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#1 v123naqrroc

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 02:16 AM

Our church has a lap top which drives a overhead projector via a long connection cable.
At one time we only had the one projector which was taken down from it's ceiling hanger to be used in another room.
Recentlt they purchased a second projector and the new one now is left premanently on the ceiling hanger.
Recently it's started to play up and some times the laptop won't display on the projector.
Yesterday I turned the laptop on then wnet and used the remote to turn on the projector and then found the the laptop
wouldn't display the projector. Dispite using Function/f5. After several effects the projector worked only to stop in the middles of a
song service but the techo managed to get going a couple songs later.
It drives me mad as it's very unreliable. you never know whether it's going to work or not.
Seems to be mainly since we changed to the new overhead.
Some one suggested to turn the projector on first before the laptop and then it forces the laptop to recogise the projector.
Any suggestions.

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