Question about CTX Optoma EzPro 580 Multimedia Projector
You may need to reduce the resolution on your comptuer screen. Try going to Control Panel, Display, and Settings and lowering the resolution a notch or two.
Also, you must make sure that the computer is set to send the signal to the external monitor,. That usually means holding down the Function key and pressing the F5 key or the one with the picture of two monitors on it. You will see several options for display. Toggle with the F5 key to the one that shows the computer screen and the external monitor at the same time.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
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