The projector turns on and works, the picture is great but all i can get is the main menu. When an external source is plugged in it maintains saying "no input is detected." I have tried plugging in multiple different auxiliary sources through different means (A/V, RGB, S-Video) but nothing has worked. it seems like everything works perfect on the projector except it cant detect input... any ideas?
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I would go into the menu of the projector and turn off the auto source search function and set it to the VGA input. If you have tried your FN and 'F' keys simultaneously to send the signal through the VGA port and still have nothing, you may have a faulty video card.
It sounds like your module that controls the menu and the "cycling through" may not be in sync or may needs to be replaced. I had times have had to make sure the Optoma EP716 had to be first plugged in and "on" before the PC can communicate with it. Once the Optoma is "ON", then turn your PC/Notebook on. If there is no connection via USB, "S" cable and/or your VGA (be sure your PC/Notebook is set to have the external VGA "active"). Let me know if this works or not. Then we can try to move forward with other options for troubleshooting. BTW...how long have you had this multimedia and how many hours of use does it have?...JGUAM
This works on a couple different Toshiba models -- might work on yours...
Make sure the main power switch is OFF. Hold the "ON", "MENU", and "INPUT" buttons at the same time and turn the main power switch on. Keep them held until the yellow power standby light comes on, then let go. It is done.