Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 120 KB
Operating System: Windows 98, NT, XP, Vista and ME
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.2 / 05 Jun 2009
The Envision EFT7x0 Series drivers cater for LCD monitors manufactured by Envision and equipped with VESA DDC1 and DDC 2B capabilities. The VESA capabilities allow the monitor to communicate with the host system about its identity and display capabilities. DDC1 and DDC2B refer to the two levels of communication channels used by the monitor. The DDC1 level is a unidirectional channel that transfers data from the monitor to the host machine. The DDC2B on the other hand is a bi-directional channel, which transports data based on a defined I2C protocol. The host computer usually uses the DDC2B level to request EDID information whenever the need arises. The Envision EFT7x0 Series monitors require a video input signal to be operational. This means that whenever there is no video input signal, the Envision EFT7x0 Series monitors switches to a power saving mode.
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
Although the Envision EFT7x0 Series monitors are plug and play compatible, one should check the conformity of the PC system to the P&P; standards. Usually, if the PC does not support P&P;, one will need to install the device drivers for the monitors to assume full functions. Sometimes, an additional video card installed on the system may inhibit the plug and play functions if it does not support the same. Problems in the display of the Envision EFT7x0 Series monitor may occur from a bent D-15 pin in the video cable. The absence of updated drivers can also amount to display problems. The drivers are usually provided on the purchase package, but can also be downloaded from www.envisiondisplay.com . Fuzzy images on the Envision EFT7x0 Series monitors should be adjusted using the brightness and contrast buttons on the lower part of the monitors. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Envision EFT7x0 Series errors before installing any driver updates.