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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did you try going into MENU --> PICTURE --> SIGNAL MODE, and then pressing > to go through all the signal modes? On mine, most of the signal modes split the screen weirdly as you described, but one of them (in my case XGA3, but I'm not using a Mac) looks right.
Posted on Mar 09, 2007
A great deal of the time DVD players are very restrictive on outputting to multiple sources due to copyright protection. In my experience, if you use your laptops function keys to toggle output (For example, on my laptop, I hit FUNCTION + F4 to cycle between LCD,LCD+VGA,VGA), you should be able to disable the laptop's LCD display, only outputting via the VGA cable. It's worked for me with my HP VP6111 and Windows XP in the past. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 19, 2007
Hi :-). You'll have to bear with me as I'm not sure how much experience You currently have with using Windows XP, so If explain things to easy, or things you already know & have tried I Apologize in Advance :). Ok I Am Taking A Very Very Big Guess here, but I reckon it could be either Your Sound Card Drivers have dissapeared somewhere. Or You have Some Broken Audio Codecs that need Re-Installing.
Try Running the Windows System Restore Tool, back to a time where the sound card was working. For Example if it stopped working on October 24th 2007 @ 6pm Try and Select a Restore Date as Close to that Time & Date if Possible, otherwise you may loose any files you downloaded prior to your Sound Card Failing Unneccessarily.
Did that Work For You?
If Not post a reply and I'll check back through out the day and give you some more things to try :).
Posted on Oct 26, 2007
SOURCE: VGA Problem
This sounds like a driver or software issue. Check Dell's support site for any projector related drivers or software, and also check the projector manufacturer's site for drivers or software. You might also look for any Windows media player updates.
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
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