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    84" Interactive Flat Panel Display
    USER MANUAL



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    Content
    Important Security Information ............................................................................................................ 5
    System Features .................................................................................................................................. 6
    Introduction ........................................................................................................................................... 7
    Marks Used in That Manual ................................................................................................................ 8
    The vent holes of the product ............................................................................................................. 9
    1. CHAPTER: ..................................................................................................................................... 10
    2.CHAPTER: ...................................................................................................................................... 11
    INFORMATION ABOUT USAGE OF "INTERACTIVE BOARD" and ITS FUNCTIONS
    Turning on and off your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" ...................................................................... 11
    RS232 Command Table ................................................................................................................ 12
    Definition of Source Transition ...................................................................................................... 15
    Definition of Source Transition by Button Chart .......................................................................... 15
    Source Switching with remote control Description ...................................................................... 15
    3.CHAPTER: ...................................................................................................................................... 17
    Using the Touch Screen with External Battery ............................................................................ 17
    Touch Screen Installation .............................................................................................................. 17
    3.1.1. About installation.............................................................................................................. 17
    Touch Screen Configuration Instructions ..................................................................................... 18
    3.2.1. Opening Touch Screen Configuration ............................................................................ 18
    3.2.2. Calibration ........................................................................................................................ 18
    4. CHAPTER ...................................................................................................................................... 24
    Connecting the USB devices......................................................................................................... 24
    Updating of internal devices .......................................................................................................... 24
    Voice in "INTERACTIVE BOARD" ................................................................................................ 25
    5. CHAPTER ...................................................................................................................................... 26
    Processing System (Optional)....................................................................................................... 26
    Windows 8 (Optional)..................................................................................................................... 26
    Drivers (Optional) ........................................................................................................................... 26
    Screen Resolution of "INTERACTIVE BOARD" .............................................................................. 27
    Network Connection ....................................................................................................................... 29
    Windows 8.1 System Recovery (Optional) .................................................................................. 30



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    6.CHAPTER........................................................................................................................................ 32
    SYSTEM BIOS INFORMATION USING BIOS ACTIVELY......................................................... 32
    MAIN MENU ................................................................................................................................... 33
    Antropi Teach Installation (Optional) ............................................................................................ 34
    6. CHAPTER: ..................................................................................................................................... 36
    Power Management ....................................................................................................................... 36
    7. CHAPTER ...................................................................................................................................... 37
    USING YOUR "INTERACTIVE BOARD" MORE EFFICIENTLY ............................................... 37
    Securing your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" ...................................................................................... 37
    Daily Maintenance .......................................................................................................................... 37
    8. PART: ............................................................................................................................................. 38
    TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................... 38
    Prior points to be controlled ........................................................................................................... 38
    FREQUENTLY-ASKED QUESTIONS.............................................................................................. 39
    Restarting the "INTERACTIVE BOARD" product ........................................................................ 42



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    NOTE
    Depending on the model you buy, the "INTERACTIVE BOARD" may not be the same with the
    images in that manual.

    Warning
    This is a class A. In a domestic environment this may cause radio interference in which case the
    user may be required to take adequate measures.



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    Important Security Information
    1.

    Please read this manual carefully before using the "INTERACTIVE BOARD".

    2. Please keep that manual for further use.
    3. Unplug your product before starting to clean. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp
    cloth for cleaning. If that does not help, please use LCD display cleansers.
    4. To prevent breakdown, do not use non-advised accessories.
    5. When unplugging the appliance, always pull directly on the plug. Do not pull from the cable when
    unplugging the appliance.
    6. Make sure you do not place anything on the power cord or step on it.
    7. Please do not place your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" product near wash basins, sinks, water pans,
    pools etc.
    8. The holes are designed to provide the system to work constantly and prevent the appliance from
    overheat. For the same reason, please do not place your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" on beds, sofas,
    carpets and similar surfaces. Please do not place the monitor near or on a heat source, instead, fix
    your appliance as an installed furniture.
    9. Please leave 5 cm space between the "INTERACTIVE BOARD" and walls or other furnitures.
    10. That "INTERACTIVE BOARD" can only be started by the defined power source on its rating plate.
    For further information, please contact with your dealer.
    11. As a safety precaution, a three-wired grounding plug is given with the "INTERACTIVE BOARD".
    If you cannot plug the appliance, please apply your electrician to change the plug. As a safety
    precaution, please do not make any change on the grounding plug.
    12. Please provide the plug and socket to supply the needed power for appliance.
    13. Please place the "INTERACTIVE BOARD" in a position that electric cables cannot be affected by
    the operations on the product.
    14. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
    15. To prevent the risk of fire or electric shock, please do not overuse the plugs and extension cords.
    Please do not open the lid of the monitor to service yourself. If the required service needs are not
    met by an authorized service, dangerous voltage and other risks may occur.
    16. Please plug out the appliance and contact the authorized service personnel:
    ● When the cable is worn off or harmed.
    ● If the "INTERACTIVE BOARD" has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
    ● If the performance of "INTERACTIVE BOARD" is changed or the appliance needs to be
    repaired.
    17. Electric cable is the main appliance to cut of the electric.
    18. If you will not use "INTERACTIVE BOARD" for a while, please unplug the cable.
    19. Put the "INTERACTIVE BOARD" on a well-ventilated place and prevent from bright light, overheat
    and damp.
    20. "INTERACTIVE BOARD" should be kept in -20 C°~55 C°. Otherwise, the appliance may be
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    NOTE:
    Depending on the products model you have bought, the appearance of your "INTERACTIVE
    BOARD"
    may not be the same with the one displayed in this manual.

    System Features
    Processor
    • AMD A10 – 5750M Quad Core APU

    Chipset
    • AMD A75 Hudson Chipset

    Memory / Graphics Controller
    • AMD Radeon HD 8650G

    Memory
    • DDR3 So-Dimm type,
    • Memory module support up to 16 GB

    Data Storage
    • mSata and SSD hard disk with different capacities

    Panel and Resolution
    • 84-high-resolution panel
    • 1920x1080

    Touch screen
    • Touch screen allowing multiple touch support
    • Infrared touch screen technology

    Audio
    • High Definition Audio
    • Double Internal Audio, 2x15 watt
    • External microphone
    • External earphone outlet

    Network Connection
    10/100/1000 Mbps internal Ethernet connection (RJ45 input)
    1 half-mini slot (Integrated Wi-Fi module) for Wireless connection

    Input/Output Ports
    2 x USB 2.0 input (For embedded PC use, on embedded PC) (max. 900mA) (Optional)
    2 x USB 3.0 input (For embedded PC use, on embedded PC) (max. 900mA)
    1 x USB 2.0 input (For external use of touch screen with PC) (max. 500mA)
    2 x HDMI In (HDMI 1.3)
    1 x VGA input
    1 x Sound input
    1 x Sound output input
    1x RS-232 Port

    Keyboard and Muse (optional)
    • USB "keyboard" and USB "mouse"

    Power
    220-240V AC, 50-60Hz, 2500mA



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    Introduction
    This instruction manual is intended to help you operate your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" product in a
    proper way and get a better performance.
    Chapter 1.

    Meeting "INTERACTIVE BOARD"

    Chapter 2.

    Using "INTERACTIVE BOARD". Instructions for using the product and its functions

    Chapter 3.

    Usage of the Touch Screen

    Chapter 4.

    Connecting other equipment to "INTERACTIVE BOARD" and sound

    Chapter 5.

    Usage of Starboard Software (Optional)

    Chapter 6.

    Power of the "INTERACTIVE BOARD"

    Chapter 7.

    Using your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" product more efficiently

    Chapter 8.

    Troubleshooting

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    Marks Used in That Manual
    Some words and phrases are written in a different format to get your attention.

    Note: It is used to emphasize the useful information and critical points about the product.

    Important!
    Important instructions are to be read carefully in order to prevent any damage to yourself, stored data
    and computer parts.

    Safety Precautions
    Please read the recommended safety precautions carefully for your safety.

    Warning!
    Unplug the system when you will not use for a long time.

    Cleaning

    Important!

    Disconnect your product from the power supply before cleaning it.
    Do not clean "INTERACTIVE BOARD" when it is on. Use a soft and damp cloth to clean the surface
    of product. Do not use chemical cleaners to clean the screen. To clean the display screen, do not use
    chemical cleaners. Do not apply the cleaner directly on the "INTERACTIVE BOARD".

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    The vent holes of the product
    The vent holes on "INTERACTIVE BOARD" provides the product to work effectively by preventing
    overheat. Do not block these openings in anyway.

    Important!


    Do not put any objects in the vent holes of your product. To put any objects in the vent holes of the
    product may cause fire or short circuit of the inner parts of your product.

    Heat & Fire
    Do not put your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" product near fire or any kinds of high temperature source
    like heaters.

    Lightening
    In order to prevent a potential electrical shock, remove your products power cords during lightning.

    Repair
    Unless a basic implementation on the product is specified by the producers’ technical department on a
    document, do not repair your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" by yourself. Otherwise, your guarantee may
    get suspended and you may risk your health or your product. In case of need, consult your authorized
    service.
    Do not shake the "INTERACTIVE BOARD". Ensure that it stays in a balanced stance on its
    position.
    Do not throw or drop any object on your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" product.
    Do not interfere on your products screen or any other surface with a sharp object.
    Do not keep your “"INTERACTIVE BOARD" product in a humid environment.
    Do not keep your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" product in an extremely cold environment.
    Do not keep your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" product in an extremely hot environment.

    Important!
    There should be an easily accessible network plug near the product.

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    1. CHAPTER:
    MEETING THE "INTERACTIVE BOARD"

    Congratulations for buying our the 84" INTERACTIVE BOARD product!
    The "INTERACTIVE BOARD" combines the 84" LED monitor and touch-screen features and offers a
    modern design that can be easily adapted to all working conditions.
    All components of INTERACTIVE BOARD product are used easily and so user friendly. Besides
    having a compact design, this product supports several functional features. Touch screen and high
    definition speakers are two of these features.
    "INTERACTIVE BOARD" has a powerful information processing system.

    Note: The information here sh ould be used as reference, the definitions or images in that
    manual may be different from your "INTERACTIVE BOARD".
    Display:

    Depending on the model, the product image may be different from the product you buy.

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    2.CHAPTER:
    INFORMATION ABOUT USAGE OF "INTERACTIVE BOARD" and ITS FUNCTIONS
    Turning on and off your "INTERACTIVE BOARD"
    Turning on the system
    After ensuring that the "INTERACTIVE BOARD" is plugged, press the power button of the appliance
    for a time shorter than 1 second.
    Turning off the "INTERACTIVE BOARD"
    "When you complete your work or want to have a break, you can turn the "INTERACTIVE BOARD" off

    Situation

    Turning off the
    system
    completely

    Method

    What is required to
    continue

    In order to prevent data loss, please
    turn off your system by following the
    procedure in your operating system.
    In case your system does not respond
    to the procedural shut down because
    of resource conflicts, you can turn off Pressing the power button
    your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" by
    holding down the power button for 4
    seconds. Keep in mind that your
    unsaved data will be lost in this
    situation.

    Important!
    While turning the appliance off in computer mode, turn off the system certainly by using turn off by
    processing system. Out of compulsory circumstances, the appliance should not be turned off by
    unplugging from the network. To turn the appliance off by directly pulling the plug may cause
    permanent breakdown in the system. When a permanent breakdown is detected in the system, the
    appliance should be turned to factory settings by applying the steps in Recovery Chapter.

    Panel
    • 84 Ultra high-resolution Panel
    • 3840*2160 resolution

    Panel type
    Active area:
    Horizontal
    Visual
    angle
    Perpendicular
    Max. brightness
    Max. contrast
    Response time
    Max. Resolution

    TFT 84” UHD 2D LCD
    1904,000 (Y) x 1096,000 (D)//
    178°
    178°
    350 cd/m2
    1400:1
    5 ms G2G
    3840 x 2160

    Y-Frequency
    D-D-Frequency

    244KHz ~ 280 KHz //
    95Hz ~ 104Hz (nominal: 100Hz)

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    RS232 Command Table

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    Function Buttons and Remote Control
    "INTERACTIVE BOARD" has 6 function buttons. These buttons and the remote controls are displayed in
    the next page:

    Down

    Up
    Volume/Brightness
    Touch Screen (On/Off)
    Source Selection
    System
    Sistem On/Off
    Açma / Kapama

    Important!
    To activate or inactivate the keypad located in the front, press the touch screen for 4 seconds.

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    Important!
    The empty batteries should be replaced with the equivalent new batteries.

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    Definition of Source Transition
    Definition of Source Transition by Button Chart

    Press the source “
    ” button to reach the TV menu by button chart. The menu will be displayed as
    below. The desired mode can be selected by choosing up or down by brightness or voice buttons on
    the button chart.

    Source Switching with remote control Description
    TV menu can be reached by the source button on the remote control. The chosen source can be
    displayed by pressing "OK" on the current mode or the user waits for 5 seconds for automatic
    transition.

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    If the chosen source has no signal, a warning is displayed as below.

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    3.CHAPTER:
    Touch screen
    84" touch screen with the feature of multi-spot touch (6 spot at the same time) and infrared technology.

    Using the Touch Screen with External Battery
    Touch screen is integrated with Embedded Computer Module. IF you want to use the touch screen
    when an external source is connected via HDMI or VGA, please connect the external source to
    "INTERACTIVE BOARD" via a USB-USB cable. Connect that cable to the displayed UB input as
    shown. Touch screen will be active in a short time. "To use the touch screen by an external source
    may require a driver. In this case, the chosen required touch screen driver should be loaded to
    external source device from the CD given with that device."
    Touch screen controls the currently displayed image on the screen. If "Embedded Computer" is being
    used as source, touch screen controls the "Embedded Computer". If an external source is connected
    via HDMI or VGA and chosen as image, if touch screen is connected that source via USB, touch
    screen is automatically transferred to control that source.
    WARNING: To active the touch screen feature of the Interactive Board, the processing system should
    be started.
    WARNING: The touch screen feature of your Interactive Board is not supported for MacOs processing
    system.

    Touch Screen Installation
    3.1.1. About installation

    1. Before starting installation, ensure that all drives as display chart and USB are installed correctly.
    The usage of standard drivers given by manufacturers is recommended.
    2. The multi-spot touch screen should be connected before installation.
    3. Close the antivirus programme and Trojan preventing programme before installation (as 360
    antivirus and 260 safeguard).
    4. If the used driver has been installed in the computer before, please unload the installation
    completely and, if needed, delete the old installation files.
    5. Standard USB extension cord should be used as USB connector cable.
    6. If you use Windows XP processing system, you should first install Microsoft.net Framework 2.0.
    7. After the VGA and HDMI connections of the screen and server connections are unplugged and
    plugged again, the USB connection of touch screen should also be unplugged and plugged again.
    Otherwise, touch system will not function properly.
    8. After the USB connection is ready, the driver will be loaded automatically and the touch screen will
    be ready to use.

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    Touch Screen Configuration Instructions
    3.2.1. Opening Touch Screen Configuration
    (1)Click "Touch-screen Configuration" in the Start menu;
    (2) The touch screen configuration window pops up:

    Touch Screen Configuration Interface

    3.2.2. Calibration
    (1) Function description
    Sometimes due to the hardware installation , the finger clicking position and the cursor position after
    clicking have larger deviation, and using this feature can calibrate the cursor position after clicking.
    [Note] Only click the nine cross points with a finger on the black screen for calibrating.
    (2) Operation sequence
    A. Click the "Calibration" button on the Basic Settings panel;
    B. The screen turns to black, and only a red spot and eight white spots appear in the screen;
    C. Click the red spot by hand (Note: Clicking at the center of the red spot, the closer to the center,
    the more accurate the coordinates are). After clicking, the red spot appears in the remaining three
    corners counterclockwise in turn, please click on the red spot in sequence until the black disappears
    and the confirmation window pops up;
    D. Click Finish to accept the calibration; click Cancel or do not click (the calibration window will
    automatically disappear after 5 seconds), and this calibration is invalid.

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    Calibration screen

    Calibration verification

    In the Settings panel, select "Multi-touch" or "Mouse" for operating mode, and then click "Apply" or
    "Done" to confirm, or else the setting will be failed.

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    Click the "Advanced Settings" button on the Basic Settings panel to pop up the Advanced Settings
    window, set the appropriate data and click "Done", and the system will save the data, or click the
    "Cancel" button to cancel the data setting.

    Advanced Settings

    Click the "Reset" button on the Settings panel to pop up the confirmation window, and click "Yes" to
    restore the factory settings, or click "No" to cancel.

    Restore Factory Settings

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    HEADPHONE JACK
    MICROPHONE JACK

    VGA PORT
    AUDIO IN
    AUDIO OUT

    Depending on the model, the product image may be different from the product you
    buy.

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    Image transfer by an external source via HDMI

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    Image transfer by an external source via VGA

    Important!
    To transfer image and voice transfer via VGA at the same time, except for the VGA cable, a voice
    transfer cable should be also used as shown (3.5 mm stereo).

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    4. CHAPTER
    CONNECTION OF OTHER DEVICES ON "INTERACTIVE BOARD" AND SOUND You can increase
    the efficiency of your device, you can connect other peripheral devices on the "INTERACTIVE
    BOARD". Please read the instruction manuals of these peripheral units provided by their manufacturers
    while using them. In this section, installation of the following devices is described:
    USB Devices

    Connecting the USB devices
    "INTERACTIVE BOARD" has 2 USB2ç0 (Optional ) and 2 UB3.0 input for USB devices as
    keyboard, mouse, printer, scanner, digital camera, etc.
    USB (Universal Serial Bus) is developed for industrial standard computers. It supports Pnp (Plug
    and Play) technology; so you do not need to
    close "INTERACTIVE BOARD" while connecting or disconnecting the USB devices.

    Updating of internal devices
    If you want to change the temporary memory (RAM) module on your "INTERACTIVE BOARD", to
    prevent a potential malfunction in computer, please contact with technical department for details.
    Please do not change any parts without getting help from a professional.
    These transactions should be realized by service centre.
    Usage of External Sources with Interactive Board (HDMI-VGA)
    When you want to use the external sources with Interactive Board, please ensure that the connections
    are made as defined in the manual.


    Plug the cable of the desired external device (HDMI1 – HDMI2 – VGA).



    Plug the USB cable transferring the touch screen feature to external source.

    Note: To connect via VGA, do not forget to plug the external source cable transferring the voice
    function of source to the Interactive Board.
    Please be sure that you have transferred the image of the external source to Interactive Board.
    In settings of the screen features of your external source, in the section about displaying options;
    There are double image (displaying the external source image on both Interactive Board and external
    source) and single image options. (Displaying on only external device or Interactive Board)
    Choose the Internal Board as single display device via the screen features of the connected external
    source. Displaying the transferred image on only Interactive Board will provide you the best solution.
    To use external source, to plug the Interactive Board is enough. You can use external sources without
    connecting the Embedded PC. Your device will detect the transferred external source automatically.
    If you connect the external source to Interactive Board while the Embedded PC is active, your
    device will not detect the external source automatically.
    To pass to external source, press the source selection button shown as “

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    Voice in "INTERACTIVE BOARD"
    Important!
    Before use the voice function of "INTERACTIVE BOARD", please be sure that voice driver given with
    the device is installed. In case of any sound distortions during recording, please decrease microphone
    volume.
    The voice function of the "INTERACTIVE BOARD" includes below:
    - Digital audio and analogue mixer support
    - Realtek High Definition sound codec support
    - Sound control via function buttons
    The methods of playing and recording sound depend on the operating system in use. Please refer to
    the instructions in your operating systems support points for these methods.

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    5. CHAPTER
    Processing System (Optional)
    Windows 8 (Optional)
    Drivers (Optional)
    A Driver CD is also given to you with 4K(3840x 2160) . The drivers in that CD are updated drivers
    providing your device to function properly. Copies of drivers in the CD are also in D index of your
    device. You can get the updated drivers from the Service Centre. You should install the drivers of your
    processing system.

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    Screen Resolution of "INTERACTIVE BOARD"
    Screen resolution of "INTERACTIVE BOARD" is adjusted in two ways.
     Via operating system;
    Click right on your mouse and choose screen resolution.

    Adjust the screen resolution as 1920x1080 form the graphic chart. The smart board turns the 2k
    resolution (1920x1080) to 4K (3840x 2160).

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    Via the screen chart control panel;

    Important!
    If the resolution will be adjusted via the control panel, the "Scaling" tab certainly should be selected as
    "Save Screen Scaling". The calibration of your touch screen will be distorted if that option is not
    selected.

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    Network Connection
    Using the Network Connection Option
    Your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" product has a 10/100/1000 Lan module and it connects
    "INTERACTIVE BOARD" to other computers on the network. It supports a data transfer rate up to
    10/100/1000 Mbps. The integrated network module is accompanied by a RJ-45 connector.

    Wireless Network Connection
    Wireless network connection, which enables users to connect wireless networks, provides great
    convenience for data transfer. Be sure that chipset driver software is installed. Install the relevant
    device driver.

    G Processing system
    Depending on the salesroom and customer preference, system may be installed with 8 or Linux Pardus
    2011. Selections and language may vary with respect to the region of sale. Hardware and software
    support may vary with respect to the installed operating system. System instabilities and
    incompatibilities arising from operating systems are not warranted.

    Note: Any customer related problem in the processing system is not included in warranty.

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    Windows 8.1 System Recovery (Optional)
    1. To display the charm bar, move the pointer to right top. As an alternative, you can also press
    Win+C buttons together.
    2. Now, click on the Settings and choose "Change PC settings".

    3. It'll open new Metro Control Panel screen. Click on "Update and recovery" tab and in right-side pane,
    you'll see "Remove everything and reinstall Windows" option.

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    4. Click on "Get started" button and Windows will show you Reset PC wizard.

    2. Just follow the instructions given on screen and your Windows 8 computer will reset to default settings
    i.e. it'll reinstall Windows from scratch.

    Note: You will need to reinstall the drivers and Touch Service from the supplied DVD.

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    6.CHAPTER

    SYSTEM BIOS INFORMATION USING BIOS ACTIVELY
    Using BIOS actively
    This section explains points on the integrated software of your Interactive Monitor. This BIOS (Basic
    Input Output System) software cluster, critical for your device, is stored on a chip on the mainboard. With
    this software, your hardware shall be matched with the selected operating system and the system shall
    be prepared in coordination. BIOS includes both POST (Power On Self Test) and Aptio Installation
    Software sections. POST provides methods for system control during system restart and SCU provides
    configuration of your Interactive Monitor.
    Using Aptio Installation Software
    With the Aptio Installation Software, sub-systems such as system configuration, basic features, startup
    configuration and power management may be adjusted. These adjustments are stored in
    permanent CMOS memory and is protected even if your system is shut down.

    Note: Images given below are for reference purposes only. Different adjustment menus may
    be available on the you have as per different versions. Please consider the Bios information
    available on your .
    Settings
    In order to enter Aptio Installation Software, you shall press “DEL” key when you see the Bios logo
    while your system is starting up. Usually, Bios logo is displayed for just a few seconds when you turn
    on your system. If your Interactive Monitor system is on, turn off your system with the “Restart” option
    and press “DEL” key when you see the Bios logo. Aptio Installation Software menü shall be displayed
    instantly.

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    Keyboard Key

    Function
    Enables you to make a selection between menus and
    options.
    1) Opens the options is menu checkboxes.
    2) Changes the values.
    1) You need to press enter at the point where you want
    to go to a sub-menu.
    2) Enables you to open and close the sub window.
    Enables you to shift from one area to another.
    1) Enables you to exit from the main menu.
    2) Enables you to return to main menu when you are in
    a sub-menu.
    3) Enables you to close the window when you are in a
    sub-window.

    There are 6 main menus on Aptio Installation Software. These are: Main Menu, Advanced, Chipset, Boot,
    Safety and Save and Exit.

    MAIN MENU
    Main menu is the first menu displayed when you enter the Bios. You may see the basic information for your
    computer system and change the Bios language here. Definitions for titles in the main menu:

    Bios
    System Language
    System Date
    System Time

    Displays the Bios version
    Enables you to set the system configuration.
    Enables you to set the system configuration.
    Displays system time

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    Antropi Teach Installation (Optional)





    Antropi Teach is displayed in full screen to provide more usable space.
    Antropi Teach controls the updates when first opened.
    If there is an update, the user is informed by a warning.

    Overview
    When Antropi Teach is active, there is portable main toolbar on left. That toolbar can be moved to
    anywhere on the screen and be specialized. Colours are displayed by keeping the top of the toolbar.
    Before using pen, you can adjust the colour and shape of the pen by touching on the desired colour.
    Under the colour buttons, there is a button showing thin pin and thick pin pen and other tools. All
    drawings with thin and thick pin pens are vectorial and enhanced by real time curve fitting. You can
    chose any object drawn on or added to the screen by choosing device. So, you can move the selected
    object to anywhere on screen, resize or access the additional features to change the object.

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    There is an invisible recycle bin on bottom edge of the screen.
    This enables the shapes, visual and auditory objects to delete easily. Choose an object to delete
    via the choosing device and drop when the cleaner changes its colour and becomes apparent.

    File Options

    Antropi Teach has advanced file options. Antropi Teach can save the
    current files in its unique format (*.ants) and open the files in that format.
    Except for the ANTS, Antropi Teach supports all other common file
    formats. The files created by Antropi Teach can be exported as PDF,
    HTML, JPG, PNG, or GIF. For all supported formats, touch the export
    option in the file menu.
    Antropi Teach can import supportive materials or media files. For
    example, to add a photo, an audio file or a PDF, touch the import option
    in the file menu. The desired file can be chosen and imported via the
    opened window.
    IMPORTANT: If the file you want to import into Antropi Teach requires a
    special programme to be opened, that program should be installed in
    your computer. For example, to import a file with XLS extension, an
    office programme should be installed in your computer to open that file.
    The files studied on file menu of Antropi Teach may be printed or
    shared via e-mail. The file can be shared in the unique file format of
    Antropi Teach (*ANTS) or PDF. So, your computer should have e-mail
    requester.

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    6. CHAPTER:
    Power Management
    In this section, we will describe how you may use your power settings in most effective way. Please
    read carefully the power management instructions below. This will ensure security and best
    performance of your system.
    Following titles are covered under this section:
    Power management
    Critical points for power saving
    You can adjust your power options in Power Management under Control Panel of Windows operating
    system:

    Result

    Situation

    Shutting down the hard disk

    In case your system is unused for a given period

    Turning off the screen

    In case your system is unused for a given period

    During hibernate mode: hard
    disk, screen and temporary
    memory (ram) voltage will be
    turned off for energy saving

    In case your system is unused for a given
    period Press the power button

    During sleep mode: both hard In case your system is unused for a given
    disk and screen will be shut
    period Press the power button
    down

    Note: For more information about power management configuration, please refer to the
    relevant operating systems support pages.

    Critical points for power saving
    You may do the following to provide some additional power saving apart from your "INTERACTIVE
    BOARD" automatic power saving:
    Enabling power management
    Decreasing the screen brightness as far as possible
    Turning off the "INTERACTIVE BOARD" when it is not used

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    7. CHAPTER
    USING YOUR "INTERACTIVE BOARD" MORE EFFICIENTLY
    Paying attention to the following points with respect to your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" will provide a
    stable performance and also prolong its life. Following titles are covered under this section:
    Securing your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" Daily maintenance of your
    product

    Securing your "INTERACTIVE BOARD"
    The methods described here will help you protect your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" and your data.
    Using antivirus software
    Especially after internet and e-mails became used widespread, the computers are now harmed easily
    by viruses. It is essential and recommended to use anti-virus software in order to prevent this harm.

    Daily Maintenance
    Environmental factors

    The working temperature of "INTERACTIVE BOARD" is 20 -35 degrees (Celsius). Do not directly
    expose your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" to humidity, high temperature, fire, direct sun light and dust
    while using it. The vent holes of your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" will allow it perform safer without
    system overheating. Do not cover these holes or do not prevent air flow with an object. Please place
    "INTERACTIVE BOARD" at least 15 cm far from electrical devices generating magnetic area, as
    speakers.
    General points
    Do not put heavy objects on "INTERACTIVE BOARD". The screen is extremely sensitive and may be
    damaged.
    Never use hard cleaning materials on your screen. Do not touch the screen
    with sharp objects.
    Do not disable the “backlight” setting from power management. Its automatic turn off is one of the
    factors ensuring its long-life.
    Points to be taken into consideration while cleaning the product
    The system should be active while "INTERACTIVE BOARD" is being cleaned. Use a soft and damp
    cloth to clean the surface of product. Do not use chemical cleaners to clean the screen. To clean the
    display screen, do not use chemical cleaners. Do not apply the cleaner directly on the "INTERACTIVE
    BOARD".

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    8. PART:
    TROUBLESHOOTING
    Some troubleshooting issues are mentioned in this chapter under the following titles:
    Prior points to be cared Frequently asked
    questions
    Restarting your system

    Prior points to be controlled
    When a problem occurs, it is very important to diagnose this problem in the correctly. Try to find out
    what it is. Determine what causes the problem and under which category it falls. Please check that
    your BIOS is up-to-date and your BIOS settings are set to optimum. Check if the device settings are
    correct. Check the cable connections of your external devices. Be sure that drivers of your devices
    are installed properly. Write down the error codes and messages displayed on the screen, if possible.
    Contact technical support to get support.
    Dear Customer;
    TFT LCD Display technology is used in this product.
    In TFT-LCD products, displayed image is created by coloured light spots called pixels.
    Each pixel is composed of 3 sub-pixels [fixed colored (red, green, blue) light spots.
    Sub-pixel

    Sub-pixel

    Sub-pixel

    pixel

    The sub-pixels in question may cause “spot errors” by staying permanently on or off because of their
    production technologies. Errors that are bigger than half of a sub-pixel (>50%) are considered as "spot
    errors".
    Please take the explanation below regarding a possible sub-pixel error into consideration.
    This problem may arise during production of the product, but it may also be caused by misuse
    (pressure on the screen, operation in high temperature environments).
    There are two main sub-pixel errors.
    Type 1: Permanently on sub-pixel or pixel (may appear red, green, blue or white)
    Type 2: Permanently off sub-pixel or pixel (appears black).
    Summary table below is determined according to ISO 134062 standards for sub-pixel errors.
    Type

    Explanation
    Random (5mm or larger
    distances)
    Type1 2 adjacent sub-pixels
    3 adjacent sub-pixels
    Adjacent 4 or more pixels
    Random (5mm or larger
    distances)
    Type2 2 adjacent sub-pixels
    3 adjacent sub-pixels
    Adjacent 4 or more pixels
    Type1 and Type2 Total

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    FREQUENTLY-ASKED QUESTIONS
    Hardware problems
    Symptom: "INTERACTIVE BOARD" does not recognize the new equipment.
    Check the following:
    Check that the relevant driver is installed properly. Carefully read the explanations in the manual of the
    hardware. Ensure that all cables are connected correctly and properly. Be sure that the external
    device powered.

    Hard disk problems
    Symptom: Hard disk does not appear at Bios information.
    Check the following:
    Check that your BIOS settings are adjusted properly. Hard disk module may be malfunctioning. Consult
    technical support to get support.
    Symptom: The hard disk runs more and more slowly

    Check the following:
    Data written on your hard disk can be defragmented by the “Defragment” in the system tools under
    operating system. Performing a virus scan is also important since viruses may decrease a hard disks
    performance.
    Symptom: The numeric characters that are generally on the right of the keypad do not write.

    Check the following:
    Make sure that the "Num Lock" indicator led is on.

    Network problems:
    Symptom: The system cannot access the network
    Check the following:
    Be sure that the network driver is installed correctly. Connect the network cable properly. Check that
    your systems network settings are adjusted correctly. Make sure you enter the correct user name or
    password. Check that the correct network protocols and settings are activated. Consult the network
    manager if your problem is not solved.

    Printing problems
    Symptom : The printer
    does not work.
    Check the following:
    "Be sure that power is supplied to printer and the printer is ready" Please check that both data and
    power cords are connected properly and steadily. Check that the printer driver is installed properly.
    Reading the printer's manual at this point may be helpful. Check that the printer is properly activated
    under the operating system.

    Symptom: The printer is printing faulty characters.

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    Check the following:
    Check that its driver is properly installed and its data and power cords are properly connected.

    Software Problems
    Symptom: The appliances do not work.

    Check the following:
    Be sure that the application is installed properly. In case you receive any error messages, refer to the
    manual provided with the application. Search the error over the internet. This will give you a general
    idea about the problem.

    Sound Issues
    Symptom: There is no voice from "INTERACTIVE BOARD".
    Check the following:
    Be sure that sound volume is not low and sound is not muted. Ensure that the sound driver and its
    application is installed properly. Check that your product is not in Hibernate mode. Check cable
    connections in case you use an external speaker.

    Symptom: Recording function does not work.
    Check the following:
    Adjust playback and recording volume. Be sure that the recording source device is working properly.

    Symptom: The external microphone and audio devices do not work.
    Check the following:
    Make sure that the cables are properly and firmly connected. Check that the driver is installed. Check
    sound settings and whether the system is muted or not.

    Issues about turning on the system
    Symptom: The system cannot be opened when needed.
    Check the following:
    Be sure that power cable is connected firmly.

    USB device issues
    Symptom: USB device doesn't work
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    Check the following:
    Make sure that "the correct driver is installed for the USB device"

    Other Issues:

    Symptom: System hour and date is not correct.
    Check the following:
    You can adjust system clock and date from BIOS or operating system. If the system clock and date is
    not displaying the value you have entered every time you turn the system on, your BIOS battery may
    be dead and you may need to change it. Consult to the technical service regarding this matter.

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    Restarting the "INTERACTIVE BOARD" product
    If your "INTERACTIVE BOARD" system is frozen or stopping frequently because of an error, you
    may need to restart your system.
    In case the product does not respond to an attempt to shut down from the operating system, hold
    down the power button for 4 seconds.

    Important!
    Shutting "INTERACTIVE BOARD" down as described above results in loss of all unsaved data.

    Warning!
    This is an A class device. This device may cause radio interference in households and in similar
    places. Therefore, user shall take the required precautions.

    Specifications and this manual may be modified without prior notification.
    Complies with WEEE Regulation.
    Producing Company
    Vestel Elektronik Tic. San. A.S.
    Manisa Turkey
    Tel: +90 236 2130660

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    The lifetime of your device stated and declared by the Consumer Protection and Market Surveillance
    General Directorate under T.R. Ministry of Customs and Commerce (the period for retaining parts
    required for the proper functioning of the device) is 5 years.






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