Projector has no signal on Windows 10? We got your back
If you are getting a No Signal error message while trying to project media from your Windows 10 laptop or desktop it means that the projector is not getting signal from the source. Several users have reported about the projector no signal Windows 10 in the Microsoft Community Forums.
I am using a HP Probook 440 G5 running on Windows 10 Pro. When I connect to a EPSON EB-W05 projector either through the VGA or HDMI port, the projector returns a “No Signal” message. Could someone assist me?
Follow the troubleshooting tips listed in this article to fix the projector won’t find source issue in Windows 10.
Projector won’t find source
1. Disconnect and Reconnect
- Click the Actions center icon from the taskbar.
- Click on Project option.
- Now select PC Screen Only.
- Disconnect the HDMI / VGA cable from the projector.
- Restart your computer.
- Reconnect the Projector to the computer.
- Press Windows Key + P.
- Click on Duplicate.
- This should help you resolve No Signal error.
2. Disable Auto Source Selection
- If you have enabled Auto Source selection on the projector, it might be creating conflict with the source device.
- Begin with turning off the auto source selection in the Projector menu.
- Use the Project menu and select your Windows 10 device manually as the source.
- Now press Windows Key + P on your Windows computer.
- Select Duplicate from the options.
- Check if the projector is showing your Windows screen. If not, proceed with other steps.
Check Source Display Resolution for Resource
- Click on Start and select Settings.
- Click on System.
- From the Display tab, scroll down to Scale and Layout section.
- Click the Drop-down menu for Resolution.
- Select HD resolution 1024×768.
- Check if that works. If not change the Display resolution to Full HD 1920 x 1080.
- Make sure the resolution is supported by your projector.
3. Other Solutions to Try
- Check if the cable you are using to connect the Projector to the Source device is supported.
- Press the Home Search button and wait for a few seconds for the projector to display the image.
- Press the Home button on the remote control to select from a list of available sources.
- If you are using a longer HDMI cable, if possible try to replace it with a shorter HDMI cable. This is one of the official recommendations from Epson.
- Try to connect the projector to the video source directly in case you are using any third-party device to create a connection between the projector and the source device.
- Reset the Projector settings to factory default. Refer your projector’s user guide for the clear instruction on how to do it. Resetting your projector can fix any issues due to corrupted configuration.
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