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Subjecti think i tried that, but will try again... -nt- Reply to this message
Posted byTi-BOne
Posted on07/13/07 07:35 AM



> I had to reboot with the projector on, then cycle through the alt-fn5 key.
> Don't know why it would only work that way.
>
> > Okay, trick question here: (work problem)
> >
> > thereīs this notebook (HP Pavillion ze4430us) and this projector (Infocus
> LP280)
> > both work fine (tested with other computer/projector/monitor/notebook) but
> > doesnīt work with each other.
> >
> > The projector keeps "searching" for signal and nothing appears on the big
> > screen.
> > On Video properties, the driver (Radeon IGN 330M (i think)) finds the
> projector,
> > and even shows the correct name and model of the projector.
> > But nothing i seem to do, can make it work togheter. I tried the notebook with
> > the same cable (VGA-VGA) in 3 other projectors, and worked great on all of
> them.
> > I tried 2 notebooks and 1 computer (desktop) on the projector, and worked
> great.
> > But togheter, the HP and the Infocus LP280 (have 2 of those in company)
> doesnīt
> > work.
> > The problem is : I NEED TO MAKE THEM WORK TOGHETER.
> >
> > I tried changing the refresh rate, the resolution, re-installing video
> drivers,
> > nothing seems to fix it. I tried activating the second monitor in the video
> > driver, and through the fN + f5 function. It doesnīt work. The projector
> behaves
> > like thereīs no signal coming from the computer, but there is. If i take the
> > cable off the infocus, and put on a (per example) DELL projector, it works.
> >
> > I have no idea what else can be.
> > i matched resolutions, i matched refresh rates, i tried several actually, i
> > tried leaving the image only on the project (turning off the notebook LCD
> > display) no good.
> > The only i havenīt tried is changing the LCD display driver (but the radeon
> > driver, i have updated)
> > no luck.
> >
> > machine is running Win XP Pro + SP2 + IE7
> >
> > any ideas that can help me out ?
> >
> > i am seriously think of coming to work tomorrow and do a fresh windows install
> > in it.
> > and if that doesnīt work, i may try the kicking technique.
> >
> > i googled for about a hour, nothing came up.
> >
> > please help a ca bro out ?
> >
> > mucho thanks in advance.
> >
>
>
>




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*Computer Problem - notebook with projector.  Ti-BOne07/12/07 08:12 PM
.*update  Ti-BOne07/13/07 04:34 PM
..*sorry for not reading your post *edit*  Pr3tty F1y07/13/07 07:47 PM
...*Re: sorry for not reading your post *edit*  Ti-BOne07/16/07 08:13 AM
.*Ok, i didn't read your whole post  Pr3tty F1y07/12/07 10:04 PM
..*am aware and tried that..  Ti-BOne07/13/07 07:34 AM
.*Had the same problem once  Cereal Killer07/12/07 09:17 PM
...i think i tried that, but will try again... -nt-  Ti-BOne07/13/07 07:35 AM
.*Have you tried using it on a VGA switcher/splitter?  Death Knight07/12/07 08:40 PM
..*donīt have a vga spliter  Ti-BOne07/12/07 08:58 PM