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Project is not projecting my laptop's image

I have a Dell D500 laptop... Have a pps presentation, but the problem is that the projector, sanyo plc-xu73, won't project the image of my laptop. It is working with a sony vaio one.

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You need to go into the control panel and see if this model will support dual display.


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