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after you connect the laptop and the image shifts to the right, press auto adjust on the remote and the image will get OK. If not try resetting the projector settings to factory [not the lamp settings] this should solve the problem if not change the main board
How about a little more information? Does the projector turn on? has it ever worked? What type of interface (VGA, DVI, HDMI, RCA) What type of computer (notebook or desktop)
That being said, double check your cable connections and make sure you tell your computer to look for the projector (Dell laptops used to use FN+F8 to switch from laptop to projector). Windows 7 has a menu choice "Connect to Projector". Mac computers - check system preferences and make sure the projector is ON before you plug it into the Mac.
VCRs typically do not have RGB outputs. If you are using the VCR as a tuner for your projector, then be sure you have selected the VCR/TV button to VCR then your VCR will be the tuner. If you have it set to TV then the signal is passed through the VCR by your coax to the TV and the TV is the tuner but the VCR is now only outputting Channel 3.
The Epson is a monitor only. It has no tuner, so no cable connections. If you have a cable box or VCR, or DVD with RCA Style Connectors (yellow, red and white) connect your cable coax to the box or VCR and then the video and audio outputs on the box or VCR to the projector and select the video mode.
If the TV offers video and audio outputs, you can connect those to the projector. Otherwise you'll need to use a VCR or DVR as the source. In fact, you don't need a TV set at all if the VCR/DVR you use has TV tuning. Hook the video to the projector, run the audio through your stereo system and you're set.
You must make sure the Mac resolution is set to 1024 X 768, otherwise it won't be recognized by the PG M20X Sharp projector. This change in resolution will cause the screen size to get smaller on the mac but, it will allow the projector to recognize the computer.
i have the same problem with my projector it sudden turns off, and it has a blue stipe on the bottom of th screen. is this a sign that my blub is bad? or is it the power supply that is damaged?
it can be on for days without any problems and then they come and go..