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How do I project the same image on a projection screen and a computer monitor or laptop at the same time?

    See below for the type of equipment you are connecting.

    PC

    • You can use the USB Display feature to display the same image on your computer and the projection screen.
    • Connect an HDMI splitter to the source and connect HDMI cables from the splitter to the projector and an HDMI monitor.
    • With a laptop, connect an HDMI or VGA cable to the projector and laptop. After you connect the cable, do one of the following to display the image on the projection screen:

      Note: Mirroring the display may not be supported on all laptops.

      • Press the Windows logo and P keys on your keyboard at the same time and then select Duplicate.
      • Press the Fn and monitor (or CRT/LCD) key on the keyboard at the same time. (See your laptop manual for details.) Wait a few seconds for an image to appear.

        Note: If the same image is not displayed by the laptop and projector, make sure your video or graphic card utilities are set to multiple display (Mirror or Duplicate).

    Mac

    • You can use the USB Display feature to display the same image on your desktop computer and the projection screen.
    • Connect an HDMI splitter to the source and connect HDMI cables from the splitter to the projector and an HDMI monitor.
    • With a laptop, connect an HDMI or VGA cable to the projector and laptop. After you connect the cable, do the following to display the image on the projection screen:

      Note: An adapter may be required to use a VGA connection with a Mac.

      1. Open System Preferences.
      2. Click Displays.
      3. Click the Arrange or Arrangement tab.
      4. Select the Mirror Displays checkbox.
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