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Laptop Toshiba connected to a Epson projector. It freezes when I play a DVD

Hello, I connect a Toshiba Laptop to a Epson projector and everything is all right until I want to see a dvd. When I click on play the computer freezes. Thanks

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I would guess, remove Win8 and go back to a proper OS.

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check HDMI port, whether it is work well.by connecting another laptop.
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Hello i have a problem i have a epson ex30 projector and i cant make it work with mt toshiba labtop


Hello:
When connecting a projector or second display to your laptop, you may need to tell the laptop to "clone" or "duplicate" your display onto the second device. This can be done one of two ways:
  1. A key combination on your keyboard.

    A. While holding the Function or Fn button on your keyboard, press the
    Function key that shows a picture of a monitor or a computer and a
    monitor. On my Toshiba laptop, this is F5.

    B. You may have to press the Function key multiple times. If this doesn't
    work, proceed to option 2.

  2. The video card driver's settings.

    A. Navigate to Start>Control Panel>Display

    B. In Windows 7: On the left-hand side of the window, choose "Connect to a
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I want to play a dvd on my slide projector is this possible


yes
You need to connect you dvd player to the projector with video leads.
(hdmi, svideo or component) depending what your dvd player has.

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Mar 04, 2011 | Epson EMP-S1H Multimedia Projector

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Cant get it to work with laptop


power ON your projector and laptop
connect your laptop and projector with VGA cable and press
if your laptop PANASONIC or NEC (Fn+F3)
ACER, HP,SHARP,TOSHIBA (Fn+F5)
LENOVO, SONY (Fn+F7)
DELL, EPSON (Fn+F8)
FUJITSU (Fn+F10)
APPLE (F7)
If problem exist remove the VGA driver in your laptop and reinstall the correct driver not a standard display driver

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you can plug in to a laptop if the laptop has vga out. affter plug play the film or something and give the view to projector. need to pushing special button on keyboard. which is with FN

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The projector probably has a user manual, right? Have you followed the steps in connecting pc with projector? You might have missed a setting or something and need to re-check it.

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DVD playback through vga out


hello..!

You have, to On your laptop first, before you connect your projector,then change your display settings to (color quality to 32bit)after you change, connect now your projector,then press and hold the fn functions key while pressing the Fn key ,you press the F6 or any of the funcion key with the display of monitor
once. just repeat until you get the right keys.







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Epson Powerlite 1815p screen projector - DVD playback video jerkiness when there is motion in the video


Hi,

I am assuming that the DVD plays normally on the display of the Dell 745.

Then the issue(s) may be with the:
1. Networking configuration/set-up of the Dell and/or the Epson;
2. ethernet cable;
3. configuration/set-up of the projector or the Epson itself.

A couple of things you can try:
1. Optimize your networking throughput.
1.1 Increase your PCI Latency Timer to 128 or 255 in the Dell's BIOS/CMOS setup (if present);
1.2 Try running DRTCP.exe and/or TCPOptimizer.exe appropriate to the Dell's OS;
1.3 Disable all other networking activities on the Dell. This may include auto updates, security/antivirus checks, etc. while running the DVD;
1.4 Slim down Dell's startup programs to bare minimum;
1.5 Increase your OS' swap file to roughly double your onboard memory
2. Try running a hub midway between the Dell and the Epson.
3. Verify that it is not the Epson that is problematic by playing a video source to the projector’s Video or S-Video port. If it is, then you have narrowed down the problem to the playing capability of the Epson.

Alternately if all else fails, perhaps you can try using:
1. a DVD player to the projector’s Video or S-Video port; and/or
2. a USB external DVD drive or a CompactFlash card (with a copy of the movie) direct to the 1815p
while settling the main issue.

Hope this be of help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Jan 07, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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