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  • Re: getting sim-man's patient monitor to work

    Hi Michael (and anyone else reading), I downloaded 3.5 for use on these new Win7 machines.&nbsp; It works great.&nbsp; The minimize never to return problem is gone and the touchscreen controls seem better. I built two more of these machines for our other two sim rooms.&nbsp; For these I used an Nvidia GeForce210 video card with DVI, VGA, HDMI ...
    Posted to SimMan/SimBaby Technical (Forum) by cyles on May 4, 2011
  • Re: getting sim-man's patient monitor to work

    I finally got the DP to VGA adapter in today and have hooked it up.&nbsp; With all the monitors on the same card, I was able to change the numerical ordering of the monitors.&nbsp; From left to right: Patient monitor (#1 DP-VGA), Instructor monitor (#2 DVI), Video monitor (#3 DVI).&nbsp; Monitor 2 (instructor) is the primary display (i.e. with the ...
    Posted to SimMan/SimBaby Technical (Forum) by cyles on April 21, 2011
  • Re: getting sim-man's patient monitor to work

    Wow, it's great to see active responses - thanks! We've been using two computers in our sim rooms, one for SimMan and the other for a web-based video system.&nbsp; I'm about to upgrade our third sim room to use the new video system and was hoping to eliminate turning on, logging in and using two keyboards/mice.&nbsp; So I put together a new ...
    Posted to SimMan/SimBaby Technical (Forum) by cyles on April 4, 2011
  • Re: getting sim-man's patient monitor to work

    Does anyone know how the simman software selects which screen to put the patient monitor on? &nbsp;We have a 3rd party video system which I'd like to run on a 3rd monitor (the first two monitors being for the Simman software and the patient monitor). &nbsp; It's a new computer so it has Win 7 and SimMan 3.5. &nbsp;I'm currently running the first ...
    Posted to SimMan/SimBaby Technical (Forum) by cyles on March 29, 2011
  • Re: SPO2 Alarm Glitch

    After the alarm condition has cleared (i.e. the alarm should no longer be sounding), you can manually get rid of it by clicking the yellow ''silence'' button on the patient monitor.&nbsp; I usually do this from the control room by moving the mouse onto the patient monitor screen and no one ever notices.&nbsp; This is a programming problem, and ...
    Posted to SimMan/SimBaby Technical (Forum) by cyles on March 4, 2009
  • Re: Scenario Editor switches

    Thanks Whiskr, I didn't even think to look for a shortcut in the start menu. Duh &nbsp;Cyle
    Posted to Scenarios (Forum) by cyles on November 6, 2008
  • Scenario Editor switches

    Sometimes I would like to start the scenario editor without going through the SimMan main program.&nbsp; The editor is in c:\Program Files\Laerdal Medical\SimMan\Ri\ScenEdit\ScenarioEditor.exe&nbsp; However, when I run this program it comes up as a SimBaby scenario.&nbsp; I presume there are some runtime switches I can put in a shortcut to start ...
    Posted to Scenarios (Forum) by cyles on November 5, 2008