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Re: how to run monitor and projector same time?
You would have to have a dual head video card (two monitor connections) or have two regular video cards, or use a VGA splitter. If you do it through a video card, once you have them installed, go into the settings tab on the display properties and it will show multiple monitors, simply click on the second one and check the box that says "extend my desktop..."
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the projector is flaw
something wrong with the mother board of the projector
something wrong with the interface board (video board)
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Virtually all IBM and Lenovo ThinkPad and ThinkCenter laptops allow you to hook up an additional monitor or projector to the computer. When you add an external monitor or projector to your notebook, you can choose to view the display on the computer, on the external device, or on both the laptop and the external monitor or projector at the same time. Toggling between viewing devices is as simple as pressing a couple of keys on the keyboard.
On some projectors, once the thermal protection has been activated once, it will activate again at a lower temperature!!!
Inside your Sanyo there are several temp sensors (they are actually temperature-sensitive resistors, called thermistors). I have seen this many times as an electronic technician working on multimedia projectors. For the techs out there, they are actually NTC thermistors (NTC= negative temperature coefficient, meaning as temp goes up resistance goes down).
Once a thermistor has activated to save your machine form heat damage, it may activate again at a lower temperature. The only solution is to take your projector to an authorized Sanyo warranty repair depot, and have the thermistors replaced in your machine.
Typically, there is a thermistor to monitor lamp temperature, and a thermistor to monitor optical block temperature. Better quality machines may have more thermistors, some machines only have one to monitor the lamp temperature.
try running your graphics card in separate screen mode im thinking you may have it in clone mode and is running both displays at the same res, or if the projector can handle it try running the projector at higher res
I kind of have a solution for you. I know you need a splitter cable. You might want to go to Radio Shack or your local geek store or the manufacturer of the desktop and see what they have as far as accessories.
Get yourself a laptop and run the projector from that, All you have to do then is hold down the FN key while pressing (depending on the make and model) F3 or F7. I use two differant laptops and those are the keys I use. I hope that I helped.
You will need to setup the displays from the computer running the projector.
Setup the projector as being a second monitor pretty much and make the adjustments from that in display properties on your computer, or your video card may have it's own control panel for this as well.