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Projectors typically require RCA (yellow - round - single pin) or S-Video (black - round - multipin) connections. Look for a key on your keyboard that has a monitor symbol on it (sometimes 2 symbols - on/off). Once you have connected the projector and turned it on, tap the monitor key and you should see your desktop projected. I've also seen laptops where you need to enable the secondary display thru the 'Display Settings'.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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