Configure the GTN750 display

After making the necessary cable connections:

• Right-click a blank area of the desktop and choose "Display settings".
• Make sure the GTN750 display is set to "Portrait (Flipped)" mode and that the multiple displays are configured to "Extend these displays."



The GTN750 screen should now show the Windows desktop background.



Configure the TouchScreen

• We need to tell Windows which display is associated with the touch screen.
Open the Windows Control Panel - you can use the Windows logo key to bring up the search bar - type "Control Panel" and then click to open.

• Select "Hardware and Sound"

• Select "Tablet PC Settings"

• Click the Setup button.


• The following screen will appear on your primary screen...

Follow the on-screen instructions. Press [Enter] when it asks you to.

• Touch the touchscreen that is asked to touch ("Touch this screen to identify it as touchscreen"). If it is not a touchscreen, press [Enter].

• The application should close when all attached monitors are accounted for.

••Note you may need to exit the calibration window (after mapping the correct display) and reopen it for the 'Calibrate" button to be available for the target display. ( In this example, the LEN L1950wd)**

Calibrating the Touchscreen

• After mapping the proper display above click the dropdown menu and select the GTN750 or G500 display.

• After selecting the appropriate display the Calibrate button should become active. Click the Calibrate button to bring up the screen below.

• Follow the onscreen instructions and touch all points denoted by the crosshairs.

Your touchscreen is now ready to use.

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