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This page provides a list of the smart classrooms at Breadloaf and instructions on how to use them.
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In these rooms you can project from a desktop computer (except classroom 6), laptop and watch a Blu-ray or DVD.  
  
In these rooms you can project from a laptop and watch a DVD or VHS tape. 
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'''Turn the System On'''
  
'''Turn the System On'''
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Press the Proj. On button. This will turn on the projector and in some of the classrooms, lower the screen.   
   
 
Turn the projector and rack on by turning wall switch timer mounting on wall behind rack.
 
(time can be set up to 4 hours system will turn off after 4hr.s)
 
  
 
'''Screen'''
 
'''Screen'''
  
In classrooms that have electric screens press button on top of rack labeled screen up/down; in other rooms manually pull screen down.
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Some of the classrooms have screens that will automatically lower when the system is turned on. The other classrooms have manual screens.
  
'''Volume'''  
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'''Volume'''
  
 
On the button panel is the volume control to adjust the sound.
 
On the button panel is the volume control to adjust the sound.
 
After the projector has warmed up, select input by using button panel mounted on top of equipment rack.
 
  
 
'''To Project from a Laptop'''
 
'''To Project from a Laptop'''
* Press the Laptop button on the button panel
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* Press the VGA/HDMI/Mac button on the button panel
* Connect the VGA cable to your laptop
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* Connect the VGA/HDMI/Thunderbolt cable to your laptop
* Power on your laptop
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* You should have projection, if you do not, go to go/troubleshoot section of this document or call the Helpdesk at x2200 for assistance.
* You should have projection, if you do not, go to go/troubleshoot or call the Helpdesk at x2200 for assistance.
 
  
'''Watching a DVD'''
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'''Watching a Blu-ray/DVD'''
* Press the DVD button on the button panel
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* Press the Blu-ray button on the button panel
*Power on the DVD player
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* Power on the Blu-ray player
 
* Insert your disk and press play
 
* Insert your disk and press play
* The remote for the DVD player is on the rack drawer
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* The remote for the Blu-ray player is in the rack drawer
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'''Basic troubleshooting'''
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'''No Projection From a Mac laptop'''
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Press the Command + F1 button, this will cycle through the different display options, mirror, extended display, and no projection. 
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If that doesn't work, go to System Preferences, Display.  On this window, at the bottom of the window on the right there is a button labeled "Gather Windows"  Press the Option button, the Gather Windows button will change to Detect Displays.  Click that button.  If you still don't have projection, call the Helpdesk at x2200.
  
'''Watching a VHS Tape'''
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'''No Projection from a PC Laptop'''
* Press the VCR button on the button panel
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Press the Windows (little flag) button and P at the same time.  A window will pop up with the different display options. If you still don't have projection, call the Helpdesk at x2200
* Power on the VCR
 
* Insert your tape and press play
 
* The remote for the VCR is in the rack drawer
 
  
 
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[[Category:Media Services]]
 
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Latest revision as of 10:22, 16 June 2017

In these rooms you can project from a desktop computer (except classroom 6), laptop and watch a Blu-ray or DVD.

Turn the System On

Press the Proj. On button. This will turn on the projector and in some of the classrooms, lower the screen.

Screen

Some of the classrooms have screens that will automatically lower when the system is turned on. The other classrooms have manual screens.

Volume

On the button panel is the volume control to adjust the sound.

To Project from a Laptop

  • Press the VGA/HDMI/Mac button on the button panel
  • Connect the VGA/HDMI/Thunderbolt cable to your laptop
  • You should have projection, if you do not, go to go/troubleshoot section of this document or call the Helpdesk at x2200 for assistance.

Watching a Blu-ray/DVD

  • Press the Blu-ray button on the button panel
  • Power on the Blu-ray player
  • Insert your disk and press play
  • The remote for the Blu-ray player is in the rack drawer

Basic troubleshooting No Projection From a Mac laptop Press the Command + F1 button, this will cycle through the different display options, mirror, extended display, and no projection. If that doesn't work, go to System Preferences, Display. On this window, at the bottom of the window on the right there is a button labeled "Gather Windows" Press the Option button, the Gather Windows button will change to Detect Displays. Click that button. If you still don't have projection, call the Helpdesk at x2200.

No Projection from a PC Laptop Press the Windows (little flag) button and P at the same time. A window will pop up with the different display options. If you still don't have projection, call the Helpdesk at x2200

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