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When you plug Swann HD 590 into the overhead projector the image just flashes on and off. If I adjust the sensitivity too much light scrolls across the screen. I've lost my owner manual.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is an adjustment for this sensitivity go to control panel and look up the mouse if there is not icon on the tray to do any options. What your looking for in short is options in the option tick sensitivity there you can adjust it for your comfort. Locate this and your on your way. If you cannot find any touch pad information go to your manufactures web site and download the driver or software for your touch pad. It should drop to the task bar as an icon below. Or if you have the show all icons turned off turn it on it may be in there. The best way to do that is right click in the tray where the icons are and select show all icons or if you see the mouse pad icon there open it and tick options.
That is what I would do Win 7 may have loaded it but the actual configuration files may not have been downloaded, you may also wish to check out the Windows Updates and tick on all the updates you have missed you may find the software there for the mouse pad updates.
That is all I can offer maybe someone else has a better answer here. John
Posted on Apr 12, 2012
Hi! This is a pretty common problem with overhead projectors. At the top of the arm that's over the unit, there should be a lens unit. The unit needs to be rotated so that one lens points down, and one lens points towards the screen. Once the lens is rotated properly, the lens unit is moved up or down in order to focus. There's usually a knob to turn to move the lens up or down.
Posted on Oct 28, 2013
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