Repeat Signage V4 help

System requirements

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Repeat Signage digital signage software

Recommended system requirements


1.5GHz or faster processor

1Gb RAM or higher for Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8 and 512Mb of RAM or higher for Windows XP

1Gb available hard disk space


For single monitor systems a 64Mb Graphics card which supports 32-bit colours and a minimum screen resolution of 800 x 600 pixels.


For dual monitor systems, 64Mb of graphics memory should be available per monitor.   For example, a dual output graphics card on a desktop machine should have at least 128Mb of dedicated memory, which supports 32-bit colours.  USB graphics adapters for a second monitor are not supported.  Video playback on dual monitor systems is dependent on the processor and graphics performance of the machine. 


System text settings of 96dpi (text size 100% - the default for Windows) and 120dpi (text size 125%).  Higher Windows text size settings are not supported currently.


When evaluating Repeat Signage, please test with the computer and screen (or screens) you intend to use to display your digital signage content.


Supported operating systems


Windows XP 32-bit or 64-bit with Service Pack 3 or greater  - Some features of Repeat Signage V4 are not supported - See our Windows XP support page.

Windows Vista 32-bit or 64-bit with Service Pack 2 or greater

Windows 7 32-bit or 64-bit

Windows 8/8.1 32-bit or 64-bit

Windows 10


IMPORTANT FOR XP USERS - Windows Media Player must me updated to version 11 or greater in order to display video content correctly.  Windows Vista comes with V11 and Windows 7 with V12 already installed.  


Repeat Signage requires the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 or later to be installed.  The setup program will automatically install this if this is not on your machine.  If you have all your Windows Updates up to date, then the .NET Framework will have already been installed automatically.


IMPORTANT NOTE EMBEDDED WINDOWS USERS - Repeat Signage can be installed on embedded versions of Windows including Windows Embedded Standard 2009.  However, Repeat Software does NOT support installations on these systems.  If you do decide to use Repeat Signage on embedded versions of Windows and you will need to deal with write filters to ensure that when Repeat Signage is installed that this is saved between reboots.  Please refer to for more information.



Repeat Signage uses Microsoft Internet Explorer to display website pages.  Please make sure that you have the latest version of Internet Explorer available for your version of Windows otherwise some websites created with the latest versions of HTML may not display properly.  See:

Windows version  Latest version of Internet Explorer available
Windows XP Internet Explorer 8
Windows Vista Internet Explorer 9
Windows 7 Internet Explorer 11 (latest version as at July 2015)
Windows 8/8.1 Internet Explorer 11 (latest version as at July 2015)
Windows 10 Internet Explorer 11 (latest version as at July 2015)


3rd party software that Repeat Signage is dependent on must be installed first


Adobe Flash Player V9 or above.   This can be downloaded free from  It is likely that this is already installed on your computer.


Windows 8 note - This is already embedded into Internet Explorer 10, so doesn't need to be downloaded.


Codec packs

When videos are created they use a piece of software called a codec to encode the video file.  You need to have the same codec on your machine in order to play that video file.  See the Wikipedia entry for more information on codecs.  You will need to download a codec pack from the Internet such as the K-Lite Codec Pack.  The free K-Lite Basic Code Pack should be sufficient for most video files. 


System configuration


All monitors attached to your system must use 32-bit colours.  Repeat Signage will prompt you to view Display Settings from the Windows Control Panel if it detects that 32-bit colours are not being used. 


Known technical limitations in Repeat Signage

HD video playback on screens other than the primary is NOT recommended with the Video control. Please use the new Flash video control instead.