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Not working on my laptop

Hi,

here's my problem...

My projector is working on boot-up but when it came to the windows it is not...

I'm wondering why?

Then I tried to restart but still it is working during preloading of windows but when it came to windows it stop again it showing a bluescreen like it's not detecting anything connected.

Pls help I really need it badly.

I'm using Windows XP SP2

Thanks,
Jhem

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  • Thx_nb May 11, 2010

    Are you connecting through VGA or S-Video?




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I'm no expert....BUT...I had the same problem. I was told to use the FN (function key) and F5 to swith the display to include the projector. Seems that in bootup, the 'setting' for CRT and/or secor\ndary screen (projector) is not active, but as soon as windows is loaded, the setting kicks in, and may leave your projector screen with no signal. SO try toggling with FN+ F[whatever key your pc uses].

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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Hi Jhem,

It definitively sounds like either a Screen resolution or a Screen Refresh rate problem. I would suggest you start at the bottom: set your Screen Resolution to something very low like 800x600 and set the Refresh rate to 60Hz - both in Windows of course - you'll probably have to do this with you regular display attached to you PC first, then connect your BenQ second. Than move your way up to the recommended spec in your BenQ User manual.

Cheers

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