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My screen on the laptop is fine, but the screen projected has a pink tinge to it. When I play a DVD or VHS through the projector it is fine. The projected screen in pinkish when projecting from a laptop.

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  • TOsborn May 01, 2008

    Could this be a cable issue? The pins all look fine. The cable is a M1 to VGA with USB

  • Anonymous Oct 27, 2008

    when i project from a epsin powerlight 822 the screen is pink and we allready tried a new cable

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First try a new vga cable. if the problem persists, go into the menu and find the settings to that computer output. chances are it's on component. set it to vga. if that doesn't help, reset back to factory default, then set it to vga.

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