Question about NEC VT470 Multimedia Projector
Its a common problem of the video hardware in the laptop - it hasnt the ability to split the video "overlay" (often its decoded by something in the video chip, or at least a seperate bit of software and output seperate from the usual, slower windows & images data stream) off to the second screen & you just see the frame of the player.
if you set the external output to be the main/primary, or sometimes only active screen, it should work. you might also have a chance if you make it an extended desktop rather than a cloned one, then moving the player window entirely onto the projector's "screen"
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
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If the problem is what I describe as a blue haze over the entire image projected, I was told this is a defect in the cable - we have a Dell Video Projector 2300 - and it takes only a dell VGA cable.
So, the problem is in the cable - solution is replace cable.
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