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With the projector ON and CONNECTED to the laptop, Go to your Control Panel and Enable the Dual Screen Mode, or, try to find on your keyboard the key that shows a little monitor...Then press the Function Button (Fn) + the button with the little monitor on it(usually it is the F4)several times until you get to the point...
NeoSmart Technologies offers a download called Vista Recovery Disk in .iso format. Download and mount the iso with your favorit burning program. Boot to the cd to access the recovery center. Hopefully you'll be able to repair your Windows Vista installation or restore to a known good configuration.
if reboot vista is not work for you. then you must trying display setting in your vista. usually each operating system have their own display setting application. for example i using windows xp with intel graphics on board. the graphics have the software called as intel graphics media accelerator driver. in my pc i can found a little blue box icon in the right bottom. i just right click then choose the output to monitor + notebook. what type of your vga?, you can find that information in device manager.
if you are using windows vista forget about using that player in ur laptop dude.... vista has compatibility issues... many softwares which used to run well in windows xp are not running in vista,,,, try finding the driver for the player for vista,,,...