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My hp laptop plays the dvd but the viewsonic does

My hp laptop plays the dvd but the viewsonic PJ510 does not detect the rgb signal. Please help?
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Try pressing the "Fn" function key, holding it and pressing a key on the laptop in the "F" series that either says CRT/LCD or something similar to get it to show up on the projector. Let me know if you are still having trouble.


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