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    Connecting an Optoma LCD to an HP Laptop and Connecting to ... Connecting an Optoma LCD to an HP Laptop and Connecting to ... Presentation Transcript

    • PATHFINDER: Connecting an Optoma LCD Projector to an HP Laptop Computer and to the Network
    • Place LCD Power Cord
      • Select LCD Power Cord from LCD projector case
      • Place it correctly at the left side of the Optoma LCD Projector
      LCD Power Cord
    • LCD Power Cord
      • Correct placement of the LCD
      • Power Cord
      • -THEN-
      • Plug Power Cord into an outlet of a wired cart
    • Monitor Cord
      • Select the appropriate monitor cord to connect the LCD projector to the laptop computer
    • LCD Projector Ports
      • Connect one end of the monitor cord to the LCD INPUT port labeled COMPUTER
    • Placement of Monitor Cord
      • Correct placement of the monitor cord in the LCD Port
    • Attach Monitor Cord to Laptop Correct Placement of one end of Monitor Cord at Back of Laptop Monitor Cord Select Monitor Port
    • Attach Electrical Cord to Laptop
      • Select appropriate power cord for laptop computer
      • Place small metal connector in appropriate receptacle on back of laptop at far right
      • Plug power cord into a wired cart
    • Attach Mouse to Laptop Mouse placed correctly in Mouse Port at back of laptop at left of power cord Mouse icon on plug head points downward Power Cord placed correctly
    • Begin the Process of Starting a Presentation
      • Remove the lens cap from the LCD projector
    • Turn on the Power for the LCD Projector
      • Turn on the LCD first so that the laptop will recognize the signal from the LCD
      • Press the black on/off switch, located by the power cord of the LCD projector, to “on position”
    • Turn on the Lamp for the LCD Projector
      • Press the
      • Power/Standby
      • Button on the TOP of the LCD Projector
    • Turning on the LCD Projector
      • The Projector fan will start.
      • The lamp will begin to warm up.
      • In a few seconds, the lamp will come on, and a blue background will appear on the projection screen.
    • Turn on the Laptop Computer
      • Press the blue oval power button at the top left of the laptop keyboard
      • Wait for the computer to boot up
    • Logging On to the Laptop
      • Userid and Password codes will vary with each user
      • If connected to the network, faculty should use their own codes.
      • If not connected to the network, use codes provided by media specialist.
    • Purpose Determines Log On Procedures
      • Purpose :
      • PowerPoint or lesson presentation from a disk or from laptop C Drive
      • No network access is necessary
      • Log onto the laptop
      • with codes provided by this tutorial or by the media specialist
    • Purpose Determines Log On Procedures
      • Purpose :
      • Present PowerPoint or lesson from a network work folder
      • Present information from the Internet
      • Network access is necessary
      • Connect to Network
      • with
      • 1--wireless network card
      • OR
      • 2--standard network card
      • Log onto the laptop
      • with assigned codes
    • Wireless Network Card
      • Network can be accessed using a wireless network card
      • Usable in the media center and the cafeteria
    • Using a Wireless Network Card
      • Correct Placement of the Wireless Network Card in card slot on left side of laptop
      • No network cord is needed with the wireless card
    • Connecting to the Network
      • A network cord with a “telephone end” may be required to access the network
      • It will connect to an adapter for the laptop called a “dongle”
      • The dongle adapter will connect to a “network card” that slides into the side of the laptop computer
      Net- Work Card Dongle Adaptor Network cord connected to dongle adapter
    • Connecting to the Network
      • The network card slides into a “card slot” on the left side of the laptop.
      • To connect, the network card must be mostly inside the laptop card slot.
      • Toggles to the left of the card slot will pop the network card out of its slot.
      TOGGLES
    • Begin the Log On Process
      • Follow the directions on the screen.
    • Log On Without Network Connection
      • Library Laptop
      • User Name:
      • user1
      • Password:
      • user1
      • Log on to:
      • See Screen
    • Log On With Network Connection
      • Library Laptop
      • User Name:
      • Your Userid
      • Password:
      • Your Password
      • Log on to:
      • ELCLAN
    • After Logging On
      • Presentation from a disk
      • Select:
      • 3 ½ Floppy (A)
      • If there is no icon on the desktop, go to “My Computer”
      • Presentation from Laptop C Drive
      • Select:
      • Local Disk (C)
      • If there is no icon on the desktop, go to “My Computer”
    • After Logging On to Network
      • Presentation from a Network work folder
      • Select:
      • My Computer
      • THEN
      • Your Work Folder
      • Presentation of information from the Internet
      • Select:
      • Internet Explorer icon on the desktop
    • Starting a Presentation that requires an MS Office Application Program
    • Select Appropriate Program
      • Click on “start” at bottom left of desktop screen
    • Select Program
      • Select Programs
      • Use arrow to select Microsoft Office
    • Select Application
      • Use arrow to select choice of applications within
      • MS Office
      • or
      • MS Office XP
    • Begin the Shut Down Process
    • Shut Off the Computer
      • Click on “start” at bottom left of desktop screen
      • Then, select Shut Down
    • Shutting Down Computer
      • Select OK
      • The laptop will complete the Shut Down process
    • Shutting Down the LCD Projector
      • Press the Power / Standby Button on top of the Projector
    • Shutting Down the LCD Projector
      • If the dialog:
      • “ Power off the lamp ?”
      • displays on the screen,
      • Press the
      • Power/Standby Button again.
      • DO NOT UNPLUG OR TURN OFF THE
      • POWER SWITCH AT THE BACK OF
      • THE LCD PROJECTOR AT THIS TIME.
      • THE FAN MUST RUN 6-10 MINUTES TO
      • COOL THE PROJECTOR LAMP.
    • Shut Off the LCD Projector
      • Wait 6-10 minutes
      • Press black on/off switch near the LCD power cord to “off position.”
    • Unplug wired cart. Unplug laptop from cart. Unplug LCD projector from cart. Replace laptop and LCD in appropriate cases.