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The projector has a blue screen. The projector will not connect with the computer. We are using this for a presentation and can't get the projector to work with the computer.

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  • boverstreet Dec 02, 2008

    been using the projector just fine...came in yesterday to find a blue tint to the screen ....dark blue....what????

  • Anonymous Dec 05, 2008

    exactly as this person describes..one time its working perfectly, next its the blue scren and thats it

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Check all your connections to the computer then shut down the computer and restart. Try putting the setting on the remote to Computer setting. Also make sure the video setting are all correct in display on your menu.

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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I have my computer on and connected to the projector viewsonic pj550. I then turn on the projector but it does not read the computer.


Assuming that you have all the connections between your computer and the projector already performed, you should check in you computer's manual what is the key combination necessary to switch between normal mode and presentation mode.

For instance, some Dell laptops and computers need you to press the function key (key marked with Fn in blue) and, while keeping it pressed, press also the F8 key (marked with CRT/LCD in blue) to cycle between the options.

Some HP laptops and computers will need you to do the same operation, but now using the function key and the F4 key, to select between "Computer only", "Extended (dual) presentation mode" or "Projector only" modes.

Some computers have an icon in the tray area at the bottom right part of your screen for the display characteristics. Clicking on it shows a menu where you can select the graphical options for your computer, and there must be an option for the selection of a dual display mode through which you can select computer + monitor (projector)

This same function can be called from the Control Panel in your computer. Assuming that you are using Windows XP, you will need to go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > (Graphics Adapter Configuration Setup), where (Graphics Adapter Configuration Setup) will depend on the graphics adapter chipset used in your computer (Intel, nVidia, ATI, VIA, etc). There, you might have the same options to select a dual presentation mode, to show the things in your computer display and/or your projector.

If even with these indications you are still not able to make your computer show its information through the projector, please send us more details on how you connected your computer to the projector, as well as the brand and model of your computer and the operating system you are using.

Hope this information can be helpful!

Mar 09, 2011 | ViewSonic PJ550 Multimedia Projector

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I cannot seem to link up my projector and laptop computer


Assuming that you have all the connections between the laptop and the projector already performed, you should check in you laptop's manual what is the key combination necessary to switch between normal mode and presentation mode.

For instance, some Dell laptops need you to press the function key (key marked with Fn in blue) and, while keeping it pressed, press also the F8 key (marked with CRT/LCD in blue) to cycle between the options.

Some HP laptops will need you to do the same operation, but now using the function key and the F4 key, to select between "Computer only", "Extended (dual) presentation mode" or "Projector only" modes.

If even with these indications you are still not able to make your laptop show its information through the projector, please send us more details on how you connected your laptop to the projector, as well as the brand and model of your laptop.

Hope this information can help you!

Mar 09, 2011 | Vivitek D825MS Projector

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My dell d630 laptop wont recognize my infocus lp70+ remote control and I can't advance my powerpoint slides with the remote control


Here's what the User's Manual says:


Using the Remote Control

To advance PowerPoint slides with the projector's remote, you

must connect the USB cable on the projector's computer cable to

the computer. See page 8 for more information.

Point the remote control at the projection screen or at the front or

rear of the projector (not at the computer). The range for optimum

operation is about 30 feet. If you point the remote at the

projection screen, the distance to the screen and back to the projector

must be less than or equal to 30 feet. For best results, point

the remote directly at the projector.


If you are displaying presentations in Microsoft® PowerPoint®,

you can use the remote's Previous and Next buttons to navigate

through your presentation while in Slide Show mode.

Jan 26, 2011 | InFocus LP70+ Multimedia Projector

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My dell d630 won't recognize the infocus lp70+ remote control and I can't advance my power point slides?


Here's what the User's Manual says:


Using the Remote Control

To advance PowerPoint slides with the projector's remote, you

must connect the USB cable on the projector's computer cable to

the computer. See page 8 for more information.

Point the remote control at the projection screen or at the front or

rear of the projector (not at the computer). The range for optimum

operation is about 30 feet. If you point the remote at the

projection screen, the distance to the screen and back to the projector

must be less than or equal to 30 feet. For best results, point

the remote directly at the projector.


If you are displaying presentations in Microsoft® PowerPoint®,

you can use the remote's Previous and Next buttons to navigate

through your presentation while in Slide Show mode.

Jan 26, 2011 | InFocus LP70+ Multimedia Projector

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I can not connect laptop with projector


Hello,

Instructions
Things You'll Need:
Laptop computer equipped with a VGA, S-Video or HDMI output.
Overhead projector with the applicable input.
VGA, S-Video or HDMI cable.
Software to ready your content for presentation at the correct screen resolution.
DVI-VGA adapter, if you are using a Mac.
Step 1
Learn the different types of video outputs your laptop may or may not support. The three most common types of video outputs used with overhead projectors are Video Graphics Array (VGA), Separated Video (S-Video) and High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI). You need to make sure your laptop has the correct output corresponding to an input on the projector you will use.

Step 2
Weigh the strengths and weaknesses of each types of video input and output. VGA projectors are the most common type, indeed it is likely that any projector in current use will have a VGA input. However, VGA video offers the lowest resolution of the these three types. S-Video offers a higher resolution than VGA, but is prone to screen flicker, especially when you are connecting your laptop to a power supply while presenting, rather than running off the battery. HDMI offers the highest picture quality of the three, and supports audio data transfer as well. However, know that HDMI-equipped laptops and projectors are more expensive than those that utilize the other video transfer formats.

Step 3
Choose a video data transfer standard best suited to your price range and needs. VGA is always the safest bet, but if you are purchasing a new laptop computer, try to find one within your budget with an HDMI output as well, as it will provide the best quality and allow you to transmit audio without the use of extraneous equipment. S-Video inputs are found on nearly every LCD and Plasma television, meaning that if you are giving your presentation connected to a television rather than a projector, this is a viable option as well.

Step 4
Make sure you know how to tell your computer to recognize that you wish to use a projector as a secondary video output device. On Windows-based laptop computers, this usually involves pressing the "Function" (or "Fn") key, followed by one of the numbered "F" buttons along the top of your keyboard. In most cases there will be a graphic of what looks like a television screen on the correct "F" key (e.g. "F4"), but if you aren't sure consult the manual that came with your specific model.

Step 5
Connect your video cable of choice to your projector and your Windows laptop, turn the projector on, and press the correct function key. If you have a solid video card, pressing the same key combination a second time will allow you to view your laptop's screen both on the computer itself and as a projected image simultaneously.

Step 6
Connecting a laptop computer to an overhead projector can be a little trickier. You will need a special adapter to connect to a projector using VGA, as well as the standard VGA cable. This is called a DVI-VGA adapter, and is available both from Apple and other electronics vendors. Plug the adapter to the DVI port on your Macintosh laptop, then plug the VGA cable into the projector and the adapter. Turn on the projector, then press and hold the "F7" key on your Mac. You will be up and running in no time.

Step 7
Try a dry run of your presentation using your own laptop and the same projector you will be using, if possible. It pays to be prepared, and your audience will be able to tell if you are fumbling around for the right function keys on the day you present. Your confidence will help you start your presentation off with a bang, and it will show.

Hope this helps


Aug 01, 2010 | Acer PD100 Multimedia Projector

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When i connect projector to computer it just says searching and my presentation wont show up on screen


Hello.

Look at your computer's function (F) keys. See which one has either a screen symbol or the words "CRT/LCD". Typically, it's the F4 or F8 key.

Hold down the Fn key and press that F key and after the first, second or third try, the presentation on the computer should display on your projector's screen.

Hope this helps.

Feb 16, 2010 | Dell 1209S DLP Projector

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Connect laptop(with HDMI output) to TV( with s-video input)? Hi I have a laptop in which there is port for HDMI output and TV with S-Video input. I bought a cable (HDMI HDTV to VGA HD15 Y/Pb/Pr 3 RCA...


Here how you can connect a computer running windows vista to projector or other external display.
  1. Open Personalization window by right clicking on empty desktop and choose "Personalize",
  2. In the Tasks list click on "Connect to a projector or other external display" link,
  3. The Windows Mobility Center appears, in the presentation settings box click the turn on button to turn on projector,
  4. Now your screen will show up on projector screen around large display as well as your own computer screen,
  5. If you want to change the presentation options click the Projector icon inside presentation setting box,
  6. The Presentation Settings Windows appears, if you turned on the projector the "I am currently giving a presentation" checkbox is selected,
  7. When you are giving a presentation your computer stays awake, system notification are turned off and by default the screensaver is turned off,
  8. You can also set the system volume to show different windows wallpaper in the one you usually use, when the presentation ends and you turn off the projector your regular desktop wallpapers returns,
  9. If you are not sure what displays are connected click "Connected displays..." button on bottom of existing window.

Jan 10, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Need to connect my dell laptop to a large screen projector using a computer video interface for vga and compatible computers I have a delllatitude d610 the interface is an inline2080


I assume you know how to connect the VGA cable and which function key is used to activate the second display. You will have problems if the laptop display size is not supported by the projector. Many older projectors will not work with wide screen laptops.
when you connect the projector, Just press the presentation mode on your keyboard, Fn + (Presentation Key), Sometimes F5 or F8!

Then you will see your desktop on the projector screen.hope this helps

Aug 13, 2009 | Dell Computers & Internet

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Epson Powerlite 710 viewing issue


the fn + f8 should tally between the 2 or 3 different connections for it

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What button do I push on my toshiba to connect to InFocus proje


on the projector, computer. on the computer, it depends on the computer. also, make sure the computer resolution matches what the projector can handle (max 1024x768)

Mar 12, 2009 | InFocus X1 Multimedia Projector

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