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Getting image to project

Hi I am having a problem with a sony cpl cs2 projector, it displays a start up image on the wall but I am not sure how to project my slideshow onto the wall.  The operating instructions are missing. The start up box pops up when the pc boots up but the options do not appear to give the options to project the image from the computer to the projector - then to the wall.

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  • heatherk Oct 17, 2007

    I have already done the above but to no avail.

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You are going to have to read the manual, and operate the projector as you read each section

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  • Anonymous Oct 16, 2007

    Check with Sony's website for a user's manual.

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