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NEC MT1060 DVI Projection problem Problem

Hello Gang, when I hook up my projector to show a movie using an HDMI to DVI cable from a Samsung 1080PT DVD player the video starts to show as the DVD splash screen says loading, then it switches to show PLAY but as soon as the trailers start the screen goes blue and the screen shows the source bar - DVI Input. After several reboots of the DVD player and power ups of the projector it still occurs. Any suggestions or is my graphics card shot or going bad. I have swapped out cables and even DVD players to no avail. Thanks in advnace

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  • tgalliott Sep 13, 2008

    Got the same problem. Tried both hdmi outputs from a 1080P sony blue ray player and a toshiba 1080i player. Neither of these work. With the toshiba I just get a flash of the dvd and then blue screen.

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Check the green signal lead - if one of the RGB leads doesn't make good contact, the picture will take on an odd tint that doesn't always look like it's missing one of those colours. For some reason, the green is always the most common one to fail.

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did you buy that adapter from radio shack if so then return it and look at somewhere like staples or best buy they can help you

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