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Re: Projector does not get signal from my HP DV 6000...
Try pressing FN on your keyboard then press F3 = FN+F3 at teh same time to project waht is in the laptop to the projector........
if not go to desktop right click anywhere select display properties it should give you the option to select the monitor and projectors detected by the laptop to show what is on you laptop as well posbbile u will need to either expand or if the option cloning will be present to have both show on the laptop and desktop ^_^
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The USB connection only allows the projector's remote control to be used as a "mouse" to advance presentation slides on the PC and perform some other limited functions. The USB connection cannot be used to feed video or other signals to the projector. Refer to the operation manual here: HP mp3220 series User Manual
Connect the s-video to your projector.Restart your laptop.Sometimes you have to restart the computer so your video detects the new connection.You can also try and check the video settings to see if you can get the laptop to detect the new connection.
Try pressing the "Fn" function key, holding it and pressing a key on the laptop in the "F" series that either says CRT/LCD or something similar to get it to show up on the projector. Let me know if you are still having trouble.
Referencing a Dell Inspiron 6000 Laptop and a Optoma DLP Projector ExPro 730. Hook up all of the necessary ables and such. Turn both the Laptop and the Projector on. Once the Laptop is booted up, go to the Control Panel and double click on the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver Icon and then click on the Multiple Display and then click on APPLY! Thats it ......... and it works like a charm.
you get yourself a s-video lead..plug one end in pc and other in tv....
on pc f-keys look for the one with a "square" icon on it.(usually f4)
press the fn key and the f4 key together(at once) to switch form pc screen to tv..
make sure youve selected av on tv..you should have an av channel assigned to s-video if not you can assign one in menu settings.
on my tv I have 3 scarts 2 video i/o one front one back and a s-video..video i/o can also be used for audio though there are separate audio outputs.I also have mine linked upto a 10 ft projector screen via infra red so able to watch tv/sky or pc on projector in different room
always make all connections first !! after that : switch on the laptop, or else no detection of an external monitor/projection device is possible. Please check also your bios settings, some can be set to force simultaneous display of external screen and lcd of the laptop. some laptops also require ddc communication between external connected devices. Try to use a full wired ( except pin 9) VGA cable.
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.