Question about InFocus X1 Multimedia Projector
While attempting to play a DVD from a laptop using Mediaplayer, we can get the frame of media player to project through the Infocus X1, see the DVD image on the laptop, but not DVD image through the projector. We have checked all connections, restarted both the projector and laptop. We get other images to display through the projector, but no DVD image.
A great deal of the time DVD players are very restrictive on outputting to multiple sources due to copyright protection. In my experience, if you use your laptops function keys to toggle output (For example, on my laptop, I hit FUNCTION + F4 to cycle between LCD,LCD+VGA,VGA), you should be able to disable the laptop's LCD display, only outputting via the VGA cable. It's worked for me with my HP VP6111 and Windows XP in the past. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 19, 2007
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