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Cannot play movies

I have a Infocus LP70+. We bought a DVI-VGA adapter but we cannot see the picture from computer using DVI-VGA cable. S-video port works though. We hooked up the projector with a S-video cable to the computer. We can see static pictures displayed but if we click on a DVD or a recording, it doesnt play. Do i need different cables ? What could be the problem ?

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  • JustChecking Feb 19, 2008

    Thanks for the info. I have to get one of these cables and try it out. Hope i can see movies using one of these cables.

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Yes you need to replace the cable first, I have seen a fw of the cables go bad on this model.

http://www.infocus.com/Accessories/Cable.aspx

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