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  1. USBMonitor

    samsung spf-72h display panel stuck

    I am now trying to play a little at the update frequency. Now set it to 1200ms, if necessary I will increase it step by step by 100ms.
  2. USBMonitor

    samsung spf-72h display panel stuck

    I screwed on the case of my SPD-72H and exposed the circuit board. You can touch the chips with your bare hand without any risk of burning. I am convinced that the problem is not caused by overheating. Too bad, I think the SPF-72H should be on the list of non-functioning picture frames.
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    Item Type: Sensor item / Bar / Horizontal

    I can only display the loading bars lying down, I would like to rotate them 90°.
  4. USBMonitor

    Share your SensorPanel

    Really good Templates to see here. This is aktually mine: Resolution 800x480.rslcd
  5. Hi, I'm about to set up an LCD element. What I miss most of all is the one under the Item Type: Sensor item / Bar The Horizontal Alignment. Did I not see that or is it just not doable?
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    samsung spf-72h display panel stuck

    I also have a SPF-72H (LP07CELSS). After a firmware update to 1012 everything worked fine. No overheating (display refreshes every 1.1 seconds). Is it possible to shorten the interval or is it already completely exhausted? Very important info for all. Do NOT install Samsung Frame Manager for Vista 64-bit v2.00 on Windows 10 64Bit v1809 (Build 17763.292) on any CASE. You will get a BSOD and you will have to reinstall the operating system. Edit: I noticed that the SPF-72H hangs at irregular intervals. When the case arrives you have to switch it off and on again so that it continues to run properly. But I don't find the frame to be above average warm. I am therefore not very sure that it is due to overheating.
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