Hi i used to be able to connect to projector or remote monitor easy with my lap top and see what you see on my laptop. ive recently had vista ultimate installed on my machine and now all i can get is monitor exstension! (my dispay extended onto another monitor as a second screen) i want to be able to put what you see on my laptop onto another monitor....can you help?
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Hi Connect your computer monitor out VGA connector to Computer input VGA connector of projector. Select source in projector (with remote) as computer/RGB/VGA as terminology used on the projector..
The projector will work as large screen projection monitor for the projector.
If you want to use monitor and projector both, you can use 1IN-2 OUT VGA distribution amplifier (Commonly called as "VGA Splitter"
All lap tops are different and some are f7 or f10. The picture that your looking for is the one square half way over another square. and make sure that the input selected in the projector is the same as the input you've connected the laptop to.
Hello, you can try this... Connect your laptop with an desktop monitor throughVGA cable.... then Click on start>> goto control panel>> Double click on Power Option>> Under Power Scheme it should be Poratble /Laptop >> Select Never under System Standbye, Trun off Monitor and Turn off Hard Disk.
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Use a standard "video cable" that is used to connect a desktop to a monitor. Your lap-top will also have a similar video out - this is a blue colored outlet jack on your ap-top with three rows of 5-pin holes. The BenQ also has a similar blue receptor jack almost next to the place where you plug in the mains power cable on the rear of the unit.
Don't forget to select the Fn key and F4 on HP laptops. It could also be the Fn key and F8 depending on the laptop brand. It is the apple key and the F7 key on a Mac notebook. On Laptops this will toggle the video to the aux port where the monitor cable connects to the projector. There are 3 modes. video on the laptop screen, video on the laptop and projector, or video to the projector only.