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Acer laptop stopped displaying to projector

I actually have two Acer laptops in our school district that seemed to have lost their VGA connectivity (the projector works fine with other systems). When connected to the laptop the projector just displays a blue screen. Any thoughts?

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  • jcox96101 Aug 05, 2008

    Thanks! I am pretty new to laptops and didn't know that they had this option. It fixed both of them, and I think there's another out there at another school.

  • Anonymous Nov 08, 2008

    I have put a cable from my laptop m2000 to my tv, which keys do I press to show screen on tv ?

  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2009

    Yes, my mouse shows past the right edge on the laptop screen. But how do I fix this? My projector image is my desktop screen. It won't project a power point even after using the Fn5.

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Here is the deal. Right-click on desktop. Choose settings. Right-click on screen #2. Click on apply for new settings. The one additional problem you may encounter is the fact that the projector will display an area to the right of your laptop screen. In other words, move your mouse past the right edge on laptop screen. Look at projector image. See your mouse?

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Have you tried pressing the Fn+Monitor key combination to select external VGA mode?

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