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  • Brand: LG
  • Product: Desktop
  • Model/name: 22CV241-W
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English

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Installation Guide
LG Chromebase
Read the safety precautions carefully before using the product.
LG Chromebase Model List
22CV241
P/NO : MFL68300510(1405-REV01)
Printed in China
*MFL68300510*
MFL68300501
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CONTENTS
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3	 Instruction and Notices
3	 Using the Product Correctly
3	 Replacing Flash Memory Battery
4	 Important Safety Precautions
12	 Assembling and Preparing
12	 Product Components
13	 Product Operating Environment
13	Installation
17	 Moving the Product and Precautions
18	 Component Names and Functions
21	 Connecting the Power
21	 Connecting the Keyboard / Mouse
22	 Turning on Power
22	 Turning off Power
23	 Front Panel of the Product
24	 Using Chrome OS
24	 What is Google Chrome?
25	 Initial Setting and Logging In
29	 Start Screen
30	 Set up Wake On LAN (WOL)
36	 Power Management
37	 Using the Monitor
37	 Connecting the HDMI Cable
37	 To Read the User's Guide
38	 Product Specifications
41	Troubleshooting
41	 Chrome OS Troubleshooting
42	 Monitor Troubleshooting
WARNING:This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or
other reproductive harm. Washhandsafterhandling.
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Instruction and Notices
Using the Product Correctly
Maintaining the correct posture while using this product can alleviate eye strain and allow more comfortable use.
Refer to the following to use the product in the correct posture.

1.	 The screen should be slightly below eye level. (The monitor angle may be adjusted from -5 ° to 25 °.)
2.	 Adjust the screen to eliminate glare.
3.	 Straighten your neck and back.
4.	 Keep your hands, wrists, and arms level.
5.	 Adjust the height of your chair to have your hands and arms at a suitable position for using the keyboard.
Replacing Flash Memory Battery
The flash memory battery, when LG Chromebase is turned off, works to keep the date and time data. The flash
memory battery is a consumable part.
y
y
y
y It is recommended that the flash memory battery should be replaced at LG Electronics Service Center.
y
y Using a non-compliant battery may cause a failure.
y
y If a failure is caused by the user who replaced the part, it is excluded from the warranty service.
y
y If you leave the product disconnected to the power for a long time, the flash memory may be discharged.
This case is excluded from the warranty service.
CAUTION
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Important Safety Precautions
Please avoid any undesirable environmental factor that shortens the machine’s life span. Use the machine in a safe
and stable place.
Installation
WARNING
!
Do not use the LG
Chromebase in damp places
like a laundry room or
bathroom.
y
y Moisture may cause a glitch
or an electric shock.
Dispose of the wrapping
plastic properly.
y
y The wrapping plastic may
cause suffocation.
y
y If a child eats it by mistake,
forcehim/hertovomitimme-
diately and take him/her to
the hospital.
Ensure that the end of the
LG Chromebase bottom will
not protrude towards the
front, when installing it on a
cabinet or shelf.
y
y The LG Chromebase may get
out of the center of gravity
and fall, resulting in injury or
destruction.
y
y The cabinet or self should fit
the size of the product.
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Do not leave any object
nearer than 6 inches (15 cm)
from the LG Chromebase.
y
y Otherwise, lack of ventila-
tion could overheat the LG
Chromebase from inside and
you could get a burn from
the heat.
y
y The LG Chromebase may
cause a burn. (especially,
babies, infants, aged and
patients need to be more
careful.)
Do not place the LG
Chromebase in a closed
place, such as bookshelf or
closet, on a carpet or sitting
cushion.
y
y The product may get heated
from the inside and result
in a fire.
Do not place the LG
Chromebase on a place
which can be reached by oil
or steam, such as cooking
table or humidifier.
y
y An electric shock or fire may
occur.
Use the LG Chromebase in a
dust-free environment.
y
y Otherwise, the system may
not function properly.
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CAUTION
!
Do not store or use the LG
Chromebase near a magnetic
object (i.e. a bag with a
magnetic object, a diary, a
wallet, a memo board, high-
powered speakers, a bracelet,
or etc.).
y
y Otherwise, the SSD and the
system may be damaged and
fail to operate properly.
Never place the LG
Chromebase on a bag with
magnetic objects including
magnetic buttons.
y
y Otherwise, the SSD and the
system may be damaged and
fail to operate properly.
Operate the LG Chromebase
in a place without
electromagnetic interference.
y
y Keep a proper distance
between the LG Chromebase
and such electronic appli-
ances as speakers that gener-
ate strong magnetic fields.
y
y Otherwise, data may be lost
from the SSD or the LCD may
show impaired coloration.
Place the LG Chromebase in
a safe place so that it does
not fall.
y
y If dropped, the machine
could be damaged and even
cause an injury.
Do not put any heavy object
on the LG Chromebase.
y
y If falling, the object could
damage the LG Chromebase
and cause an injury.
y
y Spread a soft cloth on the
floor to protect the screen
(panel) when connecting the
stand base.
Using an AC Adapter
WARNING
!
Do not bend the power cable
for AC adaptor too much.
y
y Otherwise, the wires inside
the cable may break and
cause an electric shock or an
electrical fire.
y
y Do not use loose plugs or
damaged power cords.
y
y An electric shock or fire may
occur.
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Do not touch the power cord
with your hands wet.
y
y Otherwise, an electric shock
may occur.
Pull the plug, not the cord,
to disconnect the power.
y
y Otherwise, a fire may occur
or the LG Chromebase may
get damaged.
Operate the product at the
proper voltage.
y
y Excessive voltage may result
in damage on the product,
electric shock or fire.
Use power outlets with
an earth pin installed and
proper supply of rated
electricity.
y
y An electric leakage may
cause an electric shock or fire.
Plug the power cord tightly
into the outlet.
y
y Loose connection of the
power cord could cause a fire.
y
y If the cord pins are wet or
dusted, dry them sufficiently
or remove the dust before
use.
y
y If the holes of the electric
outlet are loose, do not use it.
In the case that a strange
noise is heard from the
cord or plug, disconnect the
power cord from the outlet
immediately and contact the
service center.
y
y A fire or electric shock may
occur.
Never disassemble the power
supply and adapter.
y
y A damaged power cord may
cause an electric shock or fire.
Use a socket with an earth
pin equipped.
y
y If not earthed, the product
may cause an electric shock
and get damaged.
Ensure that the power outlet
is earthed before plugging
in.
y
y Otherwise, an electric shock
from power leakage may
occur.
Always keep the power cord
and the outlet clean.
y
y A fire may occur.
Do not impair the cord by
bending or pressing it too
hard. Keep children and pets
from damaging the power
cord.
y
y An impaired cord could dam-
age the LG Chromebase parts
causing a fire or an electric
shock.
Disconnect the LG
Chromebase completely from
others before cleaning it.
y
y Otherwise, an electric shock
may occur.
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Instruction and Notices
Do not insert a metal
chopstick or other
conductors into a hole of the
outlet when the power cable
is connected to the outlet.
Do not touch the plug right
after disconnecting it from
the outlet.
y
y Otherwise, an electric shock
may occur.
Please use the power
adapter and cord certified by
LG Electronics.
y
y Using a non-certified product
may result in a fire and
electric shock.
y
y Disconnect the power cable
if you want zero power con-
sumption.
y
y The system may malfunction.
Using the LG Chromebase
WARNING
!
Clean the LG Chromebase
with a proper agent and dry
it completely before using it
again.
y
y If the LG Chromebase is wet
while used, an electric shock
or fire may occur.
When lightning flashes
in your area, disconnect
the power, LAN and other
connections.
y
y An electric shock or fire may
occur.
Do not leave a cup or other
containers filled with liquids
near the LG Chromebase.
y
y In the case that liquid goes
inside the LG Chromebase,
a fire or electric shock may
occur.
If you have dropped or
damaged the LG Chromebase,
disconnect the power and
contact the local service
center for a safety check.
y
y If a damaged LG Chromebase
remains in service, an electric
shock or fire may occur.
Do not put a lit candle or
live cigarette on the LG
Chromebase.
y
y A fire may occur.
y
y If you have contacted the
liquid from the LCD panel,
immediately wash the sub-
stance away with water and
consult a physician.
If you smell or see smoke
from the LG Chromebase,
stop using the LG
Chromebase and disconnect
the power before contacting
the local service center.
y
y A fire may occur.
Do not play online games
excessively.
y
y Playing an online game for
an extensive time may cause
a mental disorder. It could
even inflict physical impair-
ments on invalids, children,
and the elderly.
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If you use the LG
Chromebase for a long
period of time, you may be
stressed physically.
y
y You should rest for 10 min-
utes per hour of usage.
y
y Do not use the LG Chrome-
base more than two hours a
day (recommended).
y
y Take a rest regularly and relax
your muscles by stretching
lightly.
y
y Flickering or patterned
images may cause a seizure.
If you have a history of
epilepsy or seizure, consult
your doctor before watching
3D video.
CAUTION
!
Do not press or scratch
the LCD panel with a sharp
object.
y
y It may cause impairment.
Solid State Disk damage and
data loss may occur when:
y
y External shocks are inflicted
on the machine while disas-
sembling or installing it.
To clean the LCD screen
and the front frame, use
designated agents and soft
cloth and rub the screen to
one side.
y
y Too much force may damage
the screen.
y
y If the cloth is too wet, you
may have strains.
Please ask one of our service
technicians to check the
operational state after your
LG Chromebase has been
repaired.
y
y Otherwise, an electric shock
or fire may occur.
For minors, we recommend a
program that blocks access
to illegal or pornographic
web sites.
y
y Minors’exposure to adult-
only contents may inflict
psychological instability or
even trauma on them.Take
an extra precaution for your
children if the whole family is
using this machine.
Keep the LG Chromebase
away from heat-emitting
devices such as a heater.
y
y The LG Chromebase may be
deformed or catch on fire.
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Instruction and Notices
Do not insert other devices
than designated ones in the
ports.
y
y Otherwise, the LG Chrome-
base may be damaged.
Do not block the ventilation
hole with any object.
y
y Otherwise, an electric shock
may occur.
Turn off the LG Chromebase
if you are not going to use it
for an extended time period.
y
y Due to heating, spark and/
or insulation deterioration
caused by stacked dust,
you may have short circuit,
electrical shock, and fire.
y
y As the adapter can be hot,
do not touch it with bare skin
while using it.
Before using the headset,
check if the volume is too
high.
y
y Do not use the headset too
long.
y
y A headphone that has a
resistance higher than 20 Ω
can cause electromagnetic
interference.Therefore, we
recommend you to use a
headphone that has a resis-
tance less than 20 Ω.
If you smell gas, never touch
the electric outlet and open
the window for ventilation.
y
y An electric shock or fire may
occur.
Ensure that no child will
hang or ride on the installed
product.
y
y They could fall or tumble,
resulting in an injury.
Do not disassemble, repair,
or revamp the product.
y
y An electric shock or fire may
occur.
y
y If you need a checking,
adjustment, or repair, contact
the service center.
y
y If you replace a part yourself,
the product may not work
properly.
If you drop the product, or
the case is destroyed, turn
off and unplug the product.
y
y An electric shock or fire may
occur.
y
y Contact the service center.
Do not spray water directly
on the body nor use the
combustible substances
(thinner or benzene) to clean
the product.
y
y An electric shock or fire may
occur.
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y
y The main power cut-off de-
vice is the power cord, which
should be placed in a loca-
tion you can easily access.
If the product is out of order,
for example, with blank
screen or no sound, do not
use it.
y
y Turn off and unplug the
product immediately and
contact the service center.
y
y An electric shock or fire may
occur.
Contact the seller or service
center once a year to consult
with them regarding the
internal cleaning.
y
y If dust builds up over time
inside the product, it may
result in a fire or failure.
Refer to the guide to set up
the resolution and frequency
to fit the product.
y
y You may have poor eyesight.
y
y The LCD is a product
composed of millions of
pixels and requires highly
advanced technologies.You
may have a few pixel spots
(red, green, white and black)
on the screen.This is usual
on the LCD and unrelated to
the product performance. It is
not a defect.
y
y The LCD may have different
level of brightness and tones
of color on the right, left,
upper and lower parts of
it, depending the viewing
angle.This is usual on the
LCD and unrelated to the
product performance. It is
not a defect.
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To minimize data loss
resulting from Solid State
Disk damage, back up
important data frequently.
y
y The manufacturer is not
responsible for any data loss.
Do not disconnect the power
cord while using the LG
Chromebase.
y
y The LG Chromebase may be
damaged by an electrical
shock.
Do not plug or unplug the
product to turn on or off the
product (do not use the plug
as a power switch.).
y
y Otherwise, an electric shock
or impairment may occur.
y
y Avoid touching the screen. It
can be easily damaged.
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Instruction and Notices
y
y Spilling a liquid like coffee or
juice on the keyboard may
cause a fault, malfunction, or
electric shock.
y
y The keys may not work prop-
erly when you use several
keys at the same time while
playing a PC game. (Please
change the key combination
settings according to the
combinations necessary for
the game play.)
Do not put in metals, such as
coins, hair pins, or other iron,
and combustible substances
such as paper or matches.
y
y Especially, warn the children
against the above behavior.
y
y An electric shock or fire may
occur.
y
y If a foreign substance gets in
the product, disconnect the
power cord and contact the
service center.
Do not use the product
near other electronics such
as microwave, TV set or
refrigerator.
y
y Connectivityandscreenqual-
ity may be affected.
Carrying the LG Chromebase
CAUTION
!
Before carrying the machine,
turn off the power and
disconnect all the cables.
y
y Otherwise, you may trip over
the wire, damaging the LG
Chromebase and getting an
injury.
Protect the machine from
any shock while carrying it.
y
y System damage or an injury
may result.
y
y Save the box.
y
y When you move the product,
use this box.
y
y The product is heavy.To
unpack or move the product,
do not do it by yourself.You
must do it with another
person at least.
y
y Otherwise, the product
would result in an injury or
be damaged.
y
y Before using the product that
was once dropped, contact
the service center as it may
result in an electric shock
or a fire.
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Assembling and Preparing
Product Components
Before using the product, check that it comes with all the specified components.
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y
y
y The product color and components may vary depending upon the model and are subject to change without
prior notice for performance improvement.
y
y The power cable and AC adapter may differ depending upon your country.
y
y HDMI cables are not provided with the product.
NOTE
Installation Guide
LG Chromebase
Read the safety
precaut
ions carefull
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using
the produc
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Main body
Installation guide
and Cards
6 Screws
(M4 x 10)
Stand body
Regulations and
Safety Notices
Keyboard
Stand base
AC Adapter
Mouse
Stand cap
Power cable
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Product Operating Environment
The monitor must be installed on a flat surface. It is recommended to leave space around the product as shown
below.
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Installation
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y
y
y Wear gloves to protect your hands while installing the product.
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION
!
Assembling the Stand
1.	 Slide and attach the stand base into the stand body in the direction pointed by an arrow.
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2.	 Tighten the 3 screws provided in the package to secure the Stand Body and Stand Base in place.
size: M4 x 10
3.	 To disassemble the stand, repeat the process in reversed order.
Assembling the Body with the Stand
y
y
y
y Assembling the body and stand on the desk or other high places can run the risk of dropping the product on
the floor.
y
y Watch out for any dust or debris where you assemble the product, as the screen may be scratched or damaged.
CAUTION
!
1.	 Spread a soft cloth on the packaging box or a low table to protect the screen (panel).
2.	 Place the body on the packaging box or low table, align them at the edge, and make sure the screen is facing
downward.
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3.	 Connect the stand by aligning it with the hinges behind the body.
4.	 Tighten the 3 screws provided in the package to secure the body to the Stand in place.
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Assembling the Stand Cap
1.	 Place the product properly as shown in the following figure and align the bottom of stand cap with the groove.
2.	 Push the stand cap in the direction of the arrow until you hear a click sound.
3.	 To disassemble the body and stand, repeat the process in reversed order.
y
y
y
y While assembling the stand cap, please be careful as your finger may be caught between the stand and the
body.
CAUTION
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Moving the Product and Precautions
When you pick up or move the product, please keep the followings in mind so that the product is not scratched or
damaged.
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• Do not touch the monitor screen as this may damage the screen of the pixels within it.
•
• It would be better to put the product into the original box or pack it before moving it.
•
• Be sure to shut down the system and disconnect the power cable and all other cables before picking up or
moving the product.
•
• Hold the product at the top and bottom frame firmly.
•
• When you hold the product, turn the screen to the opposite direction to prevent scratches.
•
• When you are moving the product, make sure that the product will not be exposed to excessive impact or vibration.
•
• When you are moving the product, keep the product upright.
•
• Make sure that the product is not flat or tilted left or right.
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y
y
y When controlling the screen angle, do not hold the product at the stand.
y
y Your fingers may be stuck in the stand.
WARNING
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Component Names and Functions
Front / Right View





   


Rear View

    
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No. Name No. Name
Web Camera USB Port (USB 3.0)
Webcam Status Lamp Headset with Microphone Port
Built-in Microphone Air holes
Run OSD / Menu Navigation / MUTE Button Power Port
OSD Menu Navigation and Settings
Adjustment /Volume Control Button
LAN Port
READER mode Switch Button USB Port (USB 2.0)
Screen Switch (Chrome OS / Monitor) / OSD
Exit Button

 Kensington Lock / Recovery Button
Power Button 
 HDMI Input Port
Power Lamp
y
y
y
y Do not place radios or other devices using specific frequencies within 4 inches (10 cm) of the front side buttons
and power button.
NOTE
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Keyboard View
LG Chromebase Keyboard provides the following function keys that can help you use LG Chromebase more
conveniently.
The keyboard may differ depending on your country.
Icon Function Description
Previous Go to the Previous page.
Next Go to the next page.
Reload Reload the current page.
Full-screen Open the page in full-screen mode.
Next window Switch to the next window.
Brightness down Decreases the screen brightness.
Brightness up Increases the screen brightness.
Mute Turns off audio output.
Volume down Decreases the volume.
Volume up Increases the volume.
Lock Screen Switch to the locked screen.
Search Search from the Apps panel.
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Connecting the Power
Connect the AC adapter to the product and connect the power cord to a wall outlet.
y
y
y
y To ensure safety when using the product, connect the system to a multi-tap or wall outlet fitted with an earth
terminal.
NOTE
y
y
y
y Unplug the power cord before moving or installing a product. (There is a risk of receiving an electric shock.)
CAUTION
!
Connecting the Keyboard / Mouse
To use Chrome OS, connect the keyboard and mouse to the USB ports on the back of the product.
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Turning on Power
1.	When you have connected the AC adapter and the HDMI cable, press the button to turn the power on.
(If the monitor is stored in a cool place, the screen may flicker briefly when you turn the power on.)
2.	Press the $)30.& button to switch between Chrome OS or Monitor mode.
y
y
y
y If you turn the product on for the first time, it starts with Chrome OS. After that, the product starts with the last
mode you used. However, if you reconnected the AC adapter, it starts with Chrome OS.
NOTE
Turning off Power
Chrome OS Mode
On the Chrome OS mode, you can turn off the power as follows.
y
y System Default Settings Menu: on the Chrome OS screen, press the at bottom right corner to display
the SystemDefaultSettingsMenu. Press the icon to turn off the power.
y
y Front power button: press the front power button until the account is signed out and the power is turned off
(press the power button for a half second to sign out of Chrome OS and keep pressing the button for another
half second to turn off the power.). If any error occurs while using Chrome OS, press the power button and hold
for 6 seconds or longer to turn the power off.
y
y
y
y If you turn the power off while using Chrome OS, you may lose any data not stored.
CAUTION
!
Monitor Mode
Press the power button for half a second or longer to turn the power off.
y
y
y
y If you are using Chrome OS, the power is turned off with the following message:
Please wait while LG Chromebase is turned off
NOTE
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Front Panel of the Product
    
No. Button Description
1
Provides the screen adjustment and settings menu for the OSD (On Screen Display).
y
y Use it to move from a OSD (On Screen Display) sub menu to the main menu.
- It works as a MUTE button while controlling the volume.
y
y For more information on the screen adjustment and settings menu, refer to User’s
Guide > UsingtheMonitor > OSDSettingsMenu.
2
y
y In the Monitor mode or Chrome OS mode, it is used as a volume control button.
- On the OSD menu screen, it is used as a navigation or control (decrease/increase)
button.
3
y
y Switches the screen to the READER mode.The Reader mode controls the brightness
and color of the LCD screen to look similar to the printed paper to protect the user
from eyestrain.
- On the OSD (On Screen Display) menu screen, it is used as a navigation or control
(decrease/increase) button.
4 $)30.&
y
y Switches the product to the Chrome OS mode or Monitor mode.
- On the OSD (On Screen Display) menu screen, it is used as an Exit button.
5
y
y Press theTurn Power On
- button to turn on the monitor.
y
y Turn Power Off
- Chrome OS mode: press the front power button until the account is signed out
and the power is turned off (press the power button for a half second to sign out
of Chrome OS and keep pressing the button for another half second to turn off the
power.). If any error occurs while using Chrome OS, press the power button and
hold for 6 seconds or longer to turn the power off. (If you turn the power off while
using Chrome OS, you may lose any data not stored.)
- Monitor Mode: If you press the button, the power is turned off. If you are using
Chrome OS, the message PleasewaitwhileLGChromebaseisturnedoff is displayed
and then the power is turned off.
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y If the power is turned on, the white indicator lamp is also turned on or blinks when
the LG Chromebase is in the energy savings mode.
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y In the standby mode, you can press the power button once to turn on the screen.
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y If any error occurs while using the LG Chromebase, press the power button for 6
seconds or longer to turn the power off.
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Using Chrome OS
What is Google Chrome?
Google Chrome operating system (hereinafter is all one word called ChromeOS) is suitable for the user who use a PC
mainly for internet surfing.
Chrome OS has removed the complicated functions of the existing operating systems so that the user can access
Internet quickly and easily and use the Web Store to install various apps.
As Chrome OS is a different OS from Windows and Mac OS, you need to check the following before you use it.
Classification Windows, Mac O/S Chrome OS
Drive Installation Different drivers are required for each
device.
Drivers are installed automatically.
Program (app) Installation Users install programs that they want. The GoogleWeb Store provides
Programs (apps).
OS Update Users have to set up update details. Updates automatically.
Security Update Users have to set up update details. Updates automatically.
Printing Prints from the product directly. Uses Cloud Print
Device Connection Connects devices to various extension ports Connects devices to USB ports
External ODD (CD/DVD ROM) Supported Not supported
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y LG Chromebase is optimized for Chrome OS. If you install any other operating system other than Chrome OS,
you cannot have the technical support.
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y In Chrome OS, you are not allowed to install Active-X and Plug-in software, and any web that uses these
software may not work properly.
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y Your new or existing peripheral devices may not work with Chrome OS. Refer to the provided user manuals or
contact the manufactures to check the compatibility of those devices.
CAUTION
!
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Be aware of the following for Chrome OS:
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y Chrome OS supports standard codecs and may not play other videos and music formats except the standard
codecs.
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y Chrome OS updates the system automatically and keeps the system latest.
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y A system update may start without the consent of the user.
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y The screen and method to use may be different depending on the OS version.
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y For more information on Chrome, visit the Chrome web site at http://www.google.com/chromeos.
NOTE
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Using Chrome OS
Initial Setting and Logging In
Before you can use Chrome OS, you need a connection to a network and a Google account.
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y The Chrome OS Start screen, Chrome Browser screen andWeb Store screen may look different depending on
the Chrome OS version.
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y If you don’t have a Google account, you may use a Guest account, but you may be limited in using some of
the features.
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y LG Chromebase does not support the PPPoE protocol or Gigabit LAN. It needs a connection to 10 base-T or
100 base-TX LAN port.
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y Use a standard Internet cable to use the product properly. (Cat5 LAN cable or above with a RJ45 connector)
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y Proper services may not be provided if the Internet connection speed is too slow or the content is not sup-
ported by Chrome OS.
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y LG Electronics is not responsible for any problem related with the Internet services (e.g. connection error) not
caused by the product itself.
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y Contact your Internet service provider if there are any problems with the Internet connection.
NOTE
1.	 To use a wired network, connect the wired network cable to the back of the LG Chromebase.
2.	 Press the button on the front of the LG Chromebase to turn the power on.
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3.	 On the Chrome initial setting screen, select the language and keyboard type.
4.	 If connected to a wired network, Ethernet is automatically selected for Selectanetwork.
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y To connect to a wireless network, press the button in Selectanetwork and continue the connec-
tion procedures as guided.
NOTE
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5.	 If you press the Continue button and agree on the information for the user, the system checks for any OS
update automatically and the Google the Signin screen appears.
6.	 If you have a Google account, type your email address and password and click the Signin button.
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y If you select browseasGuest, you can use Chrome with a Guest account, but may be limited in using
some functions.
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y If you use your existing Google account to sign in, the actual screen may look different from the screen
on the manual due to the synchronization of Google account.
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7.	 To create a Google account, click the createaGoogleAccount link.
8.	 When the page for creating a Google account appears, register a new Google account as guided.
9.	 Press the icon at the right bottom of the screen and select Exitguest.
10.	On the Signin screen, type the email and password of the created Google account and click the Signin
button.
11.	When the following screen appears, select a sign-in image and press the OK button.
12.	At the right bottom of the screen, the selected image is registered as the sign-in screen and Chrome OS starts.
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Using Chrome OS
Start Screen
When the initial setting and login are completed, the Chrome OS start screen appears.
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y The basic apps shown on the Start Screen may be different depending on the version of Chrome OS.
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y For details on how to use Chrome OS, refer to User’s Guide.
NOTE

        
1 Background
The Chrome background, on which you can right-click to use Setwallpa-
per... or Autohideshelf menu.
2 App List The list of apps installed in the system is displayed.
3 Browser Runs the browser.
4 Gmail Runs Google Gmail.
5 Google Search Runs the Google Search engine.
6 Google Docs Runs Google Docs with which you can create documents easily.
7 YouTube RunsYouTube that plays various videos for you.
8 Time Shows the current time.
9 Wireless Network Status
Shows the connection status to wireless network. (Not shown when con-
nected to a wired network)
10 Sign-in image Shows the sign-in image of the user.
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Set up Wake On LAN (WOL)
You can set up and use Wake On LAN (WOL) if you want.
Before you can change the Wake On LAN settings, you should turn Verification Off (Developer Mode) as follows:
Turn Verification Off
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y All data stored in the system including account information, photos, apps and downloaded files as well as data
synched with your Google account will be deleted.
CAUTION
!
1.	 Turn off the LG Chromebase.
2.	 While keep pressing the recovery button inside the Kensington lock, press the button to turn on LG
Chromebase. (You may need a flat-head driver to press the recovery button.)
3.	 When the power is turned on and the following screen is displayed.
English
Chrome OS is missing or damaged.
Please insert a recovery USB stick or SD card.
For help visit http://google.com/chromeos/recovery
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4.	 Press ctrl + d to display the following screen.
English
To turn OS verification OFF, press the RECOVERY button.
Your system will reboot and local data will be cleared.
To go back, press ESC.
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5.	 Press Recovery button to reboot the system and turnVerification off.
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OS verification is OFF
Press SPACE to re-enable.
For help visit http://google.com/chromeos/recovery
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6.	 After about thirty seconds, the following screen appears.
Your System is transitioning to Developer Mode.
Local data has been cleared.
Modifications you make to the system are not supported by Google, may cause
hardware issues and may void warranty.
To cancel, turn your computer off now.
7.	 After about five minutes, the Chrome OS setup screen appears as follows:
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Turn Wake On LAN On/Off
To use this function, turn Verification Off (Developer Mode).
1.	 Log on to Chrome OS and press alt+ ctrl + ton the keyboard to display the following console screen.
2.	 Type shell at the crosh > prompt and press the Enter key.
3.	 Type sudobash at the chronos@localhost > prompt and press the Enter key.
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4.	 To turn on WakeOnLAN, type ethtool–seth0wolg.
5.	 To turn off WakeOnLAN, type ethtool–seth0wold.
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Turn Verification On
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y All data stored in the system including account information, photos, apps, and downloaded files as well as
data synched with your Google account will be deleted.
CAUTION
!
1.	 Press the button to turn it on and press the Space key in the following screen.
English
OS verification is OFF
Press SPACE to re-enable.
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2.	 Press the Enter key in the following screen to turnVerification On.
English
OS verification is OFF
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Press ENTER to confirm you wish to turn OS verification on.
Your system will reboot and local data will be cleared.
To go back, press ESC.
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3.	 OnceVerification is set to On, the system reboots and the following Chrome OS setup screen appears.
Power Management
Without user activity, the display goes to dim in 7 minutes, screen off in 8 minutes and sleep mode in 30 minutes
(default timeouts).
Based upon individual user activity, Chrome OS tries to optimize these timeouts. Therefore, users may find that the
actual timeouts vary slightly from the default timeouts listed above.
To restore the default timeouts for power management, please run Powerwash.
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y
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y If you run Powerwash, the registered account and stored data will be all deleted. Please back up the data to
exterior storage such as USB HDD, or other memory devices.
CAUTION
!
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Using the Monitor
Using the Monitor
Connecting the HDMI Cable
You can connect various devices (PC, DVD player, or game console) to the HDMI port on the back of the product to
use it as a monitor.
Use the HDMI cable to connect external devices as shown below.
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y HDMI cables are not provided with the product.
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y For details on how to use the monitor functions, refer to User's Guide.
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y Use a High Speed HDMITM
Cable.
NOTE
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To Read the User's Guide
Please read the User’s Guide to learn how to use the product.
1.	 Visit http://www.lg.com and select your region.
2.	 Select Support or Service and search for the model name (22CV241) to read the User’s Guide.
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38 Product Specifications
Product Specifications
CPU Intel® Celeron® processor
OS Chrome OS
Memory 2 GB DDR3L
Storage 16 GB iSSD
Input / Output
Display Rear: USB 2.0 x 3, HDMI In x 1, Dc-In
Display Side: USB 3.0 x 1, HP out/Mic In combo
Network
WiFi: 802.11 a/b/g/n (2.4 G / 5 G, Dual Band)
LAN: Ethernet 10/100/1000 mbps
Bluetooth: 4.0
Webcam / MIC
Web CAM: 1.0 M / HD with Webcam LED(include indicator)
built-in MIC
Audio 5 W x 2 built-in Stereo Speakers
LCD Screen
Type
21.5 inches (54.61 cm) TFT (Thin Film Transistor)
IPS LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Screen
Diagonallengthofthescreen:21.5inch(54.61cm)
Pixel Pitch 0.08265 mm x 0.24795 mm
Video Signal (HDMI)
Maximum Resolution 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
Recommended Resolution 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
Horizontal Frequency 30 kHz to 83 kHz
Vertical Frequency 50 Hz to 75 Hz
Power
Voltage 19 V 3.42 A
Power consumption (Typ.)
On mode: 32 W (Typ)
Power Saving Mode ≤ 2.5 W
Off Mode ≤ 0.5 W
AC/DC adaptor
DA-65G19 manufactured by ASIAN POWER DEVICES INC.
Output: 19 V DC 3.42 A
Stand Angle Adjustment Forwards/Backwards: -5 ° to 25 ° (Head)
Environmental Conditions
Operating Condition Temperature: 10 °C to 35 °C, Humidity: 10 % to 80 %
Storing Condition Temperature: -20 °C to 60 °C, Humidity: 5 % to 90 %
Dimension
Monitor Size (Width x Height x Depth)
With Stand 528.6 mm x 396.8 mm x 189.2 mm
Without Stand 528.6 mm x 320.4 mm x 43.5 mm
Weight (With Stand) 4.3 kg
※ The product specifications are subject to change without prior notice for performance improvement.
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Product Specifications
Factory Preset Mode
MODE CLASSIFICATION Polarity Frequency [kHz] / [Hz] Resolution
1
H (Pixels) - 31.469
640 x 480
V (Lines) - 59.94
2
H (Pixels) + 37.879
800 x 600
V (Lines) + 60.317
3
H (Pixels) - 48.363
1024 x 768
V (Lines) - 60.0
4
H (Pixels) + 45.00
1280 x 720
V (Lines) + 60.00
5
H (Pixels) + 63.981
1280 x 1024
V (Lines) + 60.02
6
H (Pixels) + 55.935
1440 x 900
V (Lines) - 59.887
7
H (Pixels) + 60.00
1600 x 900
V (Lines) + 60.00
8
H (Pixels) - 65.290
1680 x 1050
V (Lines) + 59.954
9
H (Pixels) + 67.50
1920 x 1080
V (Lines) + 60
HDMITIMING
Factory support mode
(Preset Mode)
Horizontal frequency
(KHz)
Vertical frequency
(Hz)
HDMI
1 480P 31.5 60 O
2 576P 31.25 50 O
3 720P 37.5 50 O
4 720P 45 60 O
5 1080i 28.12 50 O
6 1080i 33.75 60 O
7 1080P 56.25 50 O
8 1080P 67.5 60
O
(Recommend Mode)
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Supported file types and codec
Microsoft Office document doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt (read-only), .pptx (read-only).
Media .3gp, .avi, .mov, .mp4, .m4v, .m4a, .mp3, .mkv, .ogv, .ogm, .ogg, .oga, .webm, .wav
Image .bmp, .gif, .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .webp
Compressed files .zip, .rar, .tar, .tar.gz (.tgz), .tar.bz2 (.tbz2)
Other .txt (read-only), .pdf
Video Codec ogv, webm, mp4, mov, avi, 3gp
Audio Codec MP3, AAC, AMR-NB
Supported external storage devices
This product can use the external storages (USB memory, HDD, etc.) of the following file systems:
- Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, FAT, HFS+(read-only on journaled HFS+), ISO9660 (read-only), NTFS, UDF(read-only)
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y The supported file type, codec, and file system may differ depending upon the Chrome OS version.
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y USB port supports 0.5A electric current. If you need more electric current in case of HDD, use the separate
power adaptor.
NOTE
System Limitations Guide
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y Copyright protected contents or those with limited access authority cannot be played back using this device.
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y This device does not support the USB printer and ODD (CD/DVD ROM drive).
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y This device supports the USB memory and hard disks of the following file systems: Ext2, Ext3,
Ext4, FAT, HFS+ (read-only on journaled HFS+), ISO9660 (read-only), NTFS, and UDF (read-only).
The compatibility of other file systems or external devices is not guaranteed.
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y If a USB memory or hard disk with insufficient free space is inserted, some applications may not work properly
due to the slower system response.
Guide on open source licenses for customers
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y The Software included in this product contains copyrighted software that is licensed under the GPL/LGPL.
You may obtain the complete Corresponding Source from website: http://git.chromium.org/gitweb/ and Notice
from website: chrome://credits/
This offer is valid to anyone in receipt of this information.
Copyright (c) 2014The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Chrome OS Troubleshooting
When the Web Browser Screen is not properly displayed.
Does a message appear saying
Nonetworkconnection when trying to
visit a website?
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• Verify that your LAN cable is properly connected.
•
• Verify in your task bar that Networkconnect is activated.
Have you verified your network settings? •
• Settings > Network select Settings from the Network screen.
•
• Check LAN items.
•
• Select Ethernet from Settings and select DHCP or Static IP.
•
• If you have been assigned a static IP from your internet service
provider, enter your IP address.
Is a screen asking for personal information? •
• When you try to connect to the internet for the first time
through a LAN cable, certain internet service providers will
request your personal information.
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• The user information screen is to verify the internet subscription
of the user.
Is a web page asking to download and
install Adobe Flash Player?
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• This message appears when the Adobe Flash Player plug-in is
not enabled on your system.
•
• Open your web browser settings and check Enableplug-ins.
Are you unable to use ActiveX? •
• The web browser installed on the internet monitor does not sup-
port ActiveX. Only Internet Explorer supports ActiveX.
Does the web browser stop only on certain
sites?
•
• If a web page contains multiple instances of Flash content, the
web browser may stop working.
Malfunction of the external storage device (USB memory)
Are you unable to open files on the
external storage device?
•
• Check if your external storage device has enough free space.
•
• If not, remove some of the files to free up space on the device.
Is the photo viewer slow? •
• If your external storage device has more than 1,000 files, the
media player may perform slowly.
•
• Remove some of the files and try again.
Malfunction in Peripheral Devices
Is the mouse not responding? •
• Verify that the mouse is connected to the USB port on the rear
of the monitor.
Doesthekeyboarddisplayjumbledletters? •
• Different types of keyboards are used for different languages.
•
• Verify that your keyboard matches the language used by the
program.
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• The keyboard is set when the user selects the country.
Are the speakers not producing any
sound?
•
• Make sure that nothing is connected to the headset with micro-
phone port on the right side of the product.
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• Make sure that the volume is NOT set to 0 or Muted.
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Monitor Troubleshooting
The screen is blank
Is the product's power cord connected
correctly?
•
• Check if the power cord is connected correctly to a wall outlet.
Is the power lamp on? •
• Check the Power button.
Is the power on and the power lamp is lit
either blue or green?
•
• Adjust the screen brightness and contrast.
Is the power lamp blinking? •
• The power lamp blinks when the Internet Monitor is in standby
mode.When you press the power button, the monitor turns on
again within 2 to 3 seconds. Using a keyboard or mouse does
not exit standby mode.
Do you see the MonitorFrequency
RangeExceeded message on the screen?
•
• This occurs when the signal sent by the PC (video card) exceeds
the range of horizontal or vertical frequency supported by the
monitor, so check the ProductSpecificationsof this manual
and change the settings.
Do you see the CheckSignalCable
Connection message on the screen?
•
• This occurs when the signal cable between the PC and the
monitor is not correctly connected or unplugged, so check and
reconnect the signal cable.
There are afterimages on the screen
Are there afterimages on the screen even
after turning the monitor off?
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• Please be careful as displaying a fixed image on the screen for
a prolonged period of time can damage the monitor and leave
afterimages on the screen. Use screen savers to extend your
monitor’s working life.
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y
VerticalFrequency
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y A monitor screen must be refreshed dozens of times every second like a fluorescent lamp to allow users to
see the picture.
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y This rate of screen refresh is called theVertical Frequency or Refresh Rate, and is measured in Hz.
HorizontalFrequency
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y The time taken to display the full length of a single horizontal line on the screen is called the horizontal cycle.
The Horizontal Frequency, measured in kHz, is the inverse of the horizontal cycle and shows the number of
horizontal lines displayed on the screen every second.
NOTE
The screen is unstable and shakes. / The screen shows ghost images.
Did you set the correct screen resolution? •
• Refer to User’s Guide > Using the Monitor > Setting the Resolu-
tion and set the screen to the recommended resolution.
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Troubleshooting
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y
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y Check if the video card resolution or frequency is set within the range usable by the monitor, and go to
ControlPanel -> Display -> Settings to change the resolution to the recommended resolution (optimum
resolution).
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y Set the resolution to the recommended resolution (optimum resolution) to prevent the occurrences of text
smearing, screen blurring, screen truncation or screen slanting.
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y The setting procedures may vary depending on the PC and O/S (operating system), and the recommended
resolution may not be supported by some video cards. In such cases, please consult the PC or video card
manufacturer.
NOTE
The screen color is strange
Is the screen displayed in 16 colors? •
• Change the color to 24 bit (True Color) or higher. InWindows,
select ControlPanel -> Display -> Settings -> ColorQuality.
Does the screen color seem unstable or
look monochromatic?
•
• Check the connection of signal cable and connect it properly. Or,
pull out and insert the video card in the PC again.
Are there spots on the screen? •
• The screen may display a few pixel spots (red, green, blue, white
and black) during operation.This is caused by the inherent
characteristics of LCD panels.This is not a fault and unrelated to
the monitor’s performance.
After connecting the monitor, the Unknown Monitor is displayed on the screen
Have you installed the device driver for the
monitor?
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• Visit the homepage of LG Electronics (http://www.lg.com) to
download and install the driver.
•
• Check the user’s manual for the video card and see if it fully sup-
ports the PlugandPlay function.
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To get source codes developed under GPL, LGPL, MPL, and other open source licenses used in this
product, visit http://opensource.lge.com. All licenses including source codes, copyright notice and warranty
disclaimer may be downloaded. When you request open source codes of the software embedded in this
product by sending e-mail to opensource@lge.com within three years after purchasing this product, the
codes recorded in a CD-ROM will be provided to you for minimal costs, including media costs, transport
fee, etc.
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: LG
Model: 22CV241
Responsible Party: LG Electronics lnc.
Address: 1000 Sylvan Ave.
Englewood Cliffs NJ 07632
U.S.A
TEL: 201-266-2534

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