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Mar 15, 2016 7:09 PM
I got a used Dell 5100MP projector. I don't have the remote for it so I use the buttons on the projector. When I press the MENU button nothing happens. Reading the manual I see that there is something they call OSD lockout and you have to hold the menu button for 15 seconds to disable it but I tried it and it doesn't work. Does anyone know how to disable this lockout?
Dec 29, 2011 10:38 PM
My Dell 5100MP has 120HZ frame rate. I wonder if anyone successfully tried to adapt the same projector for 3D movies? Theoretically it should be possible. I want to use this projector because it has high brightness.
I would appreciate any help.
Sep 9, 2011 9:09 AM
Thanks for the input Sheridan. Do I change the computer resolution by going into the control panel and change screen resolution?
Sep 9, 2011 7:53 AM
I tried playing a movie and I get an on screen messaging staying to change to a lower resolution. What does that mean. The computer resolution? can I change the resolution on the projector? Help someone, please
Dec 30, 2009 6:31 PM
Hi there, hope I can get some help.
I have TWO dell 5100mp projectors. I would like to mount one of them upside-down so to place the projectors side by side, with lens as close to each other as possible. (the lens is positioned to extreme side of box, not centered)
Air vents seem to be from the side. Is this ok to do?
Since I have two, I'd like to try increasing the image intensity of single source, projecting simultaneously from the two onto the same screen space. I know I have seen a projector before that advertised this as a bonus feature, with correction software for playing off a pc/mac.
I have a specific reason for wanting the lenses as close together as possible, thus the question about mounting one upside down.
Anyone with an insight?
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