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Dlp projector won't show monitor

Used to. then no. so I bought a new cable. no luck. will not display monitor.

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Are you on the correct input selection? have you looked to see if the bulb will light? don't look into the lamp it will blind you. lamp bulbs only last for a limited amount of time.

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HELLO,

If your LCD or DLP projector displays no image, this could be a variety of problems. First, check that the projector has power. On the top of the LCD or DLP projector should be some lights. With power, those lights will be on. If it has power, check to make sure that the projector lamp is firing. If so, go to the source. Make sure that it is connected with a VGA cable or USB cable to your computer, or with an RGB cable, S-Video cable or DVI connection to your VCR/DVD Player. From a laptop computer, the VGA cable should be connected to the VGA out connection, and into the VGA in connection on the projector. Are both ends tight?

If everything has checked out so far, the solution probably lies with the external monitor port. Check this by holding the Fn key on the keyboard, then press the F7 key. (On some computers, the key might be F5 or F3. Try these if F7 doesn't work) Each time you press the Fn / F7 combination, you will cycle your display through the following settings:

* Press Fn / F7 once: The laptop screen only
* Press Fn / F7 twice: The projector port only
* Press Fn / F7 three times: Both the laptop and projector port
* Wait a few seconds after each time you press the key combination to let the LCD or DLP projector refresh. Nine times out of ten this will result in seeing your projected image.


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I had the same problem and was having no luck but stumbled over this solution. Take the monitor cable going into the back of the projector unscrews the screws holding it in place and then pull out the cable just a fraction. Obviously not enough to pull it all the way out but just enough so it's not rammed all the way in. Flickering line disappears. Not super technical I know but it a solution.

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That S-video cable...if it is longer than 1 meter you will get a poor picture. Get an component cable and connect your players thru that, that will improve thepicture 1000 times, belive me

This is the connectors back on your Acer
1 x RGB D-Sub 15pin
1 x Composite
1 x S-Video
1 x Component

And the component connector is way the best of them, its better that all of the together..if i may say so


Good luck
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Try the following:
Power up the projector first. With the laptop hooked up but not powered on once projector is warming up begin booting laptop. If there is still no display once its projector is fully warmed up and laptop booted you can try using the (fn) key with the laptop monitor switching function key usually F4 which switches the display monitor to show on external, external and laptop or just laptop. If this all fails try changing resolution of laptop to something that might be more projector friendly.
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the signal resolution may not match on the projector.

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After half a day of tinkering around with my new Acer I fixed my problem, which I think is yours also. I connected it to my notebook, it read the signal 'D-Sub' or something like that, and after my notebook finished startup, it reverted to no signal. I tried it with my desktop and it worked just fine. The display will only show up on one output device. It worked fine on my desktop because I was unplugging my monitor in order to hook up the projector. Hooking the projector up to my notebook left the display panel still active and that was where it displayed. In case I'm not making sense, the solution is this: After setting everything up, hit Control+Alt+F1 to switch display from your screen to the projector. To switch back, hit Control+Alt+F3

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I bought mine new... hooked it up and got the same response. I would have torn my hair out but I am bald! Checked everything. Great frustration. Finally, I thought to replace the cable with one I have on my monitor. Worked perfectly! A brand new cable and it was faulty! Contacted the company and they sent out a new one. Even sent a packet to ship my bad one back so they could find out what happened. No connection problems with the new cable.

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Hi, Normally your connection should work straight out. Pls verify that your dvi output is enabled/activated by checking your display properties. In a Windows based OS machine, right click on any clear area of your desktop, click on Properties. Click on the settings tab, Advanced button. Check on the different abs such as Monitor, display and others. There should be an indicator for dual view or enabling/activating your secondary display unit (which is your projector). Hope this be of some idea/help. Post back how things turn up or should you need further information. It may also be of help if you can provide info on your PC. Good luck and kind regards.

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I assume connecting a monitor/lcd panel display doesn't exhibit the missing red? To narrow this down, try using the cable with either a different projector or monitor/flat panel display. In short, does the problem follow the cable to these other devices? If so, then even though there are no pins bent over, the cable is probably bad. Cables can develop an internal connection break, even without showing any external evidence. This will usually occur at a connector end, and is often the result of overflexing, bending or other straining of the cable near the connector. Can you borrow another cable from a friend? A couple of other possibilities: 1. A broken solder connection at the VGA jack inside the projector. This can occur, again, if the connection is stressed (flexed, jammed, pulled on etc.). 2. The circuitry just beyond the VGA jack, which processes the video information could have a defect, not passing the Red info. The latter problem is one for a capable technician, and depending on expertise, you might be able to repair a broken solder connection.

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