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I had the same problem. The projector works wonderfully connected to my iPhone (with an adapter), and connected to other kinds of laptops, but not with mine. Apparently the projector is not compatible with every laptop. I had to connect my projector to my laptop via a Netgear PTV1000 streaming player in order to use it.
You connect to the player wirelessly. Then use the HDMI cable to connect the player to the projector. Streaming Players
I happened to already have the player so I didn't have to purchase a new device. I hope this helps you.
It's a commom problem when you upgrade to a new OS, Win 8. You have to find the Win 8 drivers. Is that the only thing? In Device Manager, search for hardware changes, locate Win 8 drivers at ASUS website.
Windows 8 is brand new and they may not have the drivers that you need for your computer on line. You may need to call them and ask them to send you a cd/dvd with the drivers for your computer. It is not always wise to upgrade your computer immediately when a new program such as windows 8 comes out. My advice to you is to reinstall your last windows back on your computer for now and if you want to upgrade to windows 8 check to see if all the drivers are available ahead of time, before you upgrade.
This problem was also faced by me some time ago, i just change the data cable (vga cable) and then it will recognized by system,
i suggest to change the vga cable and try to find the DVI cable if possible to connect the projector to system end.
Hope this helps.