A USB device or adapter dongle doesn’t work or interferes with other USB devices randomly. How can I make them work properly?
USB 3.0 has been found to cause interference that may hinder the performance of nearby wireless devices in the 2.4GHz band, including RF devices, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.
For wireless devices in the 2.4GHz range, we suggest using the USB port on the front I/O. If the connected device's manual recommends a different USB port, do follow those guidelines.
For more details, please refer to the below white paper from Intel.
Why can't I pair my IAM (Identity and Access Management) account with AMS (Account Management System), DMS (Device Management Solution), or X-Sign Broadcast?
Currently, AMS, DMS, and X-Sign Broadcast may all only be paired to one unified IAM admin account. If different IAM admin accounts are used, pairing will fail. For example, if DMS is paired already to an IAM account, you won't be able to pair AMS or X-Sign Broadcast with a new IAM account unless other BenQ services (EX: DMS) are deleted. In essence, AMS, DMS, and X-Sign go together with one IAM account and all need to be unpaired to switch IAM account association.
If you would like to pair software with a new IAM account, please delete the devices in associated BenQ services (DMS, AMS, Broadcast) from the corresponding web site. If other BenQ services are deleted but still encounter a pairing issue, please record the MAC address and contact your local BenQ service center for further assistance.
Why can't I download OTA (over the air) updates for X-Sign Player?
If you've previously used OTA update for X-Sign Player and cancelled it during the download process, you will need to delete the previously downloaded file stored in the "Download" folder of your operating system prior to carrying out a new OTA update.
Why can't a display be added into DMS Local?
Please update the device definition (JSON) under setting in DMS Local.
Why can't the unit be turned on using DMS Local?
1. Ensure that WOL (Wake-on-LAN) setting is supported by this model and enabled on the display.
2. Ensure that the display is connected to the network via the LAN (RJ-45) port. Wake-on-LAN does not work over a Wi-Fi connection.
Where can I find the log for X-Sign player 2.x in Windows?
Please follow the path below to find the log file:
(1) Go to C:\Users\User name\AppData\Local\BenQ\XSignPlayer
(2) Select \BenQ\
(3) Select \cache\
(4) Select \crash\
(5) Select \data\
(6) Select \log\
(7) Select "XSign.env"