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Infocus projector can show what ever on your desktop. if you open cd on desktop that will show on projector provided you are connected to your projector. Its better to power on projector first and then your computer!
Alternatively you can press Fuction button the button with green lettering on left lower part of keyboard and F4 on top simultaneously to show whats on desktop through your projector! if it does not happen press function button and F4 again!
Have you pressed Fn+F5? It commands using external monitor/ projector. Try this: 1. Connect to projector with projector in ON position 2. Restart your PC If it won't work: 1. Restart your PC, press F8 frequently, choose "enable vga mode"
just connect the vga cable to vga port of laptop and to the projector and in projector choose the source of display vga or pc mode and in laptop press f5 button or right click on desktop and choose the display mode lcd +monitor it will show you the display on projector. Have a nice day and do not forget to rate please...!
I am using a Viewsonic lcd projector with my new Acer Aspire One. I did not have connectivity off the bat. Here's what I did:
1. Downloaded driver (unsigned, not the signed version worked - ie not os-specific) for the lcd projector to the Acer. Restart Acer.
2. With lcd projector connected to Acer, toggle function key & F5. But then, continue holding down the function key. A screen pops up with icons for laptop, laptop/monitor, dual monitor, and lcd projector. You continue to hold down the function key and then press the F5 key to move to the desired device.
I had to repeat the same process to restore my Acer screen to the original proportion when not using lcd projector.
I'm not sure if both steps 1 and 2 are necessary, but I did it simultaneously, so I'm not sure of the origin of success.
Are you using dualview (cloneview)? Try just the single view, projector only. If that doesn't work, reboot with the projector cord plugged in. A similar problem happenned to me before and that's what I did to resolve it.
I have the same model of Acer and it worked in all of my classroom LCD with powerpoint lectures and with a SONY TV at home. Try right-clicking your screen to view the NVIDIA control panel. Configure "dual" multiple display (costumize to "dual" configuration or "forced-detect."