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My MacBook could not detect my InFocus LP130 as a second monitor. When I press "find displays" nothing happens. LP130 is OK, Mac is brendnew and an adapter Mac's vodeo port to analog VGA is OK as well. What is the problem. Mac is not abale to work with old projectors/monitors?

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SOURCE: Cannot play movies

Yes you need to replace the cable first, I have seen a fw of the cables go bad on this model.

http://www.infocus.com/Accessories/Cable.aspx

Posted on Feb 15, 2008

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SOURCE: Apple Macbook pro video out to VGA port ("d-sub") on Optoma

There's no solution. it will not connect with macbook pro or any other mac. as on the phone with all technicians and they do not know what to do. I had the unit replaced and still would not connect.

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SOURCE: connecting macbook to infocus screenplay 4805

Hello, try pressing the button marked "AUTO SETUP" on top of the projector.
That will usually solve this problem.

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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SOURCE: Infocus LP130, Bulb fires then goes out

there is a problem with the power to the front fan from the main board. there are 3 wires going to the fans: one power, one return, and one signal. if the main board reads no signal from the fan's speed, it'll shut down. check the power going to the fans and the signal. you may need to replace the main board.

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Here is how you dismantle the LP130, I did a screen capture for you can see it:

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