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pc vga port to projector vga port (wireless)

does anyone know of a device that i can connect to a vga port on a pc and it will transmit the video to the vga port of a projector.  I have something that will work with a usb on the pc but it requires admin rights which we will not have.
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Rob HutchinsonDesktop SupportCommented:
Just Google this: "wireless video streaming to projector"

I found this on Amazon:
IO Gear Wireless Video

IO Gear's website:

IO Gear Website link for this product
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rjefAuthor Commented:
those are 'USB'  I do not have admin rights to install the software into the pc.  I need something that will connect to the VGA port of the pc
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Rob HutchinsonDesktop SupportCommented:
Yeah, I saw that after re-reading the question. Not sure about that VGA to VGA, but you should be able to get them to disable the USB lock long enough to get the driver loaded then the USB lock can be re-enabled. We do the same thing here all the time when we have to install drivers for the USB printers and all our computers have the USB lock setup via Symantec.
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rjefAuthor Commented:
it takes an act of congress to get any drivers installed.  That is why i am looking for vga to vga.
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Rob HutchinsonDesktop SupportCommented:
Think what you are looking for does not exist?

You are asking to have a multi-connection to share a VGA port with networking?

Nice idea, but I doubt this type of connector even exists as I've never heard of Video being shared with wireless networking VGA to VGA before.

One convoluted method, might be to get a second smaller laptop close enough to the projecter then use a second laptop to wirelessly remote into the laptop near the projector.
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