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Won't keep up with power point

I'm basically trying to find drivers for this "hand-me-down" projector. I was able to get it work work with a borrowed laptop that was older (but it had the drivers for it) and I can't seem to find them [drivers] The projector is a NEC MultiSync MT600 and their website only gives me a PDF of their instruction manual. I can get the projector to work with the borrow because we could lower the refresh rate to 56hz but when my laptop ran it at 60hz it would bring up the first slide and that's it. we could change slides on the laptop and nothing would happen with the projector. I tried to lower my laptop to 56 hz but it wouldn't give me an option. Any help is appreciated!

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djproaudio
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SOURCE: 60hz to 50 hz

No need to worry about that. The direct drive on these turntables will adjust for hz setting automatically.

Posted on Feb 24, 2008

vicer
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SOURCE: Problem with NEC Multisync MT830

Check to see if the fan is running on the bottom of the unit. If it senses no rpm from the fan, if will shut down to protect the unit.

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

JulesPCaut
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SOURCE: operating at a slower than recommended refresh rate

The refresh rate can be configured in Windows in the display properties. It does require that your monitor has been identified or configured, otherwise it can limit the refresh rate.
You can overrule the setting to not limit the refresh rate to compatible devices only, but be careful to not configure it too high as it can break your monitor!

Posted on May 25, 2009

Partstore
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SOURCE: Lamp and user's manual for a NEC Multisynch MT Projector

The manual can be downloaded here: http://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/NEC/MT600
The part number for the replacement lamp is MTLAMP600/800 and it may be ordered from www.partstore.com

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Too much screen flickering @ 1024x768 (60hz)

setup your monitor driver supplied with the monitor, you will get more options. Thanks

Posted on Oct 29, 2009

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