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Re: acer aspire one won't connect to projector
On your desktop, right click, select properties.
now go to settings.
do you see screen number 2? select screen number 2 and check that the screen is enabled if not place a check on the checkbox and enable the monitor, now check the resolution and colors adjust them as you see fit, to move objects to the projector display drag them out from your laptop monitor.
I think I have the same computer. It has Intel graphics so it is harder to find information. Here's what I do. 1. Right click on desktop 2. You should see two graphics options. Clock on either of them. 3a. Graphics Options > Output To > Choose Monitor, Clone, or Extended Desktop. 3b. Graphics Properties... gives you a menu driven procedure to do the same thing. If these don't work, open the Control Panel and click on Intel GMA
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power ON your projector and laptop
connect your laptop and projector with VGA cable and press
if your laptop PANASONIC or NEC (Fn+F3) ACER, HP,SHARP,TOSHIBA (Fn+F5) LENOVO, SONY (Fn+F7)
DELL, EPSON (Fn+F8)
If problem exist remove the VGA driver in your laptop and reinstall the correct driver not a standard display driver
HAve you selected the vga input as the source on the projector.
HAve you switched the video out of the PC to the external vga output connector. Press Fn and F5 keys simultaneously several times. Wait a few seconds each time to check for the sync to kick in.
hello, Indentify the video output options of the computer and the input options of the projector. Most common are VGA and S-Video. use the appropriate cable to connect the two. Your projector may be able to probe its ports to see what signal it is getting. On your computer. After you make the hardware connection and your projector is set to receive on the correct port, extend your desktop to show on a TV if S-Video, or on a monitor if VGA. To have the screen of your computer to appear on the external screen, use the FN-Fx key combinations. Examine the laptop`s function keys and look for some icon that shows a computer and a screen. Most probably it is the F5 key. Assuming F5 to be the right key, you press Fn-F5 and an OSD will appear on your computer. You scroll from an icon to the other by pressing F5 while still pressing down the Fn key.
If that does not work, I suggest you check your computer s manual for the right key combinations. Hope it helps.
Solved ....when it projects it says to push Fn and F7 simultaneously for Lenovo laptops. The symbol for the F7 on Lenovo is the computer screen and keyboard plus a screen with a line attaching. On the Toshiba it is the F5 key. Pressing the Fn and F5 keys on the Toshiba simultaneously gives 5 box choices, the middle is CRT and the correct one to transfer from computer screen to projector.
The sequence is fn first then f5 simultaneously then release. However the problem may be the resolution setting on your computer's 2nd monitor output may be out of range (too High) for the 4805 Start with 1024X768 and see if that works.