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Display of image between laptop and projector

The image on my laptop is not showing unless I move the window to the extreme right (off screen) - then it shows on the projector. I am desperate - I am training tomorrow and I won't be able to use my presentation. HELP!

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Change the resolution. the desktop is too big.

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The Fn+F8 in some laptops or Fn+ KEYS WHICH HAS MONITOR ICON OVER FUNCTION KEY) command tyically runs through 3 modes: Extend desktop, Laptop only, Projector only.

Mirroring displays (meaning you see the exact same thing on both screens) is not always on option on a PC; the ability to do that is dependent on the graphics card and drivers in the laptop.
Not seeing the exact same thing on both screens is often the preferred way, but when you don't see all your desktop icons it can be a bit confusing.

The trick here is that when you want something to show on the projector, you grab the window you're working with and drag it over to the other monitor. Why this is preferred is because you can be showing a powerpoint presentation on the projector, while you have a script or notes open in Word on your laptop display to read from. You see, you don't see anything but the desktop background on the projector because you haven't moved anything over there yet.

Your laptop is in extended mode, try changing to Laptop mode, should solve your problem or try dragging the required file to that monitor as said above
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I just purchased an Acer X1160 Projector and obviously am not savvy enough to understand what to do to make it work. When connected to my HP Laptop I get the image of my screen saver, but cannot get...


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The quickest way to confirm is to try moving your cursor (mouse) off the right-hand side of the screen. Does it then show up on the projector? If so, then you can grab and move windows back and forth between the two screens.


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Ok.I got your point.Actually you're in extended mode.
Once you connect you can have 2 types of output to your projector.
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2.Extended mode--> have another new space for you to use.
** in extended mode you'll have a background of your desktop.you can drag any running program to that space.

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1.Click start-->Settings-->Conteol Panel-->Display
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takecare.

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