Question about IBM MicroPortable IL1210 Multimedia Projector
The color red displays as "black" and there does not appear to be a way to adjust either the color or tint. Both color and tint are grayed out in the "display" menu. Other colors do not appear crisp while they are adequate. The lamp shows 185 hours on it but the projector was serviced about 18 months ago and I am not clear if the "lamp hours used" was reset at that time. My estimate is that there may be ~1200 hrs on the lamp if it is the original lamp. I had to purchase a lamp at $400 - $500 unless there is a high probability that the lamp is the issue. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance, Tom Moser
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: r52 onscreen display issues
What ya need to do is enable the "system utilities" this is software that administrates all ya settings like those ya talking about.. below is a link for ya drivers etc. perhaps it is still in Control Panel and it;s just been disabled somehow.. else DL and install them. www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/MIGR-58931.html
Posted on Aug 17, 2007
have you tried Function F7/F8 ?
Make sure that your display driver is installed correctly.
I had the same Laptop as you did and was able to have dual monitor.
Also check your Display driver in your control panel and make sure it set to dual monitor.
Posted on May 12, 2008
SOURCE: color problem
Hi, it is more likely from an open green and/or blue picture tube's electron gun transistor driver.
If you have an experience on electronics / or use of solder gun, you can just open your monitor and look for the electronic board at the back of the picture tube. Take a look in all transistor ( components with three legs) and solder / check if their legs are not fully soldered to the board. Note: just be careful on the high voltage diode / line ( the one with a thick (like the car distribution wire cable) single wire going to the tube). good luck
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
SOURCE: Thinkpad R40e has no display
According to your post it seems to be a deffinately problem with RAM.Just Remove the below small panel where RAM is located (you can identify the panel at which where small curved indication showing RAM exisitance beneath that panel)Remove the RAM clean it twice and reinstall it in same place.Now turn on the laptop deffinately your laptop shows display. If it is not check with another RAM.This solution deffinately helps to solve your problem.If you have any query come back with more information.
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Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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