Applies to
Proview 17-inch PS-769, PS-769N, PS-771, PS-772 and PS-772N Monitors

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Requirements
Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98

Author
PROVIEW ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD

FileName
proview-ps769.zip

FileSize
29.60 KB

Driver Date & Version
Mar.29, 2005 (rev. 2.04)

Description

Inside the driver zip file is the driver information (PROVIEW MONITOR PLUG & PLAY *.INF FILE FOR WINDOWS) file as well as various ICM (Image Color Management) files for supported Proview monitors.

To install the driver for your Prolink PS-769 monitor, please follow the instructions below:

Proview PS-769 Monitor Driver Installation

  1. Go to [Display Properties]. You can access this either by simply clicking the right mouse button from the desktop and selecting [Properties] or going to [Control Panel] and selecting [Monitor].
  2. Go to the [Settings] tab and select [Advanced]. It may say [Advanced Properties] or [Change Display Type] for some Win95 users.
  3. Click on the [Monitor] tab. Here it will tell you which monitor driver you are currently using, or it may say it is unknown. If it says, [Plug & Play] this should work too, but you may experience higher resolution and color using our Proview (Magview) driver.
  4. Click on [Change]. This is to change the monitor driver. Windows may start to build a driver information database, which is o.k. If this happens, click [Next] until you can see a button that says [Have Disk].
  5. Click on [Have Disk]. This is to load the driver proview2.04.inf from your hard drive. This file is most likely on your hard drive under C:/proview-ps769 which was created by the self-extracting/executing file you downloaded.
  6. Click on [Browse]. You should see a box that says [Install From Disk]. Windows 95 may differ slightly.
  7. Find our [proview2.02.inf] file, select it and click [OK]. This file should be in your [C:/proview-ps769] directory.
  8. You will be returned to [Install From Disk] Click [OK]. This should bring up a list of Proview (or Magview) Drivers.
  9. Highlight the Proview (or Magview) driver that matches your monitors product number. Click [OK] or [Next] all the way through, then click [Finish]. Windows may build a driver database file. This will take a few seconds if it does. After its done, it will bring you back to [Advanced] in [Display Properties].
  10. In [Advanced] click [Apply]. It will ask you if you wish to restart your computer or apply the setting without restarting. (Your choice - PICK ONE). If you choose to restart your computer, the new driver will take place automatically.
  11. If you choose to apply new settings without restarting your computer, it will pop up a few boxes asking you if this is OK. Click [OK] on all the boxes. The new settings should take place and you will be returned to [Display Properties]. From here, if you wish to resize your screen or change the number of colors you want to use, click on the [Settings] tab and select your choices accordingly.
  12. Lastly it is recommended that you reboot your computer so all the changes can take affect.

Proview PS-769 Driver

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