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Problem hooking my macbook to the Powerlite 62c/82c the projector

The projector does not recognize my MacBook when they are hooked together via USB cable.  Do I need another cable?

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For these types of projectors if you're planning to hook it up using you MacBook ;

You will need a converter ( from VGA to DVI )
Using the VGA cable that came with the unit when purchased ;

Connect the VGA cable on the back of the Projector and on the other of the cable you will connect the converter ( VGA TO DVI ) since for MAC systems it has DVI ports for monitors not VGA...

You can purchase the converter at any Mac store or any computer shop near you..

Posted on Apr 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Connecting a Projector to a MacBook

Just get a VGA adaptor for your macbook, and it should work just fine, that's what I did.

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

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