Question about HP Pavilion dv2000t Notebook
I have an HP Pavilion laptop and want to connect to and use a video projector to show a slide presentation.
You can connect the Projector to the VGA Port of the Notebook which is a Blue Port which can be seen at the rear of any desktop computer to which we usually connect the Monitor to.
The VGA Port will have 15 holes on it and should be in Blue colour.
You can locate the VGA Port at the Left side of the Notebook.
Locate the port according to the information available below :
Refer to page number 14 (18 of 32) in the manual.
Once you connect the Projector to this port, hold the FN key and press F4 key once.
This wil get the Display on the Projector connected to the Notebook.
If you just want the display only on the Projector, hold the FN key and press the F4 again.
Now, if you want the display back on the LCD of the Notebook, Press the FN + F4 third time.
Hope this helps..
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