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Cannot display picture on the screen and laptop

Dell Laptop connected to projector. Cannot display picture on laptop screen and wall. Its one another. This worked fine until just recently.

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  • Anonymous Jan 21, 2009

    H, Thank you for your response. When I hit the fun 8 key, only the desktop backround gets displayed. But the icons or the open applications do not apprear.

  • Anonymous Jan 21, 2009

    When I perform the task you suggested. the projector displays the backround of the desktop only. The icons and opne applications only apprear on the laptop monitor.

  • SOBV Jan 27, 2009

    I have the same problem. When I hit Function/F8, it's either the screen/wall or the laptop but not both. As someone else said, it only started recently, when I updated my display driver. I rolled the driver back, still have the issue. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Hold down the Fn button and press F8. Try this pushing F8 once. then try it again pushing F8 twice. And so on. The F8 button switches the display between the lcd monitor on the laptop and the external display. There should be an option in there to display on both at once.

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