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Display is not the right color

When I go to project the LCD projector, the display is either pink or yellow. I have a laptop, so I am not real sure what to set anything on. Could you please tell me so I can get the true output color? Thanks!

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  • cturner721 Jan 08, 2009

    Right now I have a VGA cable going from the laptop (only one) to the projector in the computer/computer video spot. I am thinking that I don't have the settings on the either the computer or the projector right. I have looked online for the manufacturer's settings for the projector, but it still does not work.

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This generally means there is a fault with the cable between pc and projector. If you have a spare VGA lead try it and see if that fixes it.

Also make sure that the cable is tightly pushed onto both ends

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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    Travis Lord Jan 08, 2009

    you shouldnt have to physically go into anything and set what colour its meant to be displaying... As per your first post the display is either pink or yellow.... If you move the VGA cable around a bit (side to side up and down) does the color then change?

    What you have described is almost 90% of the time due to a fault in a cable somewhere.


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