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Re: hp vp 6210
Connect the laptop with projector and power up the projector and select the input 'computer' now start the laptop. the Projector will automatically detect the signal. secondly also chek with the display setting set to 800x600 then check with higher resolution.
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HI, Its not an HD (1080p) projector. So it will not be able to show HD picture. In HD projectors there will be an input named HDMI(
High-Definition Multimedia Interface ).This projector able to Show picture up to a resolution 1080i (HDTV) Though component video input. Check the link for its spec Specification Ajin
you need to hold function down and press something like F1 F2 F3 F4 maybe twice to clone the screen display and make sure your projector is on vga and there is a secure connection between your laptop and your projector.
first reset the settings to factory default. then make sure that the source resolution is 1024x768. select auto search source. swap cables. if still nothing, you need to flash the projector with the latest firmware (check the infocus website).
Usually you can use a VGA connection cable to connect your computer with a projector. They also have inputs for s-video and RGB but these are much rarer on computers. Once you have connected the projector press the key on your keyboard that looks like a square with two lines on either side (mine is FN+F4) This will shuffle through different setups (mirrored to screen, extended to screen and back to normal) if this doesn't work try plugging in the vga cable and restarting the computer with the projector on.
sometimes it helps to hook up laptop and then power everything up at once. Also check and make sure that you have the source looking for the laptop or have it on auto search for it may also need to the check the menu for the projector to see if the may have a manuel connect for the laptop to be able to view
you dont connect a projector to a tv. you connect a video source to the projector like a dvd player or a video machine.xbox 360 etc, the projector then projects the item connected to it, like your tv does when you connect similar items.
The projector has a couple of inputs available to it ..this is why it is saying searching VGA and Composite video etc