Question about ASK Proxima C160 Multimedia Projector
The projector should have a cable similar to the monitor cable that would normally be hooked into the computer. The cables work the same and the one coming from the projector will use the same port as the normal monitor cable. Make sure that there is a good connection on both ends -sometimes one or the other get moved and the connection is lost.
Once the cables are hooked up, the projector should be turned on. Normally the projector will soon begin a startup routine and will cause an image to be shown on the screen. You can focus the image during that time.
After the image goes away you should be able to display whatever you want from your computer's software.
Normal problems in doing this are: leaving the lens cap on the projector, having a burned out bulb - once the power is turned on for the projector, it should cause the bulb to come on. Some models have a power on switch and a display on switch that must both be pushed to make the bulb light up.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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