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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no signal optoma ep739
One good thing is that you are running XP. Will work on the premise (that you have posted) worked before and the driver (ForceWare91.31) was the only thing changed.
Let's try the easy ones first. Activate twin/dual view in your Display Properties. Right click on any clear area of your desktop, click on Properties, click on Settings tab, select monitor 1 or 2 depending which is your primary and which is your projector. Check (or uncheck-whichever works) on box "Extend....". Apply, OK.
do the same with nView Properties.
The hard ones are registry and/or inf editing, though I am reluctant to even suggest.
Incidentally, there is an application that is supposed to facilitate twin or dual view configuration, UltraMon. This may be better/safer way to address your concern.
If all else fails, you may have to rollback/downgrade your driver.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
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Try holding in the Fn ( function ) button and pressing the key in the F-row of buttons that's got one or two screens on it. This pushes the signal to the Projector.
Posted on May 19, 2008
Use the warranty! since you anly had it for 8 weeks, and the waaranty last for one year, go back with it and get it repaired or get a new bulb. A buld last at least 2500 hours, in eco mode it last for over 3000 hours.
Good luck to you
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
It's not a short, the blub is near the end of it's life ~ the optoma is designed to detect when the blub is about to blow and shuts itself down. Turning the projector upside down or right side up usually only gives you a brief reprieve (some have reported a modest amount of extra time gained) on the blub ~ but in the end it's on it's way out and the projector will shut down again.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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