Hi, Our Toshiba projector has suddenly developed a magenta tint to all images. However, the startup image looks okay. Could it be the bulb? (its high in the auditorium and is not easy to replace or I would have tried it already)
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It could be a broken connection in the computer lead for the red signal, or a fault on the projector that the red panel doesn't work any more.
To diagnose, bring up the projector's on screen display. If there's white in the menus then the problem is the cable. Replace it with a new one. If the menus are affected too then it's a projector problem. This requires the attention of a service engionner.
hi try using the function key to toggle the display output form the laptop.every laptop when connected to an external display like projector works in the multiple diplay mode.in this mode the laptop vga output can be seen in 3 modes------ only laptop screen, only external deipaly(projector) & both laptop & projector.check this & this should work fine
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A tinted image (whether green or another color) is almost always a symptom of a bad or damaged cable - or a loos cable connection. In your case, you'll likely need a new M1 to VGA cable (Part# SP-DVI-A-R).
Assuming that you've made sure that the cable connections are solid at both ends, there is a simple test to verify that this is a cable issue and not a costly projector issue. While the image is tinted green, open the menu. If the menu colors appear fine while the rest of the image is still tinted green it's the cable.
If you are plugging in a monitor cable, it is most likely a cable issue. I would try another cable and make sure the cable is seated firmly into the projector. If that doesn't help, check the port on the projector for bent or missing pins because it seems that not all of the video information is reaching the unit.