Diagnostic workstation

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A workstation is a high-end microcomputer designed for medical imaging applications. Intended primarily to be used by one person at a time, they are commonly connected to a local area network and run multi-user operating systems. The term workstation has also been used to refer to a mainframe computer terminal or a PC connected to a network with a monitor, keyboard, and mouse.

Preventive Maintenance[]

There are many software tests to generate test patterns and to investigate the quality and performance of computer performance, monitors, and other hardware and software to include but not limited to:

  • Check power supply
  • Check network card
  • Clean keyboard/CD ROM/DVD ROM with canned air.
  • Update anti-virus software.
  • Update drivers
  • Clean temporary Internet files
  • Clean browser history and cache files
  • Run ScanDisk and defrag
  • Delete old .zip files
  • Delete .tmp files
  • Empty the Recycle Bin
  • PassMark MonitorTests
    • Master screen
    • Convergence
    • Contrast
    • Color scales
    • Fonts
    • Printer color calibration
    • Persistence
    • Gamma measurement
    • Zooming to verify power supply stability
    • Solid colors to test for missing or always on pixels
    • Touch screen tests (Windows 7 only)
    • Multitouch screen tests (Windows 7 only)
  • SMPTE monitor calibration
  • Mouse Test
  • Keyboard Test
  • CD/DVD ROM Test
  • Speaker Test
  • Sound Card Test
  • Prime95 (Memory Stress Test)
  • Memtest86+ (Memroy)
  • Hard Disk Diagnostic Tools
  • 3DMark (GPU)
  • UPS Battery Monitor
  • Backtrack (Security and Penetration Testing)
  • Malware updates
  • Firewall access
  • Printer/Scanner Test


  • Dell
  • Hewlett Packard