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Connecting Dell laptop to Infocus LP820

I plug in the cords between the 2 units but cannot get a picture on the projector. The DVI cord will not fit into the projector because the flat piece of metal is too wide. So I am using a USB cord.

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The USB cable doesn't transmit Video. You need to plug in the VGA cable. The "DVI" port on the LP820 is not a a DVI but a M1 Digital port and won't work with DVI unless you get a converter.

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