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E6400 will not display on both screens the projector and notebook screen its one or the other. how do I get it to display on both at the same time.

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  • george_webb Jul 29, 2010

    Function F5 is refresh.

  • george_webb Jul 29, 2010

    not correct

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Press Fn (Function button) and while holding it down press F5 repeatedly. It cycles through laptop screen only, projector only and projector + laptop screen.

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  • Joe Bannon Jul 29, 2010

    F5 on it's own is refresh. Holding down the Fn button on the keypad and then pressing F5 repeatedly cycles through the screen, projector or both. Note you must be connected to the projector. I've done it many times on different computers.

  • Joe Bannon Jul 29, 2010

    I've just checked on the net. Some laptops use F4 or F6 instead of F5 along with the Fn key. There should be a picture of a screen drawn on the appropriate F button.

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from the video card control pannel set up the projector to clone, so will show the same image to desktop and to projector to, if yout software from projector let you i think u will got same settings..clone display

after that will work whit out problem

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after that will work whit out problem

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@praskumar79

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1. Is your display automatically transfer to the projetor right away when you plug the VGA/HDMI cable to the computer? If not, and Fn+F8 doesn't do anything, try to press the Windows Key+P (the windows key looks like this ray_tosh_1.jpg ). This will allow you to switch between displays. (see image below).

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2. If you choose one of the display mode above and it still won't clone/extend the image on your computer to the projector, try to use a different cable. If still no go, try to re-install the display driver and see if that fixes it. If same issue, there might be a problem with your VGA/HDMI/Display port and needs to be serviced.

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