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the prep school I support have been having issues calibrating, and more importantly retaining the calibration settings on ...
24th January 2013, 04:26 PM #1
SMART Whiteboard Calibration issues on Win7
the prep school I support have been having issues calibrating, and more importantly retaining the calibration settings on Win 7 machines.
However it seems to work OK if the calibration is done by a user with admin rights to the PC. Does the board save the information somewhere a general user doens't have access to?
(Unfortunalty I'm not at the site and don't have access to a smart board to do a lot of checking... )
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24th January 2013, 06:55 PM #2
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We used a script to edit a registry entry to deal with this problem. Not in work right now to find it for you but I will try to remember in the morning if nobody else has helped.
24th January 2013, 07:55 PM #3
Don't think it's changed much but this explains a bit more (for XP, think locations are sameish though)
Originally Posted by Stuart_C
Changing Registry Permissions in Windows 2000 and XP Operating Systems (077604) - SMART Technologies
Obviously would be more advisable to do GPO, rather than manual but hey
Thanks to Steve21 from:
Stuart_C (12th February 2013)
25th January 2013, 01:44 PM #4
Are using using the latest version of the driver?
Have you updated the firmware for the board.
Are you using a usb extender?
Is the usb lead a long way from the board?
Have you tried another computer with the board?
12th February 2013, 10:50 AM #5
Cheers for the responses
It looks like its down to registry security, love it when you have to alter that for software to work!
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