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My church has two Sanyo PLC-XF30 or XF30NL's. I just added a second wide screen monitor to our Song Show Plus projection software (the wide screen monitor shows the software full time) while my Dell 4X3 monitor shows what projected onto the screen. The two monitor setup is working fine. HEre's my problem: the left hand edge of my slides is being slightly cut off. The right edge and top and bottom are adjusted pretty well now. Our computer resolution is set to 1024 X 768. Can you help with the cut-off left edge? Many thanks, Lew in NM

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  • lewking Feb 25, 2009

    Our two monitors are:

    Software monitor: Dell SE 198WFP (new widescreen monitor 16X9)
    Screens monitor: Dell E 173FP (several years old 4X3)

    Lew in NM


  • lewking Feb 25, 2009

    Ekse requested some information, which I posted as a comment, but he gave me no email address to send it to.

    How can I get information to Ekse?

    Lew in NM


  • lewking Feb 27, 2009

    I tried the monitor things you suggested, but nothing changed on the screens. It is definitely a projector problem. I even called the software support team and everything on the software is correct. I tried using some of the projector pc menu adjustments: horizontal settings - vertical settings - but nothing corrected the problem. The software support lady suggested a master reset on the projectors, but I could not find one in the projector manual. Is there a universal reset code for the all video projectors?

    I still have the image cropped badly on the left margin and a little on the top margin. The right and bottom margins are fine.


  • lewking Mar 02, 2009

    I found that in my Auto PC Menu on the projectors, that I could change the Total Dots and correct the alignment problem.

    Thanks for your help.


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Hey,

Could you send me the model of the monitors? I think you can adjust the cutoff in the monitor settings that are build in, adjust the screen position or width a little. A model would be helpful and I can answer you better.


Thanks,
Ekse

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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  • Ekse Feb 26, 2009

    Hey,



    Thanks I got the comment. Sorry I was away.

    Looking into it now.

  • Ekse Feb 26, 2009

    The recommended resolution for the display is 1280 x 1024 Since its at a lower setting, the screen needs to be adjusted from the buttons on the front.






    First try a Auto Adjust (c button) and see if it corrects the problem, it most likely won't but try it and let me know.



    Then if the problem is not solved, open up the menu from the A button.



  • Perform monitor reset on "All Settings"
  • Push 'Auto-Adjust' button
  • Adjust the centering controls so the picture is shown fully on the display.



  • If this hasn't solved the problem drop me a comment and lets look into it more.

  • Ekse Feb 27, 2009

    Sorry, did you have the problem on your monitor or your projector display?

  • Ekse Mar 02, 2009

    Great to hear.

    Let me know if you need anything else.

    Thanks,

    Ekse

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