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HELP PLEASE!!! NEC NP-V260 Computer In can not detect signal from the Computer


Which connection type are you trying to use (VGA, HDMI, etc). It would help to know what kind of computer you are using and whether you are using the projector as the only display or trying to do multiple displays.</br>
If using a laptop then check and see if you have a key to switch displays. It will usually be one of the function keys (F4, F5, etc) and will most likely be a secondary action of the key requiring you to hold down your FN key then push the function key. This will switch between your laptop's outputs.</br>
If using a desktop you need to go to your display properties. Win7 right click the desktop and go to Screen Resolution. You need to make sure that the Multiple Displays setting is set to Duplicate These Displays or Extend These Displays to make sure that the display adapter is sending a signal to the projector.

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My mac book and epson projector doesn't show the signal


To my knowledge there are no video drivers to output video on a Mac USB port in the Mac OS system. There are however, devices that connect to the USB port that will give video out on Conventional (VGA, DVI, HDMI, etc) connectors.e.g. http://www.newertech.com/products/viddu2dvia.phpMost projectors connect via VGA - what Projector are you using?

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Connecting projector to laptop works at first windows xp comes up but soon as go to welcomne screen projector says no signal??


Your laptop should have a FN key and an 'F' key (The image on the key looks like two monitors side by side or it will say LCD/CRT) which you need press simultaneously to allow the laptop to send the signal out through the VGA port. Usually I have to repeat the process three times to allow the image to be presented on both the laptop screen and the projector. If this still doesn't work, go into desktop properties, advanced and unclick the square saying 'extend to..............' (sorry I can't remember the rest of the extend bit as I am in front of my PC not laptop and the settings are different. You should find it though.

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I am trying to hook my notevision projector to my laptop so that i can show a powerpoint. I did not receive a cord with my projector. Which cords will i need? I received a usb to usb and VGA cord but i...


I tend to use the VGA cable. Once connected, switch the laptop on until you get to the desktop, then switch on the projector. Some will see the signal, if not, simoultaneously press your FN and relevant 'F' key to send the signal out to the VGA. You may need to do this 3 times, once to send to projector, one to send back to laptop screen and then once to send the signal to both projector and laptop screen. Sometimes this can take a short amount of time. You may want to change the projector settings to the VGA input so it doesn't constantly search for a source. If you still have problems, go into properties on your laptop and advanced. you m,ay need to unclick the box saying 'Extend to..........' (You should find what I mean from this, I am in front of a pc therefore the settings are slightly different.)

If nothing then works, it may be your video card.

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InFocus IN2102EP Projector My projector is connected to an Elmo TT-02s digital presenter that I use to show documents to my Students. When I first power on both devices, they seem to be working fine then...


Most projectors have an auto search function which can be switched off. You can then set the source to the specific input that you are using. Of the problem persists it may be the battery of the Elmo. (If it has one) Maybe it isn't strong enough to send the signal and maintain it.

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you cannot display an image over a wireless network to your projector. All you will be able to do is control the projector through wireless. The image signal has to come from a cable input such as hdmi or vga, composite or component. This particular projector though HAS to be hard wired to allow wireless devices to control it anyway. So you idea of sending a wireless signal to view images from your laptop will NOT work.

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Have an infocus litepro 580, lamp and speakers works fine. Projector will only show the "infocus systems" opening display without changing to my video source. All cables are correctly in,...


Go into the settings menu of the projector and turn off the auto source function, then select the input that you are using.

if using a laptop you may have to simultaneously press your FN and relevant 'F' key to send the signal out to the projector. The 'F' key usually has an image of two side by side monitors or it says LCD/CRT. Wait a few seconds each time for the signal to be sent to the projector. Sometimes you may have to repeat this action 3 times to get the image on both your laptop and your projector.

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HDMI inputs do not show a picture. They worked but now do not. They display the setup program from the Onkyo AV receiver via HDMI output, but not when the receiver is pushing any other signal via the...


This is likely a problem with the receiver not the projector. If the setup screen from the receiver is displayed through the projector, then the projector is functional. If the actual signal is not displayed, then the receiver is not sending the signal. The setup screen is generated inside the receiver and is injected later in the video path than the input signal. Try a direct connect from the signal source (other side of the receiver) to the projector. Again, if that works, then the problem is the receiver.

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"no signal " on the screen


After half a day of tinkering around with my new Acer I fixed my problem, which I think is yours also. I connected it to my notebook, it read the signal 'D-Sub' or something like that, and after my notebook finished startup, it reverted to no signal. I tried it with my desktop and it worked just fine. The display will only show up on one output device. It worked fine on my desktop because I was unplugging my monitor in order to hook up the projector. Hooking the projector up to my notebook left the display panel still active and that was where it displayed. In case I'm not making sense, the solution is this: After setting everything up, hit Control+Alt+F1 to switch display from your screen to the projector. To switch back, hit Control+Alt+F3

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Hi John

Is your Projector's source scan swithed on ?

Does it pick up a signal when you press the source button ?

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