SWP240 Dock n`Charge User Manual
Dock n’ Charge
Product Guide
P/N: SWP240A
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Contents
1. Packaging Contents
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2. System Requirements
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3. Locating the controls
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4. Installing the Warpia Dock n’ Charge
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4.1 Installing the device driver
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4.2 Uninstalling the device driver
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4.3 Connecting the Dock n’ Charge to your computer
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5. Using the Dock n’ Charge
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6. Working with the Dock n’ Charge
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6.1 Understanding the video output modes
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6.2 Working with the docking station utility
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7. Helpful Tips & Troubleshooting
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8. Warpia Support & Contacting Warpia
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1. Package Contents
Dock n’ Charge
Quick Start Guide
USB 3.0 cable
Installation CD
DVI to VGA Adapter
Power Adapter
2. System Requirements
Windows Based Laptop or Tablet with an available USB 2.0 or 3.0 Port
Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7 & 8. Does not support Windows RT Tablets
Processor:
1.33 GHz Intel dual-core ATOM Baytrail or higher
2.0 GHz Intel Core2 or higher
2.2 GHz Dual-core AMD Athlon 64 or higher
2GB memory for single monitor, 4GB for dual monitors
Minimum Graphics Interface:
• Win 8: DirectX 10
• Win7/Vista: DirectX 9
• Win XP – Any graphics software
30 MB of free hard disc space or more
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3. Locating the Controls
①
⑤b
②
⑥
③
④
④b
⑤
⑦
⑨
⑧
⑩
① Power button
② Power indicator light
③ Headset and microphone combo jack
Used to turn on or turn off the docking station.
④ Front panel super speed USB 3.0
Used to connect USB devices (USB 1.0, USB 1.1, USB
2.0, and USB 3.0 compatible).
connector
④b Front panel super speed USB 3.0
⑤
⑤b
Lights when the docking station is powered
Used to connect a microphone, a headset, or a
speaker.
connector with 2.0A charging
Used to connect USB devices (USB 1.0, USB 1.1, USB
2.0, and USB 3.0 compatible) and for high current (2A)
charging for USB components
Rear panel super speed USB 3.0
connector
Used to connect USB devices (USB 1.0, USB 1.1, USB
2.0, and USB 3.0 compatible).
Rear panel super speed USB 3.0
connector with 2.0A charging
⑥ Gigabit Ethernet connector
⑦ DVI-I video output connector
⑧ HDMI output connector
⑨ USB 3.0 upstream connector
⑩ DC-in power jack
Used to connect USB devices (USB 1.0, USB 1.1, USB
2.0, and USB 3.0 compatible) and for high current (2A)
charging for USB components
Used to connect a local area network (LAN) cable.
Connects an external monitor with a DVI cable.
You also can connect a DVI-I to VGA adapter to the
DVI-I video output connector, and connect the
external monitor with a VGA cable to the DVI-I to
VGA adapter.
Connects an external monitor or TV with a HDMI cable.
Main Connection to the laptop, tablet or computer.
Used to connect to the power adapter.
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4. Installing the Warpia Dock n’ Charge
4.1 Installing the Software Driver
Insert the CD into the computer and laptop CD-ROM
• The disc should start automatically. If the disc does not start automatically, do
one of the following:
• If the autoplay window opens, click Run Warpia.exe
• If the autoplay window does not open, do one of the following:
– For the Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 operating system, go into
My Computer or Computer, then double-click the CD/DVD drive icon.
– For the Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 operating system, open File Explorer and
click Computer or This PC, then double-click the CD/DVD drive icon.
• Follow the instructions on the screen to install the device driver.
• Restart your computer after the completion message is displayed. The system will
automatically identify and configure the docking station. The video output function
of the docking station will be automatically enabled after the configuration is
completed.
Installing driver directly from Warpia.com:
• Go to www.warpia.com/support/drivers
• Click on the Dock n’ Charge (SWP240) Driver Download
• Click on the Download Windows Driver Icon
• Once driver is downloaded, click on driver file to load driver
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4.2 Uninstalling the Device Driver
For the Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 operating
system:
1. Exit all applications that use the Dock n’ Charge.
2. Click Start ➙ Control Panel ➙ Programs and Features ➙ Uninstall
DisplayLink Graphics.
3. Follow the instructions on the screen to uninstall the device driver.
4. Restart your computer if necessary.
For the Windows 8 operating system:
1. Exit all applications that use the Dock n’ Charge.
2. Go to Control Panel by doing one of the following:
From the desktop, move the pointer to the top-right or bottom-right corner
of the screen to display the charms, and then click Settings ➙ Control
Panel.
From the Start screen, do the following:
a) Move the pointer to the top-right or bottom-right corner of the screen
to display the charms.
b) Click Search
c) On the Apps screen, scroll to the right side, and click Control Panel in
the Windows System section.
3. Depending on your Control Panel mode, do one of the following:
a) Click the Uninstall a program option under the Programs menu
b) Click Programs and Features.
4. Select the DisplayLink Graphics software and then right-click your mouse. The
Uninstall option is displayed.
5. Click Uninstall.
6. Follow the instructions on the screen to uninstall the device driver.
7. Restart your computer if necessary.
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4.3 Connecting the Dock n’ Charge to Your Computer
To connect the docking station to your Laptop or Tablet, do the
following:
1. Connect the dc-in connector of the power adapter to the docking station.
2. Connect the power plug of the power cord to an electrical outlet. Press the power
button to turn on the docking station.
3. Connect the USB B plug of the USB 3.0 cable to the USB 3.0 upstream
connector on the docking station.
4. Connect the USB A plug of the USB 3.0 cable to an available USB connector on
the notebook computer. A USB 3.0 port will have higher performance than a
USB 2.0 port, though both will work under normal circumstances
Notes:
• Connecting the Dock n’ Charge to any input other than a USB 3.0/2.0 connector or
using any USB cable other than a USB 3.0/2.0 cable might impact performance,
especially video playback and Ethernet performance.
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5. Using the Dock n’ Charge
This section provides information on how to use the headset and
microphone jacks, Gigabit Ethernet connector, USB connectors, and
video outputs on the Dock n’Charge.
Using the headset and microphone jacks:
The headset and microphone jacks are located in the front of the Dock n’Charge and
are both 3.5 mm in size.
To use the headset and microphone jacks simply, connect your headset, speaker or
microphone to the appropriate jack.
Note: The headset and microphone jacks on the docking station are automatically
enabled when you have successfully connected the docking station to your laptop or
tablet and installed the device driver. However, if you cannot hear anything from the
headset connected to the 3.5mm jack on the docking station, you can manually
enable the headset by right clicking on the volume icon in the taskbar
Using the Gigabit Ethernet connector
To use the Gigabit Ethernet connector on the docking station, connect the docking
station to a standard 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, or 1000 Mbps network, and wait until the
docking station is fully configured by the Windows operating system.
Using the USB connectors
To use the USB connectors, connect a USB device to any of the six USB connectors on
the docking station with a USB cable. When the USB device is correctly connected to
a USB connector on the docking station , an information window will be displayed in
the Windows notification area, indicating that the USB device has been connected to
the computer.
Using the USB 3.0 connector with battery charging function
The USB 3.0 connector with battery charging function enables you to charge USB
devices even when the computer is in sleep or hibernation mode, or the docking
station is disconnected from the computer. 2 of the USB 3.0 ports enable battery
charging, 1 in the front and 1 in the back. They are clearly marked on the unit.
Notes:
• Most mobile devices can be charged by the USB 3.0 port with battery charging
function, but some devices with special configurations might not be charged.
• The charging time varies depending on the device configuration and the
environment.
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Using the video outputs
The video outputs on the Dock n’ Charge consist of one HDMI connector and
one DVI-I connector. A VGA monitor can be plugged into the DVI-I output with the
included DVI to VGA adapter. You can simultaneously connect up to two external
displays to the docking station using the two video outputs. You do not have to
disconnect the docking station from your computer each time when you connect the
external displays.
To use the video outputs, connect a DVI cable (or VGA cable using the included
adapter) to an external display. For displays with an HDMI input or for connecting
the docking station to a television, you can use the available HDMI output. This
output supports both video & audio to the television.
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6. Configuring External Displays
This Section describes how to use DisplayLink Software which is
included with the Dock n’ Charge and is used to run the external
displays
Notes:
• The DisplayLink System tray Graphical User Interface (GUI), covered below, will only
be available when the Dock n’ Charge is plugged into the USB port of the computer
and an external display is plugged into the Dock n’ Charge
• Terminology for “Mirror Mode” can vary between operation systems and the
DisplayLink GUI. The terms “Clone”, “Mirror”, and “Duplicate” are interchangeable and
provide the same function of making the contents of the selected displays identical.
Resolution Support
When a Display is connected to the Dock n’ Charge, the DisplayLink host software
reads the supported modes (resolutions) of the Display. These are the only modes
offered through the DisplayLink GUI or Windows Display Properties window. The
software will use the monitor’s preferred mode by default.
If the Display does not report any supported modes, DisplayLink will offer a list of
default modes to choose
Note: This communication standard is called EDID. While connecting your external
display directly to your computer may allow you to use other resolutions that what we
provide, we strictly adhere to the EDID protocol. This is the only way to ensure that a
resolution or refresh rate that could cause damage to the external Display is never
used.
Windows 8 & 7 – Controlling the Display
When Displays are attached, an icon appears in the taskbar. This gives you access to
the DisplayLink Manager menu.
To use the DisplayLink Manager menu:
Click on the DisplayLink icon:
If the DisplayLink Icon is not showing, from the Taskbar,
click on the ‘Show Hidden Icons’
arrow to show all available icons.
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After clicking on the DisplayLink icon, a menu appears with several options. They are
shown and described below.
Select an option from the menu, using the following tables for the options available
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Display
Description
Displays a list of available resolutions. Some resolutions
Screen
may be enclosed by [ ]. Please see, Inferred Modes.
Resolution
This option is not available in mirror mode as the resolution
is defined as the resolution of the main monitor.
Screen
Normal
No rotation is applied to the DisplayLink display
Rotation
Rotated Left
Rotates the extended or mirrored display by 270 degrees.
Rotated Right
Rotates the extended or mirrored display by 90 degrees.
Upside-Down
Rotates the extended or mirrored display by 180 degrees.
Right
Extends the display to the right of the primary display.
Left
Extends the display to the left of the primary display.
Above
Extends the display above of the primary display.
Below
Extends the display below the primary display.
Extend To:
Extends your Windows desktop onto this display.
Extend
Sets this screen as the primary display.
Set as Main
Switches off the display of the notebook and makes the
DisplayLink display the main display.
Copies what is on the main display and reproduces it on this
display.
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Description
Off
Switches off this display.
Optimize for Video
Select this option for better movie playback performance on the DisplayLink
(Windows Vista
enabled displays. Only select this option when playing back video content.
Only)
Note: Text may appear less clear when enabled.
Fit to TV
If the Windows desktop does not completely appear on the TV, this option can
be used to adjust the size of the Windows desktop. See "Fit to TV" for details on
how to configure this feature.
Notes:
This option will only appear when 1 DisplayLink USB screen is connected
This option will only work in extend mode. Selecting the option in mirror mode
will extend the displays.
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6.1 Understanding the Video Output Modes
The Dock n’ Charge works in the following three video output modes:
• “Extend mode”
• “Mirror mode”
• “Single-display mode”
By default, the docking station works in extend mode. All three options can be
changed by clicking on the DisplayLink icon located in the Task Bar and discussed
earlier in section 6.0
Extend Mode
When the Dock n’ Charge is in extend mode, it splits your display across multiple
monitors.
There are three options when you are using Extend Mode:
• Extend: When you select this option, your Laptop/Tablet monitor becomes the
primary display and the external monitor(s) become the secondary display(s), and
the external monitor display(s) are on the right side of the notebook computer
monitor display by default.
• Extend To: When you select this option, your Laptop/Tablet monitor becomes
the primary display and the external monitor(s) become the secondary display(s).
You can give each monitor its own frame buffer through the submenu options
Right, Left, Above, and Below. The display space is a continuous area; therefore,
windows and objects can be moved between different displays, or even straddled
across multiple displays.
• Set as Main Monitor: When you select this option, the external monitor(s)
become the primary display(s) and the Laptop/Tablet monitor becomes the
secondary display.
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Mirror mode
When the Dock n’ Charge is in mirror mode, it clones your Laptop/Tablet screen to the
external monitor(s). The docking station automatically selects the settings (screen
resolution, color quality, and refresh rate) for the external monitor(s), which will enable
the best resolution based on your Laptop/Tablet’s resolution capabilities.
Single-display mode
When the Dock n’ Charge is in single-display mode, it enables you to show your
desktop on only one screen.
There are two options when you are using single-display mode:
• Laptop/Tablet Monitor Off:
When you select this option, the display of your computer monitor turns off
and the display of the external monitor turns on.
Note: This option is available when there is only one external monitor
connected to the docking station.
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Off:
When you select this option, the display of the external monitor(s) turns off and
the display of your notebook computer monitor turns on. However, the other
functions such as audio, Ethernet, and USB connection still work though the
display is off.
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Fit to TV
What is Fit to TV?
• If using your Dock n’ Charge to connect to a TV, all of the Windows desktop may
not be available to view. Many TVs will automatically 'overscan' the image streamed
by cutting off the borders and filling the screen with the image.
• On some TVs it may be possible to turn this 'overscan' off in your TVs settings
menu. Consult your TVs User Manual to see if this is an option for you. If you can do
so, then you will not need to use the Fit to TV function of the DisplayLink UI. This is
the best way to correct this issue.
• Fit to TV can be used to reduce the size of the Windows desktop on the TV screen.
Notes:
• Fit to TV only works in extend mode. If choosing the option while in mirror mode,
the DisplayLink screen will change to extend and be placed above the laptop screen in
Windows Display Properties.
• Fit to TV does not support rotated modes.
Using ‘Fit to TV’
•To configure Fit to TV, choose the option from the DisplayLink GUI. The following
interface appears:
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• You will also see a red border on the External display
• The red border shows the size of the new Windows desktop. Use the “+” and “-”
controls on the Fit to TV GUI to change the size of the red border until it fits on the TV
screen.
Note: Finer configuration of the size of the border can be achieved by holding down
the CTRL key and clicking the “+” and “-”.
• Once the red border is at the edges of the TV screen, click “Apply” to resize the
Windows desktop.
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Supported resolutions and refresh rates
The following table lists the refresh rates supported at various resolutions for the Dock
n’ Charge’s video outputs.
Supported resolutions and refresh rates:
SN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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26
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Resolution
640 x 480
720 x 400
720 x 480
768 x 576
800 x 480
800 x 600
832 x 624
848 x 480
1024 x 600
1024 x 768
1152 x 864
1152 x 870
1280 x 720
1280 x 768
1280 x 800
1280 x 960
1280 x 1024
1360 x 768
1366 x 768
1368 x 768
1400 x 1050
1440 x 900
1600 x 900
1600 x 1200
1680 x 1050
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1200
2048 x 1080
2048 x 1152
Refresh rate (Unit: Hz)
60, 67, 72, 75, 85
70, 85, 88
50, 60
50, 60
60
56, 60, 72, 75, 85
75
60
60
60, 70, 75, 85
75
75
50, 60
60, 75, 85
60
60, 85
60, 75
60
50, 60
60
60, 75, 85
60
60
60
60
50, 60
60
60
60
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Inferred Modes
Some modes in the DisplayLink GUI are shown with [ ] around them.
• This occurs when connecting a monitor with a preferred mode higher than the
maximum supported resolution of the W device
• In this case, the preferred resolution of the monitor cannot be supported. However
we add lower resolutions of the same aspect ratio to be tried with the monitor. Modes
in square brackets [ ] imply that these are modes not reported by the monitor, but have
been made available by the DisplayLink software for you to try.
• As these are inferred modes from the preferred mode of the monitor, they are not
guaranteed to work with the display.
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6.2 Working with the Docking Station Utility
Checking for updates
The DisplayLink utility is able to check whether there is any update for the device driver
in the Windows 7, Windows8, and Windows 8.1 operating systems.
To check for device driver updates, do the following:
1. Click the DisplayLink icon in the Windows notification area. A pop-up menu opens.
2. Select Check for updates. The docking station utility will automatically search for
available device driver updates.
Notes:
• This feature is supported only in the Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1
operating systems.
• The DisplayLink icon is displayed only when an external monitor is connected
to the docking station .
• Ensure that your notebook computer is connected to the Internet when you
are using this feature.
Manually enabling the headset and microphone jack’s
To manually enable the headset and microphone jack on the docking station,
depending on the operating system you are using, do one of the following:
For the Windows XP operating system:
1. Click the DisplayLink icon in the Windows notification area. A pop-up menu
opens.
2. Select Audio Setup. The Sound and Audio Devices Properties window opens.
3. Click the Audio tab.
4. Select a USB audio line-out device from the Sound playback panel, and then select
a USB audio line-in device from the Sound recording panel.
For the Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1 operating system:
1. Click the DisplayLink icon in the Windows notification area. A pop-up menu
opens.
2. Select Audio Setup. The Sound window is displayed.
3. Click the Playback tab to select a USB audio line-out device, and then click the
Recording tab to select a USB audio line-in device.
4. Click OK.
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Optimizing the video playback quality
In the Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1 operating system, the
Dock n’ Charge enables you to optimize the video playback quality when there are
quality issues, such as a tear or split. After optimizing, the display will be smoother
and clearer.
To optimize the video playback quality, do the following:
1. Click the DisplayLink icon in the Windows notification area. A pop-up menu opens.
2. Select DisplayLink ➙ Optimize for Video.
Note: This setting is not supported in the Windows XP operating system.
Rotating the external monitor display
The Dock n’ Charge enables you to rotate only your external monitor display(s) as you
choose.
To rotate the external monitor display, do the following:
1. Click the DisplayLink icon in the Windows notification area. A pop-up menu opens.
2. Select DisplayLink ➙ Screen Rotation, and then select one of the following:
• Normal: The external monitor display remains the same as your computer
monitor display.
• Rotated Left: The external monitor display rotate 90 degrees to the left.
• Rotated Right: The external monitor display rotate 90 degrees to the right.
• Upside-Down: The external monitor display become upside-down.
Setting the color quality of the external monitor
The docking station enables you to select a target color quality for the external
monitor display. The available options are 16-bit or 32-bit. Bit means the color depth
of the display. The default and recommended setting is 32-bit.
To set the color quality of the external monitor, depending on the operating system
you are using, do one of the following:
For the Windows XP or Windows Vista operating system:
1. Click the DisplayLink icon in the Windows notification area. A pop-up menu opens.
2. Select Video Setup. A window opens.
3. In the Color Quality area, select Medium (16 bit) or Highest (32 bit).
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For the Windows 7 operating system:
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2.
3.
4.
Click the DisplayLink icon in the Windows notification area. A pop-up menu opens.
Select Video Setup. A window opens.
Click Advanced settings, and then click the Monitor tab.
Select High Color (16 bit) or True Color (32 bit) from the Colors drop-down list
box.
5. Click OK to save the setting.
Note: This feature is not supported in the Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 operating
systems.
Setting the resolution of the external Display
The docking station enables you to set the resolution of the external monitor.
In Extend Mode and Single-Display Mode, you can set the resolution of the
external monitor by doing the following:
1. Click the DisplayLink icon in the Windows notification area. A pop-up menu opens.
2. Select DisplayLink ➙ Screen Resolution, and then select the desired screen
resolution option for the external monitor. For example, “2048 x 1152” means that
the video output resolution will be 2048 by 1152 pixels.
In Mirror Mode, you can set the resolution of the external monitor by doing the
following:
1. Click the DisplayLink icon in the Windows notification area. A pop-up menu opens.
2. Select Video Setup. A window opens.
3. Depending on the operating system you are using, do one of the following:
• For the Windows XP or Windows Vista operating system:
In the Resolution area, move the slider right to increase or left to decrease the
resolution of the external monitor.
• For the Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1 operating system:
In the Resolution drop-down list box, move the slider up to increase or down
to decrease the resolution of the external monitor.
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7. Helpful Tips & Troubleshooting
General
1. The DisplayLink icon is not displayed on your screen.
The DisplayLink icon is displayed only when an external monitor is connected
to the docking station . If an external monitor is connected, ensure that the
video cable is fully inserted into the docking station and the monitor.
2. The power and connection indicator of the docking station is not on.
Ensure that you have correctly connected the power supply to the docking
station and a working electrical outlet, and that you have pressed the power
button. Do not use any power supply other than the one provided with the
docking station.
3. You connect the docking station to a computer with the provided USB 3.0
cable, but the docking station does not work.
a. Ensure that the docking station is well powered by its power supply. The
docking station always needs external power supply for operation, because it
does not take power from the USB connector attached to your notebook
computer.
b. Ensure that the device driver of the docking station is well installed; if not,
install the device driver and restart the computer.
c. Ensure that the USB connector on your computer works well; if not, replace
with other USB connectors.
4. You cannot start your notebook computer when it is connected with the
docking station.
Ensure that you use the USB 3.0 cable provided with the docking station.
Video output
1. The external monitor display(s) are blank.
• Ensure that the notebook computer connected to the docking station is
running correctly and is not in standby or hibernation mode. When the
notebook computer is in standby or hibernation mode, the external monitor
display(s) are always blank.
• Ensure that the device drivers are installed following the installation instructions
and the icon for the docking station is visible in the Windows notification
area.
• Ensure that the video output function is not disabled.
• Ensure the following connections are correct:
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• The connection between the USB 3.0 cable and your Laptop or Tablet
• The connection between the USB 3.0 and the Dock n’ Charge
• The connection among the power supply, the Dock n’ Charge, and the
electrical outlet
• The connection between the video cable and the video output connectors
Note: For the connection of a VA, ensure that the DVI-I to VGA adapter also is
secured by the screws on both sides of it.
• If the problem persists, disconnect all connections of the docking station, and
uninstall the docking station device driver.
Then, reinstall the docking station and the device driver.
2. You cannot play back videos on your external monitor(s) but can play them
back on your notebook computer monitor.
Some notebook computers do not support the Certified Output Protection Protocol
(COPP), and you will not be able to play back the protected videos on the external
monitors connected to the docking station . The Corel WinDVD 10 program also has
limitations on playing back videos in the Windows XP operating system.
To play back videos on the external monitor(s), you can connect the external
monitor(s) to the VGA connector(s) on your notebook computer, and extend the
display to the external monitor(s).
3. You cannot drag an application window to the other monitor(s) in the
Windows XP or Windows Vista operating system.
In the Windows XP or Windows Vista operating system, you cannot drag a
maximized window unless you reduce the window to a smaller size.
To drag a window from one monitor to the other(s), do the following:
a. On the window that you want to drag, click the Restore Down button or
double-click the title bar to make the window exit from its maximized status.
b. Drag the title bar of the window to the monitor where you would like the
window to be displayed.
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4. The images on the external monitor(s) flutter.
To solve the problem, check the following:
a) Ensure that the external monitor(s) are well connected to the video
outputs of the docking station
b) Check the display resolution setting of the notebook computer and ensure
that the resolution is supported by the docking station
c) Check that you do not select Optimize for Video in the Windows Vista,
Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1 operating system. If you select it,
you might see double image in full screen mode when you right-click the
screen to open the setting menus.
5. The images on the external monitor(s) are not in correct colors.
To solve the problem, do the following:
a. Ensure that the external monitor(s) are well connected to the video outputs
of the docking station.
b. Check the display resolution setting of the computer and ensure that the
resolution is supported by the docking station.
6. Your computer can play back Web video in Adobe Flash Player format,
however, when you drag the window to the external monitor(s) and maximize
the playback window, the playback stops.
To solve the problem, Right click on the video screen, and click settings. Uncheck
Enable hardware acceleration, and play again.
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Audio
You cannot hear anything through your notebook computer speakers or you
cannot use the audio connectors on the notebook computer.
By default, notebook computers use the headset jack on the docking station and
disable built-in audio connectors when the docking station is connected.
To enable the built-in audio connectors on your computer, depending on the
operating system you are using, do one of the following:
For the Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1 operating
systems:
1. Right-click the volume icon in the Windows notification area.
2. Select Sounds, and the Sound window is displayed.
3. Click the Playback Devices tab to select a different built-in audio device, and
then click the Recording Devices tab to select another built-in microphone device
For the Windows XP operating system:
1. Right-click the volume icon in the Windows notification area.
2. Select Adjust Audio Properties, and the Sound and Audio Devices Properties
window is displayed.
3. Click the Audio tab.
4. Select a built-in audio device from the Sound playback panel, and then select
another built-in audio device from the Sound recording panel.
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Error Messages
The DisplayLink software occasionally displays user messages in a bubble in the
notification area. The table below lists the user messages and their description.
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8. Warpia Support & Contacting Warpia
Warpia Support
If you require additional help or are still having problems operating the Dock n’
Charge™, you may contact Warpia for additional technical assistance.
Before you call
Review the user’s manual and/or troubleshooting sections in the documentation
supplied with your Dock n’ Charge™.
Ensure you have the latest Windows software updates for your computer.
If a problem occurs when you are running particular software applications,
consult the software documentation for troubleshooting suggestions. Contact
the software company’s technical support department for assistance.
Consult the Warpia technical support website at http://support.warpia.com.
This is an excellent resource for current information and support.
Contacting Warpia
Warpia’s technical support Web site is http://support.warpia.com.
To stay current on the most recent software and hardware updates for your
Dock n’ Charge™ and for other product information, be sure to regularly check
the Warpia Web site at http://www.warpia.com/support/drivers
Contacting Warpia’s technical support
Information about what you were doing when the problem occurred.
Exact error messages and when they occurred.
For technical support, email the Warpia Customer Support Center at
[email protected]
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