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Sounds like the pen packed up, they do that but normally become intermittent first. Without a source of another pen to determine the nature of the fault, may I suggest a modest solution.
A pen that will function and also be an acceptable fit in the slot is available on eBay, - See - # 140504970431. A good price, and an exceptional supplier. At least it will confirm a pen or a screen problem.
Should you have an original (or copy), of the System Restore disk, I would appreciate you getting in contact, mine got trashed. Paul W.
The Projector is recognized in Windows Enviroment as another Monitor.
So right click on the Desktop = > Settings => Settings Tab => You'll find two monitors.
Change to Number 2 then click ok.
Now your Data from VGA Card will be redirected to your Projector