SAMSUNG UN40JU7500F LED TV TREIBER WINDOWS 8
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SAMSUNG UN40JU7500F LED TV DRIVER
Go to the menu again, as above, but this time choose the "System" menu. Now navigate to "Smart Control Settings" Select firmware update. This will also require a network connection, and should be quick. It makes no sense to me why this wouldn't just be on by default, but I didn't design Samsung UN40JU7500F LED TV thing Navigate to the menu again, like we did above, but this time select the "Picture" menu, and then scroll down to the second page, and select the "picture options" menu. You will be greeted by the options below: This will restart your TV. Samsung UN40JU7500F LED TV that performs image processing on the computer output before it hits your screen is going to take time, and this will directly translate to input lag, and we don't like input lag, so any unnecessary image processing needs to go off.
If the CPU is busy doing other stuff it might just slow down the processing of your image, and we have more of the dreaded input lag.
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So, lets start with the Picture menu you should know how to get here by now If you Samsung UN40JU7500F LED TV down to the second page, the things we are interested in start popping up: Lets start with 3D. I believe this is disabled by default, but lets just make sure it's set to "off" Back to the main menu again, and it is time to navigate to the "Smart Hub" menu.
This one is important. Smart hub is what Samsung calls its smart TV entertainment apps platform. Make sure app auto update is off, so it doesn't start messing with you in the middle of doing something, and also disable Auto-Start. Don't worry, you can still Samsung UN40JU7500F LED TV it by pressing the colorful "Smart hub" button on your remote, even when auto-start is disabled, it just takes a tiny bit longer. At least this way it doesn't load every time you turn the screen on, pop up in your face, and hang out in the background doing stuff, and slowing the screen down.
Now let's go back to the main menu, and navigate down to Samsung UN40JU7500F LED TV "System" menu. Scroll down until you see "ECO Solution" and select this menu. Here I have disabled everything except "No signal power off". Firstly the ECO auto sensor is highly annoying when it randomly changes brightness on you, especially when you have multiple monitors, and now the brightness is suddenly very different between your screens. It also might just use some CPU cycles, so I'd rather have it off. Lets return to the system menu, and now move down to the "General" menu. We'll come back to "Game Mode" later, lets just turn everything here off for now. The light effect is subjective, but I prefer to not have a LED shining in my face when I am looking at the screen, so I have it set to only come on when the TV is in standby mode.
We want to make sure we set this up before we set up any picture settings on the TV, as the TV tries to be smart, and can tell when we've changed things, and will identify the changed output settings as a different device, and use a different picture mode profile. If we change the picture mode settings first, we will lose them all, and have to do them again. Now is as good a time as any to make sure you Samsung UN40JU7500F LED TV fairly recent Nvidia drivers.
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Once installed, pull up your Nvidia settings and go to the "Change Resolution" tab. You'll want to choose x as your resolution, and 60hz as your refresh rate.
These might already be selected. Next we want to make sure that our output color is correct.
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Once setting RGB and Full in windows we will need to make sure that we have also set the correct "Full" level in the TV, or the colors will be Samsung UN40JU7500F LED TV. I will cover this below in the "Setting up PC mode" section. Once the settings are applied, we can move on to our picture settings, and not worry about having to redo anything.
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