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Philips DLP front view projector will not display my presentation

My problem is that I have plugged the projector into my laptop but the machine will not display my presentation its says ....searching - what I need to know what is the correct procedure to be carried out when connecting the projector to the laptop-----do I turn on the laptop first?
do I turn on the projector first? and in what order do I connect them?
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Most modern computers don't care which is plugged in first and/or turned on first... But, it can't hurt to have them both plugged in, then turn on the projector - then the computer. If the computer doesn't send a signal automatically on bootup, then you will need to tell it to...

On the function keys at the top of your laptop keyboard, there are some indications (most computer brands are different from one another so it might be one of several indications). Look for something that either looks like a small monitor or two, or label that says "crt/lcd" - this will be in a highlighted color that matches the color of your Fn key to the left of the spacebar. Fress "Fn" and the corresponding key at the top at the same time and you should get some changes from the computer. Depending on your video card, you might need to press it several times to cycle through the various settings of 1)computer screen, 2)display output only, 3)both computer screen & display output, and in some cases 4)no display sent.

Hope this helps! If not, I would check/try new or different cables from the computer to the projector in case you might just have a bad one.

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