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Sanyo pro xtrax projector

HELP! I have back to school night tonight and I can't get my projector to find the input for my powerpoint presentation. I have access to a dell laptop or a emac. Is this a wiring issue or something else??

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Listen im a comp wiz on the remote press video 1 egt. if that doesn't work trash it

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I am not understand the exact problem.
Can you pls explain briefly about your problem?

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