If You’re NOT USED TO Windows XP

If You’re NOT USED TO Windows XP

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You must be able to select appropriate types of application software and choose between different packages. It is not necessary at this time to find out about networks, nevertheless, you do need to understand the difference between solitary user and multi-user os. You will learn about the procedures involved in system set up and the need to work in a safe, controlled environment. You might gain working experience of installation by establishing a stand-alone computer system.

Monitor: Your monitor should be operated in subdued light; strong direct light ought never to reach the display, your screen adaptor software should be arranged to 24 or 32 little-bit colors (True Color). To start to see the environment, right-click on the Windows wallpaper (the background outside any open up windows), click on Properties then, Settings. Set the ‘contrast’, which is also called ‘picture’ on some displays to its midpoint.

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You need to choose the type of monitor you want to use. 1. Go through the Start button, then click Control Panel, click Printers and Faxes then, then click Add Printer. 2. A new Add Printer Wizard window opens. Click Next to start. 3. Select Local computer printer mounted on this computer. Make sure Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer is NOT checked.

4. Click Next to keep Then. 6. Beside Type of Port, click on the down arrow, select Standard TCP/IP Slot then. 7. Click Next to continue. 8. A fresh Add Printer Port Wizard will open. Click Next to continue. 9. You must now type your printer’s IP in the Printer Name or IP Address field.

10. The Port Name will be stuffed when you enter the IP Address automatically. Usually do not change the Port Name. 11. Click Next to continue. 12. IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS, you will notice the screen on the right then. This means that the IP Address for the printer isn’t on the network. Select the Back button and make sure you entered the correct IP Address.

Check to see that your computer network printer is powered on and shows a ‘ready’ position. 13. IF YOU DID NOT HAVE PROBLEMS, Windows XP will scan the network to find your printer’s IP. This may have a few seconds. Select Finish to keep. Normally, you won’t have to improve this selection.

15. OPTIONAL: If your printer is outlined but you have more than one printer model to choose from, please select the model with PS, if available. 16. In case your network printing device isn’t recognized, select the Windows Update button to find the proper software drivers. Note: If your printing device is not automatically recognized using Windows Update, please call your Help Desk.