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Does not show color when hooked to my laptop

I am using a vga cable to connect the projector to my laptop and the projector does not shows the image of my desktop but with a red tint without any other colors. It looks like black and white but with a red tint. How can i fix this please.

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  • adkh Aug 19, 2007

    sorry the projector does show the image of my desktop

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    I have a Mitsubishi XD206U projector in my classroom. The Dell laptop that I had been connecting to it to show DVDs in class has died, and I purchased a Toshiba Satellite L55 series laptop with Windows 8. When I tried to hook up the projector to show a DVD, I got an error message that the output device does not support HDCP. Is there anything I can do to get the projector to show DVDs played from my new laptop? It shows Power Point slideshows and videos that are online just fine.

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Chang vga cable and check colour from menu.

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