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I keep getting a no pc signal even though I'm connected.

It has worked in the past, even though it sometimes meant shutting down my computer and rebooting. Now, even that doesn't work.

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If you get no power, you'll need to replace the power supply. if you are just not getting a signal, reset the settings to factory default on the projector and replace the cable.

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