Copyright 2
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DVIV For Mac O
OS 10.4~10.7 Note: Do not cconnect the adapteer to your computeer before the driverr installation. Follow the pro
ocedures below to install the driver and then connect th
he adapter: 1.
Inssert the provided d
driver CD into your CD‐ROM drive. Do
ouble‐click the CD an
nd navigate to the d
directory of \Drive
er\Mac_OSX10.4_1
10.7. 2.
4..
When the folloowing Window app
pears, please click C
Continue to install the driver. pleease double‐click D
DisplayLink Installe
er 1.7b4.dmg to mo
ount the driver insstaller image. 3.
Pleease double‐click D
DisplayLink Softwa
are Installer.pkg to
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7 Click Agree to ccontinue the installation . 7.
Clicck Continue to install this software. 6.
Pleease click Continue
e after reading Software License Agre
eement. 8 Select a Destinaation volume to insstall the driver and click Continue. . 8.
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DVIV 9.
1 After the instal lation, please clickk Restart. 12.
Clicck Install to perforrm a standard instaallation of this softw
ware 10. Typ
pe your password to allow Installer to
o make changes. An
nd click Install Sofftware to start the
e installation. 1 When finished,, the installation sccreen will disappeaar and it will return to your 13.
desktop. 1 Connect the TU
14.
U2‐DVIV Adapter to
o your computer and monitor. 11. Clickk Continue installa
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DVIV Configurration Manuall Setting For Windo
ows Position
n the mouse anyw
where on your com
mputer desktop, rigght‐click and select Screen Resoluttion on Windows 7, Personalize >> Display Settings on Vista or Prop
perties > Settings on Windows XPP. Display Propeerties Display Propeerties allows you to configuration th
he display mode, color c
quality, scree
en resolution, and physical arrangement of your moniitors. Displayy Modes monitor attached o
on the adapter. The
e add‐on There aare several ways yoou can utilize the m
monitorr can be configureed to use either ““mirror mode”, “exxtended mode” or be the primaryy display as describbed in this section. Easy Setting Extend Your Windows Dessktop to Add‐on M
Monitor (Default) In this so‐called “extendded mode”, yourr display will be spread over the add‐on monitorr(s). This mode al lows you to perfo
orm multiple taskss more effectively without overlapping windows. Easy Settting Click on the DisplayLink Devicce icon and selectt Advanced to co
onfiguration Displa
ay Properties as above or manuallyy setting as below d
description. On Windows 7, the DisplayLink Device icon will be hidden. Please click the arrow siggn and right clickk the DisplayLink Device icon to select Advanced. © Copyright 2
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DVIV Click on the DisplayLink Devicce icon and selectt Exchange or Exttend to Right; Lefft; Above; Below
w to configuration
n the setting as above, a
or manually setting as belo
ow description. Manuall Setting Extendeed mode is the deffault setting. To seet up the adapter tto use or restore e
extended mode, ffollow these steps:: Note: The full DisplayLink User In
nterface as above iis not supported on
n Windows 7. 1.
Displays C
Configuration on W
Windows 7 should b
be carried out using the improved Position the mousse anywhere on yo
our computer deskktop, right‐click an
nd select Screen Resolutionn on Windows 7, Personalize > Display Settings on W
Windows Vista or Propertiees > Settings on W
Windows XP. Windows Display Properties dialog box (figure1
1), and using the W
Windows‐P key 2.
combinatiion (figure2). In the Display dropp‐down menu, seleect the option with
h the string “Displa
ayLink Grraphics Adapter”.
3.
Check the Multiplee Displays> Extend
d these displays on
n Windows 7, Exte
end the dessktop onto this moonitor box on Wind
dows Vista or Extend my Windows desktop 
o
onto this monitor b
box on Windows X
XP. Figure 1 4.
Drag the icons in tthe window at the top of the screen tto match the physical arrangement of youur primary monitorr and add‐on monittor. d‐on monitor connnected to the adapter may be identtified as either "2"" or “3”, The add
nnected. depend
ding on your compuuter, although therre may not be a tottal of 3 screens con
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oving your mousee to try or unplug the adappter first to restoree the cursor. c.
Video and DVD Playback i n Extened Mode On Win
ndows Vista with extended mode, it’s suggested thaat you run video or DVD playbacck programs on yoour primary monito
or instead of the add‐on monitor to
o ensure a.
the playyback performancee. b.
Mirror YYour Windows Dessktop al screen This mo
ne” mode. In this m
ode is referred to aas “mirror” or “clon
mode, your origina
5.
(the primary display) will bbe mirrored to the add‐on monitor. Click O
OK to close the setttings screen. Once tthe setting is done
e, to use your exte
ended desktop, sim
mply drag and dro
op Easy Settting your o
open windows ove
er to your second
d monitor. Howevver, note that som
me etting as Click on
n the DisplayLink Device icon and sselect Mirror to co
onfiguration the se
applicaations may not sup
pport display on the
e extended desktop
p. he arrow above. O
On Windows 7, thhe DisplayLink Devvice icon will be hid
ded. Please click th
sign and right click the D
DisplayLink Devicee icon to select A
Advanced. Or Position the Cursor disa
appeared ? ution. mouse anywhere on your computer desktop
p, right‐click and seelect Screen Resolu
If you’re in extneded mode but the add‐on
n monitor is not connected, the desktop still pans to the add‐on
n monitor and it’s possible th
hat your cursor hass moved to the extended desktop so that you cannot c
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DVIV Primary Monitor Be the P
To makee the add‐on monittor the primary dissplay: 1.
Position the mouuse anywhere on yyour computer dessktop, right‐click an
nd select Screen Resolutioon on Windows 7, Personalize > Disp
play Settings on W
Windows Vista or Propertiees > Settings on W
Windows XP. 2. In the Display ddrop‐down menu, select the optio
on ends with DisplayLink Graphics Adaptter. 3.
Check the This iss my main monito
or box on Window
ws 7/ Windows Vista
V  or  Use this device aas the primary mon
nitor box on Windo
ows XP. On some PCs a nd laptops it is n
ble the main disp
necessary to disab
play (i.e. uncheck the Exttend the desktop onto this monito
or or Extend my Windows W
desktop onto thhis monitor box ffor the main disp
play) as part of th
he same settings change.
It is possible to
ey+P to display a m
menu (and cycle through it) on o use Windows Ke
Windows 7 to allow: Disconnecct Projector, Dupliccate, Extend, Projecctor Only. 4.
Click OK to closse the settings screeen. ode or is The add‐on monitor sstays primary if thee PC enters hibernate or suspend mo
rebo
ooted. If the add‐‐on monitor is unp
plugged, the main display becomes primary agaiin. Manual Settin
ng In mirror mod
de, the adapter will w automatically select s
the settingss (screen resolution, color quality aand refresh rate) fo
or the add‐on mon
nitor. But you can manually adjust th
he settings as req
quired. However, the settings of the add‐on monitor are limited by that of the primary monitor. For exam
mple, even thouggh your add‐on monitor m
supports a Adjustin
ng Resolution, Coloor Depth and Refreesh Rate There are three compone nts that make up the screen mode: Resoluttion: In common uusage, this refers tto the number of pixels displayed on screen horizontally and verticallyy. n on the D
This definees the number of different colors th
hat can be shown
Color Depth: screen aat the same time. resolution of up to 1920x1080, you can only conffigure it to use 1280x1024 due to th
he primary monittor only supports aa resolution of up to 1280x1024. Refresh
h rate: Measures the speed thatt the entire screeen is rescanned. Higher frequen
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DVIV Some monitors advertise the su
upported modes through t
the video connector. If this is odes from the monitor. If the monito
or the case, the adapter identifies the supported mo
orted modes, the adapter software
e chooses a set of does not advvertise the suppo
common screeen modes for the m
monitor. 800x600 1024x768 1280x720 1280x768 1280x800 1280x1024
4 1366x768 1400x1050
0 1600x1200
0 1680x1050
0 The resolutions and reefresh rates availaable to the user through Win dows are a comp
prise of the supp
port from the following elem
ments: Name Refressh rates availa
able at 16 bit color quality Reffresh rates ava
ailable at 32 bit color quality VGA 60 72 75 85 60 7
72 75 85
SVGA 56 60 72 75 85 56 6
60 72 75 85 XGA 60 70 75 85 60 7
70 75 85
720p 60 60
WXGA+ 60 75 85 60 7
75 85 you are using a USB display adapter w
with 1920x1080 support. WXGA 60 60
This ensures that tthe monitor can
nnot be put intto an SXGA 60 75 85 60 7
75
WXGA+ 60 60
SXGA+ 60 75 85 60 7
75 85
UXGA 60 60
WSXGA+
+ 60 60
Resolution
n 640x480 Aboout the resolutionss and refresh rates available to users
The software ssupports the mode
es listed below. Colo
or Depth ■ TThe USB display ad
dapter ■ TThe primary monittor and the add‐on
n monitor ■ The primary videeo card on your computer and insstalled driveers Therrefore, for examp
ple, if your monitor doesn’t supp
port a resoolution of 1920x10
080, then 1920x10
080 is not possible
e even 1080p 60 60
1920x1080
0 *Notee that interlaced m
modes and reduced blanking modes arre not supported. unsuupported mode, which might damagee it. If clonin
ng the primary dispplay, the video com
mponent will try to use the preferred monitor e cloned mode. In some cases, thhis may not be the most appropriiate mode for the
p. It is recommendded that the prim
mary display resolution be changed to t closer desktop
match tthe default resolutiion of the add‐on m
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DVIV Configure the components To configure the three compone
ents (resolution, co
olor depth and refre
esh rate) of a scree
en mode, follow these steps: Easy Setting Click on the D
DisplayLink Device icon and select Color Quality; Scree
en Rotation; Scree
en Resolution to
o configuration th
he setting as above, or manuallyy setting as belo
ow description. Sccreen Rotation :TThere are four kind
ds off screen rotation, thhe Normal, Rotated Leeft, Rotated Right aand Upside‐Down.
Color Qualitty :There are two
o kinds of colo
or quality, the Medium (16
6‐bit) and the Highest (32‐bit). Screeen Resolution:Thhe resolution will be depends on your coomputer setting, moniter and resolution support of m
…. else…
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DVIV Manual Settin
ng 1. Position
n the mouse anyw
where on your com
mputer desktop, riight‐click and select Screen Resolution on Wiindows 7, Person
nalize > Display Se
ettings on Window
ws Vista o
or Properties > Settings on Windows XP. 2. In the D
Display drop‐down menu, select the o
option ends with D
DisplayLink Graphics Adapter. 3. nge the screen re
esolution or color quality, select those options on th
he To chan
screen. Be sure to selecct one of the sup
pported resolutions and color quality numberrs in the table ab
bove. For an add‐on monitor, you can also select an
ny resolutiion or color qualityy supported by thatt monitor. 4.
To change the re fresh rate, click Ad
dvanced… and then
n click Monitor. 5.
hen click op‐down list and th
Select a refresh rrate from the Screeen refresh rate dro
Apply. 6.
Click OK to close the settings screen
n. Standbyy and Hibernate, Shhut Down and Resttart omputer When the adapter is connnected to a compu
uter and an externaal monitor, if the co
goes intto standby or hiberrnate mode, the exxternal monitor dissplay goes blank. eeps the When the t computer retuurns to an active sttate, the external monitor display ke
e mode. same settings s
it had beefore the computer went into stan
ndby or hibernate
Howeveer, if the add‐on monitor was sett for extended m
mode, windows that were previou
usly on the externa l monitor will not m
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monitor is in exte
ended mode and the computer req
quires a login afte
er can be configured to usee extended mode; the second adaptter is forced to use mirror standby or hib
bernate mode, the login screen appe
ears on the primaryy computer monito
or, When you bring oout the Windows d
display settings diaalog box, you will ffind that mode. W
not the extern
nal monitor. only on
ne DisplayLink Graaphics Adapter (rrepresenting your first attached ada
apter) is configurable. If the computeer is shut down, re
estarted and logged
d in, again the add
d‐on monitor return
ns to the same m
mode as it was befo
ore shutdown. Disconnectingg the Adapter If the adapter is unplugged fro
om the computer,, the add‐on mon
nitor goes blank. All A
windows and icons move to the primary screen. On reconnection of the adapter,, the adapter returrns to the same mo
ode as it was before disconnection
n. However, window
ws and icons that w
were previously on
n the screen will no
ot Whaat is Windows Vistta XDDM mode? be moved bacck. o card XDD
DM refers to Wind
dows XP Driver M
Mode. It is a video
Using Dual Ad
dapters More than tw
wo adapters can be
e simultaneously attached a
to one co
omputer. To use tw
wo ng the driveer mode used in some legacy comp
puters that runnin
adapters: a and simi lar to Windows X
XP user Interface on Windows Vista
1. 2. Install tthe driver by follow
wing the Installatio
on section on page
e 4 and connect th
he erface new
w generation Wind
dows Vista OS. It provides an inte
ndows one of its characterisstics is that it doesn’t support Win
Aeroo interface. To seee current display video driver mode, right‐
first adaapter to your comp
puter. nager. clickk Computer on th
he desktop and sselect Device Man
Then cconnect the seco
ond adapter to your computer. The system will w
Thenn expand the Displlay adapters item.
automaatically complete th
he installation. While two adaapters are connectted to a computer, in most cases both
h adapters’ supporrts extended and
d mirror modes. Th
he only exception is on Windows Vissta XDDM mode aas described belo
ow. Limitation forr dual adapters on o Windows Vista in XDDM mode
e: In this mode on
ne extended screeen and one mirrorred screen is suppo
orted. Only the firstt connected adapte
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DVIV For Mac Managing Mu
ultiple Displays When attachin
ng a display that th
he software has nott seen before, the display will defaultt to being exten
nded to the right off the main display. To configure the settings for each of your USD attached displays, sele
ect “Displays” from Preferences” Menu. This will open a “Display Preference
es” window on each
h the “System P
of your attach
hed displays allowin
ng you to comfiture
e each display as re
equired. It is possible to
o use the “Gather W
Windows” button tto bring all the “Display Preferences” Windows on tto the main displayy. Setting the Diisplay Resolutions and Rotation To change thee display’s resolutio
on, select an availab
ble resolution from
m the Display Preferences w
windows of the disp
play you wish to change. The resolutio
ons available depend on bo
oth the DisplayLink enabled product aand the capabilitiess of the connected display. using the “Rotate” If you wish to rotate your displayy, you can configure the orientation u
drop down. Seelect the appropriaate angle of rotation to match you dissplay’s set up. Each time the user rotates, any ssettings made to th
he mode, resolution, frequency or membered the nextt time the user swittches back to that aangle of rotation.
depth are rem
Setting the Position of Dissplays If your ccomputer is conne cted to more than two displays, you can specify that so
ome are mirroreed displays and oth ers show the exten
nded desktop. nded A mirrored display shows the same content as the main displayy whereas an exten
display will be an extensioon to your existing desktop. n arrange your dispplays so that they m
match the physical llayout of your displays by You can
selectin
ng the “Arrangemennt” pane within Dissplay Preferences. This ensures that yyou can easily navigate between aall connected displaays. Displayy Positions en drag To movee the position of a display, click and h
hold the display you wish to move the
it to thee desired position. The display will bee highlighted with aa red border whilst you are moving the display to its nnew position. © Copyright 2
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DVIV Setting the Diisplay to Mirror / E
Extend mode When in Mirro
or mode, additionaal displays will display what is being shown on the primary displaay. Checking the “M
Mirror Display” on tthe “Arrangement”” pane enables thiss feature. make sure that the ““Mirror Display” on
n the To extend connected displays, m
ed. “Arrangementt” pane is unchecke
e To workk with both extend ed and mirrored displays, turn off miirroring then in the
Arrangeement pane press aand hold “cmd” and “alt” and drag an
nd drop the displayy uour wish to mirror over the prrimary display. ng the Main Displaay Changin
You can
n change which is thhe main display byy moving the Menu
u Bar between displays. of the Changin
ng the main displayy affects where new
w windows appearr and the position o
Dock. moved so that it is sshown on an altern
native display. Clicking the The “Menu Bar” cab be m
menu bar and draggging it to the desireed display will perfform this action. white m
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DVIV Veriffy Driver Insstallation For W
Windows To veriffy your USB displayy adapter driver in
nstallation, please llaunch Device Man
nager by the step
ps below: Open th
he Control Panel a nd double‐click Un
ninstall a Program on Windows 7, P
Programs 
 and Feaatures on Windowss Vista , and Add o
or Remove Program
ms on Windows XP. X
Configuring D
Display from the Menu Bar You can also configure displays b
by clicking the display icon in the men
nu bar. hould be A stringg similar to DispllayLink Core Softtware and DisplayyLink Graphics sh
displayeed. er is not If theree is a question or r exclamation mark next to that iteem, then the drive
properlyy installed. Please delete the item, unplug the adapter and repeat the insstallation steps. © Copyright 2
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DVIV For Mac X you can open GO
O > Utilities > System Profile > Hardw
ware > USB > to On Mac OS X
verify if your U
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DVIV Uninstall the Adapte
er and Drive
er For Windo
ows 1. Open th
he Control Panel and double‐click Uninstall U
a Progra
am on Windows 7, Program
ms and Features on o Windows Vista, and Add or Re
emove Programs on o
Window
ws XP. 2. For M
Mac Select D
DisplayLink Graphics or DispalyLink Core Software an
nd click Uninstall or o
1.
Removee. 3. 4. Click Yees to confirm the removal. During the t removal proce
ess a couple of DO
OS window
ws will pop up. Insert the pprovided driver CD into your CD‐ROM
M drive. Double‐clicck the CD and navvigate to the directtory of \Driver\Maac_OSX10.4_10.7. 2.
please dou ble‐click DisplayLin
nk Installer 1.7b4.d
dmg to mount the driver mage. installer im
Click Yees to restart your ccomputer and then unplug the adapte
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DVIV 3.
Pleease double‐click D
DisplayLink Softwa
are Uninstaller.pkgg to execute the insstaller program 5 Type your passw
5.
word to allow Instaaller to make changges. And click Conttinue Installation to install. 4.
Wh
hen the following W
Window appears, p
please click Uninsta
all to install the driver. 6 The uninstallat ion was successful, please click Restaart to finfish uninstalling 6.
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DVIV Technicaal Specifications Hardware Standard USB 2.0;; DVI‐I Interface USB 2.0 DVI HDD
DE 30pin Female Power mo
ode Bus‐pow
wer Expansion
ns Up to 6 adapters (7 monitorss) Supported
d OS Window
ws 7 (32/64‐bit), Vistaa (32/64‐bit), XP (32//64‐bit) Mac OS X (10.4~10.7) Resolution
n Up to 19
920 x 1080 Dimension
n 88 x 55 xx 17mm (3.5 x 2.2 x 0
0.7 in) Weight 60g (2.o
oz) Temperatu
ure Operatin
ng: 0 ~ 40 C (32 ~ 104 F) Storage:: ‐20 ~ 70 C (14 ~ 1
158 F) Humidity 10~90% (non‐condensing) Certificatio
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DVIV Troublesshooting Q1: The displaay on the add‐on m
monitor is blank. A: If the moniitor power LED is ggreen (in most case
es), wait a momen
nt for the monitor tto show the videeo as sometimes itt takes time for th
he add‐on monitorr to show the video. You can also reboot your system to try again. Also make sure the computer is not in bernation mode, w
which will lead the aadd‐on monitor to be blank. standby or hib
If the monito
or power LED is re
ed (in most cases)), check if the con
nnection is properrly made. If prob
blem still exists, un
ninstall the driver, unplug the adaptter and reinstall th
he driver to try aggain. Terminate any oother CPU intensivve applications running on the compu
uter. 
If you sttill have issues playying media contentt on the adapter, trry the following ste
eps: 
As some meddia players requirre DirectX hardware support to correctly c
ort. operate, try a ddifferent media playyer which requiress less DirectX suppo

Drag the mediaa player to the add
d‐on screen and clo
ose the player. Resstart the player and it shhould open on the add‐on monitor. N
Now try playing th
he media file again. 
Try reducing thhe hardware acceleeration level of thee primary display (NOT the add‐on monitoor) to levels 1,2 o
or 3 and restartin
ng the media playyer. The hardware acce leration can be fo
ound by right‐clickking on your deskktop and click Propertiess > Settings > Advaanced > Troubleshoot. Some players use this setting even whhen playing on a different display. 
The video playbback may be unusu
ual when the add‐o
on monitor is mirro
oring the primary displayy and there is an
nother extended screen connected
d to the computer. The extended screen must be disabled before the content will be onitor. correctly clonedd to the add‐on mo
Q2: The add‐o
on monitor is flickering. A: This is usuaally caused by a low
w refresh rate. To so
olve this problem: 
In m
mirror mode, increaase the refresh rate of the main monitor. This will in turrn incrrease the refresh raate of the add‐on m
monitor. 
In eextended mode, inccrease the refresh rate of the add‐on monitor. Q3: When I p
play MPEG file by Windows Media Player P
on the exte
ended monitor, ho
ow ound the Q5: In eextended mode, thhe add‐on monitorr appears to have a black border aro
desktop
p. come the disp
play becomes abnormal when I switch
h it to full screen m
mode? A: If your system is Windows XP X SP1, we suggesst you upgrade it to t SP2 to solve th
his problem. A: This happens when thee resolution used b
by the add‐on moniitor is larger than the resolution used by the pri mary monitor. To ssolve this problem,, configure the add‐on monitorr to use the same rresolution as the primary monitor. ull screen mode, th
he motion is not sm
mooth. Q4: When playying the video in fu
A: Try the follo
owing tips to impro
ove the smoothnesss of the movie playyback: 
Red
duce the resolution
n of the display to 6
640x480 or 800x60
00. 
Usee the adapter in exttended mode. © Copyright 2
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DVIV Limited Waarranty TRENDnet waarrants its productts against defects in material and workmanship, w
unde
er normal use an
nd service, for the ffollowing lengths o
of time from the daate of purchase. TU2‐D
DVIV – 2 Years Warranty AC/DC Power Adapter, Cooling FFan, and Power Sup
pply carry 1 year w
warranty. If a product does not operate as warranted du
uring the applicable warranty period, TRENDnet shaall reserve the rigght, at its expense
e, to repair or replace the defectivve product or p
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he repair/replaceement unit’s warraanty continues fro
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