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Grand County I.S. Instruction Series The Operation of Multimedia Projectors. Projectors:. Connecting the portable projector (LP340-B) to a Laptop Computer. TIP. Most errors or problems can be avoided if, the video cables between the Computer and Projector are connected correctly,

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Grand County I.S.

Instruction Series

The Operation of Multimedia Projectors


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Projectors:

Connecting the portable projector (LP340-B) to a Laptop Computer


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TIP

  • Most errors or problems can be avoided if, the video cables between the Computer and Projector are connected correctly,

  • And the Projector is powered on and allowed to fully cycle on,

  • The Computer may be started only after the Projector is has fully cycled up, If these steps are not followed, the projector will not function properly.


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The Projector MUST be connected to the Laptop in this order:

  • 1 Connect the Video Cable into the Projector

  • 2 Connect the Video Cable into the Laptop

  • 3 Connect the USB Cable into the Laptop

  • 4 Connect the Power Cord into the Projector

  • 5 Turn on the Projector, let it fully cycle up

  • 6 Plug the Laptop Power Cord into an A/C power outlet

  • 7 Turn on the Laptop


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Getting Started

  • On the back of the Projector is a Video input, an A/C power cord plug and a On/Off power switch.


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Step 1

Connect the Video Cable into the Projector

Note* there are two connectors attached to the opposite end of this cable, a blue Video connector and a small rectangular USB connector



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Step 2

Connect the Video Cable into the Laptop


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Step 3

  • Connect the USB Cable into the Laptop

  • Note the USB port location varies depending on laptop model


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Step 4

  • Connect the Power Cord into the Projector


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Step 5

  • Turn on the Projector, let it fully cycle up


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Step 6

  • Plug the Laptop Power Cord into an A/C power outlet


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Step 7

  • Turn on the Laptop


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Problems: have the video image from the Laptop projected through the Projector.

  • If the Projector is not finding a signal from the laptop, (No Image being projected)

  • Re-check your cables, if a cable was not properly connected, power down both the Laptop and Projector and begin again.

  • If all the cables are connected and the equipment has power, and there is still a problem:


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  • On the Laptop, Keyboard have the video image from the Laptop projected through the Projector.

  • Hold down the Keyboard Function Key (Fn)

  • Press the (LCD/CRT) key (usually the Keyboard (F2) Key)

    • Once to display only through the Projector

    • Twice to display through the Laptop and Projector

    • Three times to project only on the Laptop


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Problems have the video image from the Laptop projected through the Projector.

  • The Projector is working but the image is not equal to the quality of the Laptop.

    • 1. Screen is “Tiled” Horizontal or Vertical breaks in the image from the image being randomly “tiled”

    • 2. Or the screen overlaps the projected area and the outside margin is missing


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Solution 1 have the video image from the Laptop projected through the Projector.

  • You have a desktop background that is incompatible with the maximum resolution of the Projector.

    • Remove the background image, shutdown and re-start the computer.

      • On the desktop, right mouse click on a neutral area, from the drop down menu select “Properties”,

      • Click on the “Desktop Tab”,

      • Chose the (None) option for the background

      • Click apply, then OK

      • Re-start the computer


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Solution 2 have the video image from the Laptop projected through the Projector.

  • Your screen resolution setting is greater than the Projectors. This often happens because YOU TURNED ON THE COMPUTER BEFORE THE PROJECTOR!

    • On the desktop, right mouse click on a neutral area, from the drop down menu select “Properties”,

    • Click on the “Settings” Tab

    • Using the “Screen Resolution” slider select 800 x 600 pixels as your screen resolution.

    • Click “apply” Click “OK”

    • You should not have to re-start the system


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Please!!! have the video image from the Laptop projected through the Projector.

  • Treat the equipment with respect

  • Return all cables (keep your Laptop power cable)

  • Return the Laser pointer and remote mouse

  • Ask for instructions if you are not sure or have not used the equipment.

  • Don’t wait for the last minute to reserve the equipment.