Question about NEC MultiSync GT1150 Multimedia Projector
Sanyo projector is not registering a signal when connected to a Dell laptop. I followed set-up procedure--first, connect machine. Then turn on projector, then laptop and hit "FN + the LCD button (F8)"
This happens a lot with the Dell laptops. The reason is because of the frequency that is being sent out on the laptop. Try toggling the laptop to where your laptop screen is black. (if laptop screen doesn't go black, you may have a bad cable). Next try lowering the "refresh rate" to around 60 Hz with your resolution at or below 1024x768.
Reason for the toggle to black is because if both screens are visible (Dell only I believe) the frequency out is lower than that of the computer and the projector has problems syncing up.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
Hi, Perhaps you can try lowering the screen resolution first of the laptop before plugging in the projector and then the Fn + F8. Thereafter, gradually increase the screen resolution until projector stops displaying. The idea is that your current screen resolution maybe too much for the projector to handle. This of course is assuming that there is no hardware problem with the projector. Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turn up or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Sep 14, 2007
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