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What kind of computer do you have? I know on my mac, I can have the projector set to different settings, perhaps yours has defaulted to the wrong one.
(on mac - click on the apple, system preferences, display).

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readerleader 10-11-2020 04:39 PM

This just happened to me with a doc camera and projector connected to my desk top. I never even knew such a thing was possible! The art teacher actually fixed it for me!

whatever 10-09-2020 04:10 PM

I know nothing about Macs, but even on a PC, there are different displays and different settings within Display.

Essentially, your computer recognizes the SB as a second screen. You need to choose how it is displayed--to mimic your computer screen or extend it. Sometimes even an accidental "flick" can change it accidentally.

I would start by double checking that setting and go from there. Personally, I leave mine on mimic the computer screen. I have tried to do the extended screen version and never liked it myself.

Jenny 10-08-2020 09:08 PM

What kind of computer do you have? I know on my mac, I can have the projector set to different settings, perhaps yours has defaulted to the wrong one.
(on mac - click on the apple, system preferences, display).

Whtbrd 10-08-2020 12:46 PM

When I turned in my projector today it showed my computer screen but not the internet page that I was on. It was as if I never clicked on the internet , it just showed the chrome tab on the bottom of my screen but not the actual chrome page. Any thoughts? It worked fine earlier in the day.




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