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No Signal The projector works fine during windows start up, but once the desktop shows on the notebook you lose the picture on the screen. No Signal

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On your notebook press fn key and look for F# key that has a monitor or lcd picture on it( ex: F5 or F4). and press on it as well while holding down fn on keyboard

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