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Data Projector projecting upside down

The computer image is okay but the image on the screen is upside down. It is a texas instrument XD510U model.

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If you go onto your menu and click on "setup". Press orientation and select the right one for your projector. It allows you to choose whether your projector is on a table top or ceiling mounted etc.

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