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    Samsung 400DXn Graphics Driver

    Hi There,

    We are having a graphics driver issue upgrading from MagicNet to MagicInfo.

    Basically the digital display is fitted with an ATI Radeon X1200, but the drivers will not take!

    Anyone out there with similar issues?

    It is a Samsung 400DXn we bought about a year ago, so it's not even that old

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    Are you using the EWF Manager to commit any changes you make to XP?

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    I have not heard of that software, i am finding samsung support very much the opposite!

    Where could i download it, if it is on the system already then where can i find it?

    Cheers

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    EWF Manager is part of the embeded XP installation.

    EWF Manager Commands

    You'll need to disable it, make your changes and the re-enable it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYSMAN_MK View Post
    EWF Manager is part of the embeded XP installation.

    EWF Manager Commands

    You'll need to disable it, make your changes and the re-enable it.
    Thanks, thats saved me some hair loss!!

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    you could also consider reimaging the display with the latest version of the OS for that screen, which I recently did to help a local school, I've copied the email here for you as you might find it useful.

    1. Prepare a USB memory having more 800MB volume, and then make it bootable.
    Most of USB vendors provide their own way to make bootable USB. You can download and use the HPUSB application which is available from samsung-fix.com - /dssc/usb/. When making the USB bootable please select the DosWin98se as booting platform

    2. Copy the DOS OS Image files and the SFIM.exe program to USB. You can find the OS Image at the bottom of this e-mail for your LFD screen.

    3. Change Boot order in BIOS. On booting period, press F2 and enter the BIOS screen.->Select the Boot menu and enable the USB Boot First, and then select Save and Exit in the Exit menu

    4. to recover OS use command: sfim /r:1 "imagefilename".sfi /s

    5. to backup OS use: sfim /b:1 "imagefile".sfi

    6. Recover the Boot Order in Bios. Enter the Bios menu and disable the USB Boot First and then select Save and Exit

    To download the image file for 400DXn please use URL: http://www.samsung-fix.com/dssc/images/4046_Dxn_New.zip

    All necessary files you can find here: samsung-fix.com - /dssc/usb/
    hp_usbfw.exe – to create bootable USB
    DosWin98se.zip – MS DOC files

    Simon

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