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Old 09-18-2016, 02:12 AM
 
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Your projectorís image flickers or shifts

SMART hardware Unifi 35, Unifi 45, SMART UF55, SMART UF55w, SMART UF65, SMART UF65w, and SMART UX60 projectors
Operating systems Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP operating systems
Issue

The image from your projector flickers or frequently shifts to the left or right.

Cause

Your computerís screen resolution and refresh rate settings donít match your projectorís native resolution and recommended refresh rate.

NOTE

All digital display devices have a native resolution which corresponds to their display capabilities. Matching your computerís display settings to your projectorís native resolution and recommended refresh rate will give you the best possible image quality. Check your interactive whiteboard systemís specification document or userís guide for its native resolution and recommended refresh rate.

Solution

Check if your computerís screen resolution and refresh rate match your projectorís native resolution and recommended refresh rate. If they donít match, adjust your computerís settings.

Checking your computerís screen resolution and refresh rate

To check your computerís screen resolution and refresh rate

Press the Menu button on your projectorís remote control.

Select the information tab.

Check the input deviceís screen resolution and refresh rate.

Adjusting your computerís screen resolution and refresh rate

To adjust your screen resolution and refresh rate in a Windows 7 operating system

Right-click your desktop and select Screen Resolution.

The Change the appearance of your display window appears.

Select the monitor you wish to change, and then click Advanced Settings.

In the Monitor tab, select the appropriate refresh rate from the Screen refresh rate drop-down menu, and then click OK.

In the Change the appearance of your display window, move the Resolution slider to the appropriate screen resolution, and then click OK.

Click Yes to confirm changes to the display settings.

To adjust your screen resolution and refresh rate in a Windows Vista operating system

Right-click your desktop and select Personalize.

The Personalization appearance and sounds window appears.

Click Display Settings.

The Display Settings window appears.

Select the monitor you wish to change, and then click Advanced Settings.

In the Monitor tab, select the appropriate refresh rate from the Screen refresh rate drop-down menu, and then click OK.

In the Display Settings window, move the Resolution slider to the appropriate screen resolution, and then click OK.

Click Yes to confirm changes to the display settings.

To adjust your screen resolution and refresh rate in a Windows XP operating system

Right-click your desktop and select Properties.

The Display Properties window appears.

In the Settings tab, select the monitor you wish to change, and then click Advanced.

In the Monitor tab, select the appropriate refresh rate from the drop-down menu, and then click OK.

In the Settings tab, move the Screen resolution slider to the appropriate screen resolution, and then click OK.

Click Yes to confirm changes to the display settings.
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