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Projector Problems I am trying to use an NEC VT 676 projector. My full image from my monitor is not projecting. I must use a the scroll to move around the monitor to show the different aspects of the image after projection

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Re: Projector Problems

Try to adjust the screen resolutin and see if that works, if not let me know, or even if it does I still would like to know.

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My acer dlp projector P3150 is locked with password. i cannot remember i set my own password. may i know how to unlock it? i tried 1234 and 000000 but they did not work.

you can try to reset the projector back to its factory default setting, go to menu then scroll down look for the reset to factory default

Aug 07, 2011 | Motherboards

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I need to invert the image of the projector because it has a ciling instalation. How I can put the image up side down?

just edit the settings in the projector
or if its attached with pc then simply press ctrl+alt+<down arrow>, it will invert your pc's screen
to restore, press ctrl+alt+<up arrow>

May 20, 2011 | Motherboards

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Need to know how to invert a picture on a epson projector

You didn't give your model, but on the Epson I have (a PowerLite S1), the projection mode is controlled through the "Settings" menu. This may not be right for your model, but I'd think another Epson would be similar.

On mine, this is how it works:

1) Press "Menu" on the projector (or remote, which will work the same way)
2) Use the "V" (down arrow) to highlight "Setting"
3) Press "Enter" to select the "Setting" menu
4) Press "Enter" to select the "Screen" sub-menu
5) Down-arrow to "Projection" and press "Enter" to select it
6) Use the up- and down-arrows to highlight the arrangement you want from the choices offered:
  • "Front": normal use
  • "Front/Ceiling": image is vertically flipped
  • "Rear": image is horizontally flipped
  • "Rear/Ceiling": image is flipped both horizontally and vertically
7) Press "Enter" to select
8) Press "Menu" to exit the menus

I hope this works for you, or at least gives you a starting point. Good luck, and thanks for using Fixya!

Apr 23, 2011 | Motherboards

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My projector showing green image

click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scoll to ports(com&lpt)right click to scan for hardware changes or scroll to monitors + to expand plug and play monitor right click where you have options to update driver,disable.uninstall,scan for hardware changes or select properties where in the general you have the option to troubleshoot also in the driver tab you have the similar options when you first right click on monitor
click start control panel,display,desktop you can select a different desktop from the drop down list also settings you can change the settings for more or less pixels or from the drop down list pick the appropriate level of color range or troubleshoot also select advanced then general dpi normal size,larger size or custom settings
always click APPLY after making any changes
hope this helps

Apr 22, 2011 | Motherboards

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Dear Friends My Toshiba Satellite L35 S2194 PC does not respond to the function Fn + F5 to connect to a video projector Hewlett Packard. Pressing the function above options do not appear on the screen...

Hello www_privater. to "Display the Projector."
Do the following:
Right click on an 'empty' area of the "Desktop." paul7of9_150.jpg Next, select to 'open' the "Personalize" shortcut!
In the next 'window,' {In the right} "Task" area.
Click on "Connect to a "Projector" or other external display."
paul7of9_151.jpg "The {Windows Mobility Center} 'program' opens!
paul7of9_152.jpg Now, look for the "Presentattion Settings."
Click on the [Turn-on] button.
"This 'should' have the "Projector" listed / appear!"

"Please let me know if you 'need' further assistance; by posting a "Comment 'or' Rating the Solution." Thanks, your 'response' is important!" paul7of9

Mar 07, 2011 | Motherboards

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The image projected by my NEC RD-436E projector is just the background of the computer screen. The icons or any application I open are not displayed. I presume this is some setting that is incorrect.

If yoyr operating system is MS Windows, right click on the desktop, go to properties (or personalise), and at the settings tab check the monitor's settings. In order to have the same image on the projection, you have to un-check the "Extend my desktop" option.

Mar 04, 2011 | Motherboards

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I am using a Dell lap top with Windows Vista to connect to a NEC VT590 projector. I want to show a PowerPoint presentation. As the computer is booting, the computer monitor is blank and the loading...

You need to configure the projector as a second monitor as explained here

Feb 02, 2011 | Motherboards

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When plugging my Optoma EP726i into a computer running on Windows vista, the computer recognises that a projector has been connected but I get no output at the projector. When I plug it into a computer...

I think the projector is not supporting the output resolution from the PC. I think your projector support only 1024x768. do onething, connect your pc to monitor and set the resolution to 1024x768 or low, and use 16bit colors, and try with different frequencies (like 50hertz 60hertz etc).
I think this will work. Best of luck..

Jan 16, 2011 | Motherboards

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I use a projector with my laptop when teaching school. Suddenly my projector will only display my desktop MINUS the icons. The mouse doesn't show and neither do anything I try to view like files or...

Sounds like your projector was told to be an extended desktop, but not in the usual place, which is to the right of your original screen.
One thing you might try, uninstalling and reinstalling the video card drivers if you can get them easily. Another thing is while your hooked up to the projector, if your using XP, is right click on the desktop, click Properties, Settings, then you should see 2 monitor icons. They should be side by side, if not make them side by side.
You could also make the projector your primary monitor, this will focus it on your desktop as if you were using your laptop screen. You might try this first to see if it corrects your problem.

Nov 06, 2009 | Motherboards

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I have a projector connected to my lap top. The only picture I get on the projector is the picture of my desktop WITHOUT the icons. I cannot see anything else through the projector. If I open a document...

Hello and thank you for using Fixya's services.

* Refer to "second monitor" as being the projection screen..

When you set up your dual screen, you have three possible configurations:

1. You can have the desktop with all icons, toolbars, etc. on one monitor and the other screen merely is a companion to the main monitor. This means you would have to click and drag the programs you open to the other side of the monitor.

In your case, this is how it is configured and is generally called an "extended desktop.

2. Another configuration is to disable the main monitor and just view the projector as your main monitor. Most likely, we will want to avoid this one (but if this happens you will understand what happened and why the screen is blacked out on main monitor.)

3. This would be the ideal configuration for dual screens as both the projector and the monitor have the exact same thing showing on them. To set your dual monitors up this ay, follow these instructions.

Open the display (by following pictures previously or from control panel) and uncheck mark the box that says "extend my windows desktop into this monitor." Hit apply and okay. This will set the montitor and projector to be exactly the same.


Please let me know if you have any questions.

Nov 05, 2009 | Motherboards

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