I'm new here. First post, but long time lurker. I usually can handle most of the issues I run across without asking for help. However, this one has me stumped.
My company just purchased 6 Samsung 400UXn display wall monitors for use in our Australia installation.
They come with a proprietary Samsung CF module, with Windows XP embedded. We purchased them to run our own software, which won't on embedded as I'm sure your all aware. So I ripped out the mod, installed a 20Gig laptop HDD, and used a usb thumb drive to drop XP Pro on it. Sounds pretty straight forward to this point huh? well here comes the sticky.
It has a ATI Radeon X1200 on board GPU. That I cannot find the appropriate driver for. I know ATI has a long history of flaky drivers, but at least they work a little bit...mostly.
I've spent the last 3 days installing and uninstalling every iteration of the driver all the way back to its inception. I even reinstalled the CF mod, and looked at the driver details to get the version number...which does not exist by the way...and locate it via google-fu.
There isn't any optical drive, expansion port, or a released (accurate) spec sheet, this thing is so new.
Samsung official build date is July 31 2009..I've had it in my office for 2 weeks.
I guess my question is...can I slave the CF mod and utilize the driver that obviously exists only there? And if so how?, as I know of no adapter technology for this configuration. Single IDE port...90 degree CF module, laptop HDD 40 pin.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
R&D Jackson Digital Imaging
Edited by Aaron_M, 29 July 2009 - 11:36 PM.