Question about Compaq Presario FX700 17" CRT Monitor
This monitor came with a computer I bought years ago.
To get the USB working, you need to run a USB line from your computer to the back of the monitor. There are two connection types provided. The line provided to us when we bought the system was the more square-shaped connection on one end.
To get the sound working, you'll need to run up to two more lines.
1 stereo line with headphone-style jacks on both ends. Connect one end to the sound output jack on the back of the computer (usually light green), and the other to the RED input jack on the back of the monitor.
1 mono line with microphone-style jacks on both ends. Connect one end to the sound input jack on the back of the computer and the other to the BLUE output jack on the back of the monitor.
after that there's only the problem of amplification. On my monitor, even with the system sounds turned up to max, the output of the speakers is pretty low.
Unfortunately I no longer have a proper driver to run the front-pannel buttons (which is where I need help). there aren't any knobs on the exterior to control the width or height of the image. I believe you need the driver to access those commands. Thanks a lot Com-**** for all your proprietary B.S.
I hope this helps you.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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