Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Sampo Technology Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1421 bytes
Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98 Gold, Windows 95B, Windows 95A, Windows NT 4.0
Latest Version / Release Date: 7.469 / 08/26/2002
The device driver supported by the AlphaScan 711U monitor is capable of permitting all programs and the operating system platform using it to correctly recognize its presence once it is connected to the computer system. This 15 inch CRT monitor’s configuration settings can be accurately set by the programs and operating system that needs its functions when the device driver is installed. The monitor device can be configured to its maximum display resolution but it will however depend on the capabilities of the graphics card that the machine uses. Utilizing the AlphaScan 711U monitor’s maximum display resolution will provide users with more crisp and vibrant images and details with only hints of flicker. This monitor device’s driver acts as a translator between the AlphaScan 711U monitor and the programs and/or operating system needing its functions since it can send and receive. commands from the monitor to the programs or system and vice versa.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The AlphaScan 711U is a 15 inch CRT or cathode ray tube monitor device is capable of displaying images that are generated by the computer system with the aid of its device driver. This monitor has a high contrast ratio that is even higher than those generated by the more advanced plasma and LCD displays. It has a high speed response, low black level, wide gamut and great additive color. It has near zero distortion of saturation, color, brightness or contrast, has a wide viewing angle and no input lag. The CRT in CRT monitors is actually the picture tube of the monitor. The tube’s back part has a cathode that is negatively charged. Electrons are shot by electron guns down the tube and then to the charged screen. The screen will then be coated with patterns of phosphor dots that will glow when it is struck by electron streams. A pixel comprising of 3 dots will then materialize which when grouped together by tens of thousands will form an image. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AlphaScan 711U errors before installing any driver updates.