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Re: Dell d600 vga out acting up
Sounds as if a connection has come loose. Start by checking the connections inside the machine. If the conections are clean and connected properly, and the problem persists, then it's going to be a bad port. Check the port by getting everything up and running with the port exposed, then press on, wiggle or move the port and if you get the same problem then the port is bad.
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You have to check the color wheel of your projector. Every dlp projector have color wheels to provide color. if the rotation of the color wheel is not in corrct RPM this will happen. Also you have to check the color wheel RPM counter sensor. There will be a sensor near the color wheel To count the rotation of the color wheel. First of all you have to remove these two items carefully and clean it well.Then refix it and check. Added the picture of color wheel for your refference.
hi, You have to check the color wheel of your projector. Every dlp projector have color wheels to provide color. if the rotation of the color wheel is not in corrct RPM this will happen. Also you have to check the color wheel RPM counter sensor. There will be a sensor near the color wheel To count the rotation of the color wheel. First of all you have to remove these two items carefully and clean it well.Then refix it and check. Added the picture of color wheel for your refference. ok
Baily, I have had my HC1500U color wheel replaced two times due to the color wheel's unpleasant "buzz saw" effect showing up every few thousand hours of usage. It is happening again for the third time and I am still within Coscto's warranty so I am going to have it replaced again...will never buy a DLP projector again...too many moving parts that can break!
Would love to be able to replace it myself if you ever find a place that sells the color wheel.
Hi there if you have plugged into your external vga port all you have to do is press fn + f8 that should now show the image on both laptop and external ie projector
Regards Al "alstech"
Switches the video image to the next display in the following sequence: the integrated display only, the integrated display and an external CRT monitor simultaneously, an external CRT monitor only, the integrated display and an external DVI monitor simultaneously, and an external DVI monitor only.
<Fn> + up-arrow key
Increases brightness on the integrated display only (not on an external monitor)
<Fn> + down-arrow key
Decreases brightness on the integrated display only (not on an external monitor)
Im not sure sounds like its something internal thats not related to the lamp reset (board or component failure). I have a totally different problem. I have a bad dlp chip and need a donor unit to replace if you dont get this fixed and want to sell it email me @email@example.com and let me know. Good luck thx sean
The flickering may not be caused by a corrupt driver, it could be the impending failure of the fluorescent back light of the display or its high voltage supply.
Trying driver replacement though is the first thing to try.
If the original driver is corrupt, you can try the following;
- Right-click on My Computer - Left-click on Properties - Click on Hardware tab - Click on Device Manager - Locate and open Display Adaptors
- Locate the video listing for your
- Highlight and delete this - Reboot the computer
If Windows does what it should (no guarantee on this!), it will 'find' a 'new device' and install the driver for it.
Hi, If you have tried other video sources & still get the same results. It sounds like the motor that turns the color wheel is going bad, These motor's run from 5,000 to 10,000 rpm depending on model & are usually the first point of failure in a color wheel based DLP projector, If you don't count the lamp.
Overtime it may begin to make a squealing noise. Usually you can find replacement motors on the internet by searching the part number printed on the motor google is great for searching part numbers.
suggest you to go to dell support website and ask the solution there and i have also that problem because I own one . and try to configure your laptop at dell to determine the problems and yet to install programs and drivers . Good Luck!