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Toshiba 62MX196 DLP projector On Full XVG VESA res. 1360 x 768 picture twisted, curved, bad sync.

Use projector PC input 15-pin D-sub port. After booting signal pass to XVG VESA resolution 1360 x 768 then picture twisted, curved bad sync. Arcade machine sega Yellow Lindbergh video game computer If I use a LCD monitor instead of DLP projector image is good.

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Consult the projector user guide for setup and adjustment. Look for a "Default" or "Restore default" option. Otherwise, manually follow the steps. to square up the picture.

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I went over the specs of the TV.
The max input for the VGA is 1360x768 at 60Hz. Anything higher will make the TV go bonkers.
I would try to get the resolution at 1360x768, then change the frequency to 60Hz.

Posted on May 29, 2009

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SOURCE: Video input won't accept signal.

if the video signal is HD, the projector can't read it.

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

Testimonial: "Thanks. Hopefully this will help others. Since the input was not HD, it didn't solve my issue, however."

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SOURCE: Video input: 2 D-sub No signal /Video input 1 DVI-D No signal

Below is a link that may help you...Good luck http://www.techspot.com/vb/all/windows/t-35070-DVI-to-DVI--No-Signal-on-LCD.html

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SOURCE: no signal for my lcd projector

Have you tried replacing the projector lamp? This company has all the lamps in the world: www.myprojectorlamps.com

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