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It has been working wonderfully. I went to turn on and it will not project image from my laptop. It says "No Signal". I have went through each source even though it is all hooked up for "COMP2" . . .all say no signal. Both cables are still hooked up, but I unhooked and rehooked just in case they had loosened. Cables are in and nothing is different from when I used it Friday in my classroom. I have to present ot a group of teachers Monday morning and mega hours of work need to be projected on my screen. I am panicking!

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Depends on model of laptop but
a) try Fn+F8 (or whatever the Function key that has LCD/CRT on it
b) for xp right click on the desktop>Properties>Output to or go into settings

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