Tip & How-To about Fujitsu Plasmavision 42" TV
At http://www.plasmavision.com/tech_faq.htm the following answer is not exactly true:
Q: I'm running Windows XP on my Plasmavision display. Can you please send
me, or tell me where I can download, the video drivers for this model?
A: Video drivers are part of the video card installed in your computer, rather than the monitor showing the computer's images. Please check with your video card manufacturer. All Fujitsu displays are Plug-N-Play devices, so there are no drivers available.
For the PDS4203-WH circa 1999, there was an optional video card based on an S-3 ViRGE chipset that allowed you to connect your computer to the display and get the best use of the 852 (H) x 480 (V) display. Without this, almost all video cards fail to display fonts so that they are perfectly legible, which can be quite problematic, lol. Hopefully, this problem was resolved in later models, and they truly are Plug n Play.
Back in the day, this was a great monitor for playing video games. Outcast, from Infogrames, was gorgeous.
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