How to Connect a Sony Vaio to an Infocus Projector

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How to Connect a Sony Vaio to an Infocus Projector
Connecting your Vaio to an Infocus projector requires a VGA cable. (projector ready for presentation image by Dmitry Goygel-Sokol from Fotolia.com)

The Sony Vaio is a portable notebook computer. You may want to connect your Vaio to an external viewing source like a projector so that you can display content from your computer for a presentation. Because the Vaio comes equipped with a VGA video output jack and Infocus projectors come with a VGA input jack, you can directly connect the two devices using a simple VGA cable.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • VGA cable

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Insert one end of the VGA cable into your Sony Vaio. This is located on the left side of your computer.

  2. 2

    Turn off the Infocus projector before connecting the opposite end of the VGA cable into the projector. The VGA input slot is located in the back of the projector.

  3. 3

    Turn on the projector and allow time for it warm up.

  4. 4

    Change the video output source on your computer to display through the projector. Press the "Windows" button and then "LCD/CRT" button on your Vaio keyboard to change the display source. On a Sony Vaio, the "LCD/CRT" button is usually "F7."

  5. 5

    Focus the projector to most effectively display content from your computer. You can manually focus the projector or press the "Auto focus" button on the top of the projector.

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