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Posted on 2005-04-11
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I have a proxima desktop projector 5900 and everytime I start a windows media player files in srunches up. It works fine in windows. I have a ceo that has a presentation that has a imbeded video file in a powerpoint presentation. when the presentation goes it looks fine, but when it gets to teh files in scrunches up, tehn when he goes back on it works again? please help
Question by:eberhardt2329
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r-k earned 2000 total points
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I just posted the following in XP section:

Here is what I would try:

 Right-click on desktop -> Properties -> Settings -> Advanced -> Troubleshoot.

Then turn Hardware Acceleration from Full to None.

See if this helps.
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Is there any difference in the resolution used for the computer vs. the projector? And what videocard is used?

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