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Jan 21, 2013 5:25:32 PM
Has anyone found the registry change or driver to make Windows 8 happy with 1280x720 - you know, that standard called 720p - that most projectors work at their native resolution?
I asked how to do this on the answers.microsoft.com site and got their standard useless "it needs at least N x 768" crap answer.
I don't use stupid "Metro" tiles and I only watch movies on a 120" screen with my projector - you know the HTPC thing you guys pushed. Sigh...
And while I'd love to upgrade to a 1080p projector - that's not quite in the picture yet as this still works (hardware wise) just fine.
So - anyone? Or am I going to have to break out visual studio and go hack on it until I FIX their huge oversight?
Thanks in advance...
Jan 29, 2010 3:51:24 AM
I bought this used projector sometime ago. The seller said it was fine and all. But when I used it for the first time, in the picture there was these strange green and purple lines going in the outlines of shapes. I thought it was of the lamp which was 3000 hours old, but I changed it and the same problem remains. Is there any way to fix this? Thank you very much.
Edit: I think the image defect is called purple fringe?
Nov 30, 2009 4:52:20 PM
I also am looking for a projector sub $2500 that will be durable to extended use, or more than what Sanyo service told me when the PLV-Z3 blue spotting arrived. Sanyo service blamed me for overuse (?), and although within warranty, charged me $400 for replacing polarizer and other chipsets. Sure it's working fine, but when will the polarizer get damaged again.
Jul 12, 2009 8:29:14 AM
My Sanyo Z-3 is four yrs old and has been running great. The bulb warning lite gad been going on recently so I just replaced the bulb reset the bulb hour counter and cleaned the unit. However, since I did that it still keeps shutting itself off without any warning. Has anyone experienced this or have any knowledge of similar issue??
I would greatly appreciate any assistance.
Nov 16, 2007 12:14:32 PM
This projector uses "Lens Shift". Both vertical and horizontal. No need for keystoning!
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