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> Laptop Projection Problem
Drclassroom
post Feb 10 2004, 03:12 PM
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I should get more facts first, but it's been hard-so here goes.
A person walks into a classroom with a laptop(model?) and as it was described 3rd person, when running Linux the projected image (NEC 1030+ projector) is fine, as soon as they go to Windows the pictur looks as if it is looking for sync. Any ideas?
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hughesjr
post Feb 10 2004, 08:35 PM
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check the refresh rate of the display in windows ... (right click on the desktop, select properties, then select the display tab ... go to advanced and reduce the refresh rate for the monitor)....

normally the projector can't handle the refresh rate if it is to high...


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