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please use the following small secret. Disconnect the power adapter from the laptop. 2) Dissasembly the batteries from the laptop. 3) press the power button in ON with the adapter+battery disconnected from the computer. and maintain press the power button by EXACTLY 60 seconds.This liberate the ESD. 4) Try again. God bless you
It is the backlight! That laptop uses a fluorescent lamp. It is bad.
If you look carefully at the screen, you will see the Windows desktop (or whatebver you are running). It just needs to be lit up.... from the back. Tel them to replace the LCd screen or replace the lamp.
Restart the computer and as soon as you see the dell logo tap the F2 key repaetedly. once you are on the blue BIOS screen use the down arrow key to go to maintenance and hit enter. go to load defaults and select continue. hit esc then save and exit.
Check Epson"s support site to see if there is a driver for the projector. Some projectors require a driver for the visual clarity, and lots of times the driver disc doesn't come with the projector, go figure, and don't ask me why.