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We have a Compaq iPAQ MP1410 Multimedia Projector and it is only projecting 50% of the image. As in, it projects the right hand side of the image and the left is completely cut off. I have looked at all the suggestions in the Troubleshoot section of the manual, but to no avail. Can you suggest why this might be?

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This sometimes happen when different PC are used on the Projector - sort of confuses it sometimes.

Press the Auto button and it should be ok.

If it still occurs after pressing the Auto button - then your Mainbaord might be faulty.

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