Question about Sony Office Equipment & Supplies
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to change your graphics card settings from extended desktop to cloned desktop.
You will find that if you use your mouse currently to drag a window or icon across to the projected screen, it will move the window there. This is the extended desktop.
I assume that what you want is to have the exact same screen on your laptop and your projector - this is called the clone screen.
These setting can be by right clicking your desktop, select properties. Click on the display settings tab. click on the advanced settings button, and the the graphics card tab. There should be another button to launch the graphics card settings there.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
The yellow tint is probably coming from the lens. It could be that the glass is tempered or possibly just needs to be cleaned.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
SOURCE: I have the Optoma Model
right click on main screen, then go to properties, then you can adjust resolution, color, contrast, hue, and much more. You can also do this from control panel and under display.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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On this screen you should see two numbered boxes, labeled 1 and 2. Clicking "Identify" should flash a number on the screen to indicate which monitor is which. Below this is a slider that set's the resolution and color depth of the output. The way this works, click the monitor (1 or 2) then make changes to the resolution and color depth (Don't forget to hit the Apply button after changes are made)
If there's no picture on the projector, most likely the VGA output to that projector is disabled. Click on the number that did not flash on the notebook screen. Right click this number, and select "Enable Display." In the resolution slider (in ksharp's case), slide it to 1024x768, and select 32 or 24 bit color depth. Hit Apply.
Hope this helps.
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