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The setup is not correct. Check the requirements of the projector, (size, refresh rates etc.) and set the laptop up accordingly. You will se the XP Screen because the laptop hasn't loaded any drivers yet and the screen is low resolution. Hope that helps.
Follow the step by step procedure if you are using win 2000 or XP or 2003 :
Start menu -> Settings -> click Control Panel. In Control panel double-click the Display icon. On the Settings tab, click the image of the second monitor, and then select the Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor check box.
Specifically i don't know. What i do know is mfg's use the same codes, whether they map them to the same functions across a series of remotes can't say for sure. Experiance tells me it will be just fine...
Ok what's happening is that you have it set up as an extension of your desktop, you need to mirror the displays. when your projector is plugged in and it is showing only the desktop background, open "System Preferences," click "Displays," click "Positioning" and check the box that says "Mirror Displays." This should do the trick.
You need to change your graphics card settings from extended desktop to cloned desktop. You will find that if you use your mouse currently to drag a window or icon across to the projected screen, it will move the window there. This is the extended desktop. I assume that what you want is to have the exact same screen on your laptop and your projector - this is called the clone screen. These setting can be by right clicking your desktop, select properties. Click on the display settings tab. click on the advanced settings button, and the the graphics card tab. There should be another button to launch the graphics card settings there.
Hi! I think I may have your anwser. Make sure your moniter resolution is set to 800 by 600 in you display setting on your windows PC. If your running windows XP, right click on your desk top and click "properties" and go to the tab settings. I HOPE that helped :)
I have the same problem with a Hitachi CP-X345 Multimedia Projector. My Acer Aspire 3630 Laptop cannot be detected but it works without incident with a Dell Vostro 1500; just plug and play. Desktop settings to second screen doesn’t seem to help.
If you do not have a remote here is how to reset the filter time. Use the "Menu" bottun to get the "easy menu" to display. Push the down arrow until you get to "Filter Time," then push and hold the RIGHT arrow to reset the filter time. DO NOT try to reset using the "Reset" option on the easy menu, it will not work.