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No signal projector (TLP-S71)message connect to laptop

I am trying to connect my laptop to a projector and I get a "no signal" message from the projector.

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Make sure the cable is good. then make sure the resolution matches.

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

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    TanyaKate8 Apr 24, 2014

    Im sorry but this isnt a very clear awnser how do u check the resolution?

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