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Image not being displayed through projector

I have a Sharpvision XVS96U LCD Projector, that was working just fine with an older computer. I decvided to upgrade to a newer, faster computer with more memory, and had a Dual VGA video card installed so I could display the image on a screen for the public through the projector, and at the same time manage the images on the primary monitor. Problem is, I am getting nothing through the projector, I have run the Dual mode video wizard many times, and yet the problem persists. I have set up my primary and secondary monitors, and nothing seems to work.Do you have any ideas how to get the iomage to display through the projector?

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  • meteshadow May 11, 2010

    did you go to grapic card website.? maybe there is a firmware ot something about this problem.

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Make sure the resolution matches. the projector uses 640x480.

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