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I bought an USB/input cord but my HP Pavillion won't detect the projector.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
don't know much about the cinego ( resolution ect)
but on most laptops you will have a "F" button or function key near the top row.. mine is F5 that has 2 square icons to show 2 monitors, 1 black, 1 white, when your projector is hooked to your laptop, hold down the FN key probably lower left or right, and tap the F5 or f7 which ever has the 2 montiors on it, it should be a 3 position switch, 1..laptop only, 2 laptop and projector, 3rd position projector only.
that cingo is pretty low-end so you may have to goto display properties on your laptop and reduce the resolution to 800 x 600 or 1024 x 768.
if you can't get a setting that works, try the 3rd position with just the projector display on, and laptop display off, since your laptop screen is higher resolution it corrects a lot of issues.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
Please make sure you are using a resolution and refresh rate compatible with the projector as the sync circuitry in projectors can sometimes be a bit touchy. Also make sure the signal you are providing does not consist of a totally black on the edges as this can confuse the image processor in the projector. I would suggest looking up precisely what is the native resolution of the projector and what refresh rate it likes, if in doubt use 60Hz. The refresh rate can be set in windows by clicking the "advanced" button in the display properties pane. the pull down for the refresh rate is under the "adapter" tab, or the "display" tab I haven't used windows in a while so I forgot. If you are sure you are sending the native rez of the projector and still having issues then there may be an issue with something not described in your question such as distance to the projector or environment like dimmed lights causing signal noise. If this solution doesn't take care of things please post more details like are you using VGA or DVI. Good Luck.
Posted on May 27, 2008
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.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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