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Picture dark - colors not true

When projecting pictures from the computer, the projected image is much darker than that one the computer and the colors are not true to the original. I've tried pressing the menu button to access the OS display, but nothing happens

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  • Frau May 06, 2008

    It is a Dell 3300 MP. I use a 1.8m M1-A to D-sub/USB cable.



    thanks,

    Nancy

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What kind of computer are you using and what are the connections to the projector. 

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