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ITS Help Desk @ the Manila Campus,
Rm. 305, Gokongwei Hall, De La Salle University, 2401 Taft Avenue, 1004 Manila, Philippines

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ITS Help Desk @ the Makati Extension Campus (MEC),
5/F, RCBC Plaza Tower II, 6819 Ayala Avenue, 1200 Makati City, Philippines

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ITS Help Desk @ the Science and Technology Complex (STC),
W401, Milagros del Rosario Building, LTI Spine Road, Brgys. Binan and Malamig, Binan, Laguna 4024, Philippines

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Using the Wireless Presenter

  • Turn thin client ON by pressing the power button once.

    press power button once

  • Eject the USB receiver from the wireless presentation remote.


    eject usb receiver
    Note: The USB receiver is located at the bottom of the wireless presentation remote. To eject, push the USB receiver and pull on snap.
  • Plug the USB receiver into the thin client USB port.

    plug into usb port

Important:After use, unplug the USB receiver from the thin client and attach it securely back into the wireless presentation remote.

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Using the Projector

A. With Thin Client and Remote Control

    Turn the main projector switch ON

  • Turn thin client ON by pressing the power button once.

    press power button once

    The Desktop will be displayed.

    desktop is displayed


  • Shut down the computer after your session. Aim the remote control at the projector and turn it OFF by pressing the power button twice.

    remote

  • Shut down the computer after your session. Aim the remote control at the projector and turn it OFF by pressing the power button twice.

    shut down



B. With Thin Client and Virtual Remote Control

If you do not have a remote control, you can use the Virtual Remote Tool software installed in the thin client.


  • Turn thin client ON by pressing the power button once.

    press power button once

    When Windows starts, the Virtual Remote Control will be displayed.

    desktop is displayed

    If it doesn't, double click the Virtual Remote Tool icon on the desktop.

    virtual remote tool icon

    If it gives you a message that says "A connection could not be verified for any projector", press the Reconnect button until it connects.

    A connection could not be verified for any projector

    To hide the Virtual Remote Control, right click the Virtual Remote Tool icon at the notification bar of your desktop and select Hide Remote Control.

    hide the Virtual Remote Control

    To show the Virtual Remote Control, right click the Virtual Remote Tool icon at the notification bar of your desktop and select Show Remote Control.

    show the Virtual Remote Control

  • After use, click the OFF button of the Virtual Remote Control twice.

    Virtual Remote Control

  • Shut down the computer after your session.

    shut down




C. With a Laptop and Virtual Remote Control

Note: A VGA cable is necessary.



  • Turn thin client ON by pressing the power button once.

    press power button once

    When your OS starts, the Virtual Remote Control will be displayed.

    desktop is displayed

    If it doesn’t, double click the Virtual Remote Tool icon on the desktop.

    virtual remote tool icon

    If it gives you a message that says "A connection could not be verified for any projector", press the Reconnect button until it connects.

    A connection could not be verified for any projector

    To hide the Virtual Remote Control, right click the Virtual Remote Tool icon at the notification bar of your desktop and select Hide Remote Control.

    hide the Virtual Remote Control

    To show the Virtual Remote Control, right click the Virtual Remote Tool icon at the notification bar of your desktop and select Show Remote Control.

    show the Virtual Remote Control

  • Plug one end of the VGA cable to the VGA port of the Audio/Video output plate (A/V plate) and the other end to the laptop.

    VGA cable to A/V plate

    VGA cable to laptop

  • Turn the laptop ON.
  • Click the Computer 2 button of the Virtual Remote Control.

    Virtual Remote Control

    If it gives you a message that says "There is no response from the projector", click OK and press the Computer 2 button until the desktop is displayed.

    If the projector does not display anything, or only displays the DLSU logo, set the laptop into Dual Display Mode by pressing the display function keys on your laptop. To know the display function key combination for your laptop, refer to the table below.

    Function Keys

    Brand of Laptop

    Fn + F2

    MS

    Fn + F3

    NEC, Panasonic, SOTEC, MITSUBISHI, Everex

    Fn + F4

    HP, Gateway

    Fn + F5

    ACER, TOSHIBA, SHARP, SOTEC

    Fn + F7

    SONY, IBM, LENOVO, HITACHI

    Fn + F8

    DELL, ASUS, EPSON, HITACHI

    Fn + F10

    FUJITSU


  • After use, click the OFF button of the Virtual Remote Control twice.

    Virtual Remote Control

  • Shut down the computer after your session.

    shut down



D. With a Laptop and Remote Control

Note: A VGA cable is necessary.

  • Plug one end of the VGA cable to the VGA port of the Audio/Video output plate (A/V plate) and the other end to the laptop.

    VGA cable to A/V plate

    VGA cable to laptop

  • Aim the remote control at the projector and press the power button once to turn it ON.

    Virtual Remote Control

  • Turn the laptop ON.
  • Aim the remote control at the projector and press the Computer 2 button.

    Virtual Remote Control

    If the projector does not display anything, or only displays the DLSU logo, set the laptop into Dual Display Mode by pressing the display function keys on your laptop. To know the display function key combination for your laptop, refer to the table below.

    Function Keys

    Brand of Laptop

    Fn + F2

    MS

    Fn + F3

    NEC, Panasonic, SOTEC, MITSUBISHI, Everex

    Fn + F4

    HP, Gateway

    Fn + F5

    ACER, TOSHIBA, SHARP, SOTEC

    Fn + F7

    SONY, IBM, LENOVO, HITACHI

    Fn + F8

    DELL, ASUS, EPSON, HITACHI

    Fn + F10

    FUJITSU


  • Shut down the computer after your session. Aim the remote control at the projector and turn it OFF by pressing the power button twice.

    Virtual Remote Control





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Using the Speakers

  • Turn the main speaker switch ON.

    Turn the main projector switch ON

  • Check whether the audio cable is properly connected to the headphone/speaker port of the thin client (or laptop). The headphone/speaker port is located at the front of the thin client.

    headphone/speaker port

  • Check whether the audio cable is properly connected to the Audio/Video output plate (A/V plate). The Audio/Video output plate (A/V plate) is located at the left or right side of the containing cabinet.

    headphone/speaker port

  • Turn the main speaker switch OFF after use.

    Turn the main projector switch ON

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Accessing your personal folder in the DLSU Network

  • On the Desktop, double-click the 'My Network Folder' icon.

    my network folder icon

  • On the window that appears, select your college from the drop-down menu. Supply your MLS user name and MLS password.

    connect to network form

  • You will be prompted if you have successfully connected to your network folder. Click on OK.

    successfully connected

  • A window showing your network folder will now appear.
    Note: You may also access your network folder by going to 'My Computer' and double-clicking Drive Z.

Important: Please do not forget to shut down the computer after your session. Otherwise, your network folder and the files contained in it may be accessible to the next user.

Files saved in the thin client will automatically be deleted upon reboot. If you need to present the same file on a different session, you may save your file to your personal folder in the DLSU network instead. With an active My.LaSalle account, you may access your network folder through the thin client.

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