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Yupar my projector is can not working, it show only blue screen eg : source :computer (Auto) no signal .(? help)

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Hi yupar

Try holding down the Fn ( function key ) on your keyboard and pressing in the F-row of buttons the one with either 1 or 2 screens on it.

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