SCORER'S TABLE TRAINING VIDEO

Watch our Tutorial Video on how to set up your scorer’s table with Game Presenter Software. If you have any additional questions reach out to our tech support line for more information.

Jesus MunozChavez

Tech Support

Support Number - 832-621-6171

FAQ

  1. Connect power strip to a 110Volt power outlet.
  2. Turn on power strip by flipping the switch so that it glows red.
  3. Make sure the MONITORS on the table are turned ON.
  4. Connect VGA and USB cord to laptop.
  5. Turn on Laptop.
  6. After Windows starts, open GamePresenter program and run your slideshow.
    To TURN OFF, do everything in reverse order. Make power strip is turn off by flipping switch so that it does not glow.
  • The monitors may be off. Use your remote control, push the POWER ON button. Make sure to point the remote very close to the monitors and directly at the monitors.
  • Make sure the VGA cable and USB cable are attached to your computer.
  • Make sure power is going to your table by looking at the power strip attached to your table. The power strip should be lit up if power is ON.
  • Make sure the power cord from the monitors is plugged into the power strip. The power cord from the monitor will be the cord coming from the round hole from inside the table to the power strip.
  • Make sure your monitor is set to HDMI1 using your remote’s INPUT button.

·      Make sure your VGA connection to the laptop is secure and fully engaged to the laptop.

·      Check the pins on the VGA connection, making sure the pins are straight.  If the pins are bent or missing, the VGA cord must be replaced.

 

  • On your laptop’s desktop, open the program called “Display Switch Menu”. It will open up a new window with the options, “PC Screen Only”, “Duplicate”, “Extend”, “Second Screen Only”. 
  • Choose the Extend option. Your scoring table and laptop should now have different displays.  Use Extend mode for games when you do not want the audience to see what’s on your laptop.
  • Choose the Duplicate option. Your scoring table and laptop should now have the same displays. Use Duplicate option for practices and watching game film. The audience will see exactly what’s on your laptop as you work.
  • If you have any problem, try rebooting your computer. It will clear out any bad settings and reset everything back to normal.
  • If GamePresenter’s AD rotation has taken over your laptop screen, click on the ESC key several times. It will end the AD rotation and bring you back to the Operator Console of GamePresenter.
  • Go to GamePresenter’s Settings, then the AD Rotation tab. Make sure “Assign Monitors” button is NOT SET TO MONITOR 1. SET ASSIGN MONITORS to MONITOR 2 or the appropriate display for your setup (as long as it’s not MONITOR 1). Click OK, and then SAVE.
  • Make sure all of your monitors are turned ON by using your remote control to turn on all monitors.
  • Make sure your monitor is set to HDMI1 using your remote’s INPUT button.
  • On the laptop, set the resolution of the second monitor to either 3840×1080 for DUALVIEW table or 3840×720 for the TRIPLEVIEW table. To set the resolution on the second monitor, go to Windows, click on the Start Menu, then Control Panel, then Display.  Once the Display Settings comes up, click on Monitor 2, and set the resolution to either 3840×1080 for DUALVIEW table or 3840×720 for the TRIPLEVIEW table.
  • If you have any problem, try rebooting your computer. It will clear out any bad settings and reset everything back to normal.