Frigidaire 316901207 Range User Manual

Network Function Edition
(PT-LB10NTU)
Contents (Network Function Edition)
Channels that can be used ................6
Notes on Using the
Wireless Card ..........................4
Examples of Network
Function Usage .......................7
Wireless Manager ME (Mobile Edition) ..........9
Wireless LAN Driver..........................10
Software Installation ...............8
System requirements..........................8
Inserting and Removing the Wireless
Card to and from the Projector .........13
Inserting and Removing the Wireless
Card to and from a Computer ...........14
Computer operations........................16
Canceling the connection with
the projector ......................................17
Simple Wireless Connection
(Using the Initial Settings) ....15
Projector operations .........................15
Pointer mode .....................................24
Quitting pointer mode .......................24
Options...............................................24
Picture quality selection ...................24
Live mode settings ...........................25
Shortcut key settings ........................25
Operations when password
entry is required for connection ......26
Adding and deleting connections ......26
Adding a connection.........................26
Deleting a connection.......................26
Using Wireless Manager ME .....18
Startup................................................18
Description of the connection select
window ...............................................18
Description of the launcher and menu .....19
Live mode ..........................................20
Quitting live mode ............................20
Multi live mode ..................................21
4-screen style ...................................21
Index style ........................................22
One shot mode ..................................23
Displaying the Network Menu ........27
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Contents (Network Function Edition) (cont.)
Changing the user settings..............31
Projector operations .........................31
Computer operations........................31
Computer settings ............................32
TCP/IP settings ................................32
Settings for optional wireless card
(ET-CDWL3U) use ...........................34
Other Applications
(Changing the Initial Settings).....28
Changing the network number ........28
Projector operations .........................28
Computer operations........................28
Wireless connection with password....29
Projector operations .........................29
Computer operations........................29
Wireless user connections...............30
Projector operations .........................30
Computer operations........................30
Returning to the Initial
Settings ..................................37
Projector operations .........................37
Computer operations........................37
Using WebBrowser
Control....................................38
Projector control ...............................41
Basic control window........................41
Option control window ......................41
Monitor information window .............42
Network setting window ...................42
Password changing window .............42
Projector settings..............................38
Computer settings ............................39
Starting up WebBrowser Control ....40
Top window ......................................40
Installing the Wireless LAN Driver....44
Settings for ET-CDWL2U use ..........49
Using the ET-CDWL2U
(Optional wireless card)........43
Channels that can be used ..............43
Wireless LAN Driver..........................52
Software Uninstall .................52
Wireless Manager ME .......................52
Terminology ...........................53
Troubleshooting ....................55
Trademarks ............................57
Please note the following.
• Panasonic cannot be held liable for any direct or indirect damages resulting from
the use or malfunction of this projector.
• Panasonic cannot be held liable for damages arising from data corruption or loss
as a result of using this projector.
3
Notes on Using the Wireless Card
The optional wireless card (ET-CDWL3U or ET-CDWL2U) uses radio waves in the 2.4
GHz band.
A radio station license is not required when using this wireless card, but be sure to
read and fully understand the following items before use.
■ Do not use near other wireless equipment.
The following equipment may use radio waves in the same band as the wireless
card. When the wireless card is used near these devices, radio wave interference
may make communication impossible, or the communication speed may become
slower.
• Microwave ovens, etc.
• Industrial, chemical and medical equipment, etc.
• In-plant radio stations for identifying moving objects such as those used in factory
manufacturing lines, etc.
• Designated low-power radio stations
4
Notes on Using the Wireless Card (cont.)
■ If at all possible, avoid the use of cellular phones, TV sets or
radios near the wireless card.
Cellular phones, TV sets, radios and similar devices use different radio bands from
the wireless card, so there is no effect on wireless card communication or the
transmission and reception of these devices. However, radio waves from the
wireless card may produce audio or video noise.
■ The wireless card radio waves cannot penetrate steel
reinforcements, metal, concrete, etc.
Communication is possible through walls and floors made from materials such as
wood and glass (except glass containing wire mesh), but not through walls and
floors made from steel reinforcements, metal, concrete, etc.
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Notes on Using the Wireless Card (cont.)
■ Channels that can be used
The channels (frequency range) that can be used differ according to the country or
region where the wireless card is used. Refer to the table below.
When using the ET-CDWL3U card (See page 43 for details on using the ET-CDWL2U card)
Country or region
Last two digits
Standard of the card product
number
Channels
used
Frequency band
(Center frequency)
27
1 - 13
2,412 MHz 2,472 MHz
28
1 - 11
2,412 MHz 2,462 MHz
Japan
ARIB
STD33
& T66
United States
FCC part 15
Taiwan
DGT
Malaysia
SIRIM
England, Germany,
France, Italy,
Belgium, Austria,
Sweden, Norway,
Denmark,
Switzerland, Holland,
Finland, Portugal,
Greece, Thailand,
South Korea,
Australia,
New Zealand
ETSI
300.328
29
1 - 13
2,412 MHz 2,472 MHz
Spain
ETSI
300.328
31
10, 11
2,457 MHz 2,462 MHz
IDA
30
10 - 13
2,457 MHz 2,472 MHz
Singapore
Check the last two digits of the product number noted on
the card rear label in the position shown in the right figure
to determine the product region of the wireless card you
have purchased.
Note:
Bringing a wireless card into a country other than the
designated country is prohibited, and may infringe upon the
wireless telegraphy laws of that country.
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Examples of Network Function Usage
Projecting a computer image by wireless Software Installation
(See page 8)
operation
Installation
Simple wireless
connection
(See page 15)
Wireless Manager ME
Wireless LAN Driver
Transmission
Supplied wireless
card installed here
Optional wireless card
Computer
Projector
Controlling the projector by WebBrowser Control
Simple wireless
connection
(See page 15)
Using WebBrowser
Control
(See page 38)
Control by WebBrowser
Control
Optional wireless card
Computer
Supplied wireless
card installed here
Projector
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Software Installation
System requirements
The computer must meet the following requirements in order to use the supplied
software.
OS:
CPU:
Windows XP/2000/Me (Millennium Edition)/98SE (Second Edition)
Pentium III or faster or compatible processor (Celeron 633 MHz or
faster is recommended. However, 800 MHz or faster is recommended
when using live mode.)
RAM:
64 MB or more (128 MB or more for Windows XP/2000)
Empty hard disk capacity:
44 MB or more
Hardware conditions:
CD-ROM drive (for software installation and viewing the user’s manual)
Built-in PC (PCMCIA) card slot (TYPE II or TYPE III)
The wireless card (ET-CDWL3U or ET-CDWL2U) must be installed
and operating properly.
Web browser: Internet Explorer 6.0 or newer
Netscape Communicator 7.0 or newer
Note:
Note that operation is not guaranteed when used with system environments other
than the above or on homemade computers.
Operation is not guaranteed for all computers that
meet the above conditions.
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Software Installation (cont.)
Wireless Manager ME (Mobile Edition)
Wireless Manager ME:
This software is used to send screen images from a computer to the projector via a
wireless LAN.
Notes:
• Shut down all software currently active on Windows. Otherwise, installation may
not be possible.
• Administrator authority is required for installation with Windows XP/2000.
1
Set the supplied CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.
The installer starts up automatically and the following screen appears.
Note:
If the installer does not start up automatically, double-click [EasyInstall] →
[Easy_Inst.exe] in the CD-ROM.
2
Click [Wireless Manager ME].
Follow the instructions on the screen and install the software.
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Software Installation (cont.)
Wireless LAN Driver
The Wireless LAN Driver must be installed in order to use the wireless card with a
computer.
• Described below is an example of installing the driver when using the ET-CDWL3U
card. (See page 44 for details when using the ET-CDWL2U card)
• When installing the driver while using a card other than the ET-CDWL3U or ETCDWL2U, refer to the user’s manual for that card.
• Some windows appear in English.
Notes:
• Be sure to install the Wireless LAN Driver in the computer before inserting the
wireless card into the computer.
• If you insert the card into the computer by mistake before installing the driver, the
card is recognized by the hardware auto detect function as an unknown device.
Perform the following operations with the card inserted and then install the driver.
Windows XP/2000:
Open [Control Panel] → [System] → [Hardware] →
[Device Manager], and delete the unknown device or
“Panasonic Wireless LAN PC Card”.
Windows 98SE/Me:
Open [Control Panel] → [System] → [Device Manager],
and delete the unknown device or “Panasonic Wireless
LAN PC Card”.
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Software Installation (cont.)
Windows 2000/98SE/Me:
1
Click [Wireless LAN Driver] at the
window appearing in step 1 on
page 9.
The wireless LAN installer starts up.
2
Click [Next].
3
Designate the utility storage
destination, and click [Next].
The License Agreement appears.
The software is downloaded.
4
Make sure that the [Yes, I want to
restart my computer now.]
checkbox is checked, then click
[Finish].
The computer reboots.
5
Mount the optional wireless card
(ET-CDWL3U) into the CF card
adapter and insert it into the
computer. (See page 14)
When the permanent icon shown in the right can
be confirmed, the installation is complete. When
[Digital Signature Not Found] appears, click [Yes]
and continue the installation.
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Software Installation (cont.)
Windows XP:
Perform steps 1 to 4 of “Windows 2000/98SE/Me”, then perform the following
operations.
5
Mount the optional wireless card
(ET-CDWL3U) into the CF card
adapter and insert it into the
computer. (See page 14)
The Found New Hardware Wizard starts up.
6
Make sure that the [Install the
software automatically
(Recommended)] checkbox is
checked, then click [Next].
A logo text message appears.
7
Click [Continue Anyway].
8
Click [Finish].
The Wizard complete message appears.
The logo authentication message appears.
Check after installation:
Open [Start] → [All Programs] → [Connect To] → [Show all connections], and
check that [Panasonic Wireless LAN PC Card] has been added to the wireless
network connection icons.
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Inserting and Removing the Wireless Card to and from the Projector
Insertion
• Before inserting the wireless card, turn off the power and keep it off for the
duration of the procedure.
• Attempting to force in the wireless card facing the wrong direction may result in
malfunction.
1
Remove the card
lock screw.
2
Remove the card lock.
1
3
Insert the card until
it locks into place.
2
4
Mount the card lock.
5
Secure the card
lock with the screw.
Hexagonal key wrench
(supplied)
Card lock
5
4
3
Removal
Before inserting the wireless card, turn off the power and keep it off for the
duration of the procedure.
1
2
3
13
1
Remove the card
lock screw.
2
Remove the card
lock.
3
Remove the card.
Inserting and Removing the Wireless Card to and from a Computer
Insertion
• Be sure to install the Wireless LAN Driver before inserting the card.
(See page 10 or page 43)
• The example given here describes the insertion of the ET-CDWL3U or ETCDWL2U card.
When using a different card, refer to the user’s manual for that card.
• Be sure to also read the user’s manual for the computer.
• Attempting to force in the wireless card facing the wrong direction may result in
malfunction.
2
1
1
Mount the card in the
adapter.
2
Insert the adapter into
the PC card slot of the
computer.
Removal
Shut down Wireless Manager ME if it is in use.
1
Click the [PC card] icon displayed in the task bar at the lower right of
the screen.
When the [PC card] icon is not displayed:
Open [Start] → [Control Panel] → [PC card], place a check in the [Show
control on the task bar] checkbox, and then click [OK].
2
Select [Panasonic Wireless LAN PC Card] and click [Stop].
3
Click [OK] and remove the wireless card.
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Simple Wireless Connection (Using the Initial Settings)
When making a wireless connection between the projector and the computer using the
default settings with the supplied wireless card and the optional wireless card (ETCDWL3U or ET-CDWL2U), the IP address, communication mode and other necessary
settings are made automatically when Wireless Manager ME is started up.
However, note that Wireless Manager ME and the Wireless LAN Driver must be
installed.
For details on changing the initial settings and using the changed settings, refer to
pages 28 to 36.
Notes:
• When not using the optional wireless card noted above, simple connection cannot
be used with Windows Me/98SE.
• Operation is not guaranteed for all wireless cards and built-in wireless LAN
adapters, even when using Windows XP/2000.
• You may not be able to use other network adapters during simple connection.
Projector operations
1
Insert the supplied wireless card into the projector.
(See page 13)
Only the supplied card can be used for the projector side.
2
Turn on the projector.
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Simple Wireless Connection (Using the Initial Settings) (cont.)
Computer operations
1
Insert the optional wireless card into the computer.
2
Turn on the computer.
3
Select [Start] → [Programs] → [Panasonic Wireless
Display] → [Wireless Manager mobile edition].
(See page 14)
• Wireless Manager ME starts up, and the connection select window shown
below appears.
4
Select the connection and click [OK].
The launcher shown below appears and the connection with the projector is
established.
Notes:
• The initial network number setting for both the projector and the computer is “1”.
These numbers must match for the connection.
• Depending on the computer and wireless card used, automatic setup may not be
possible. If this is the case, the [Network] setting on the screen in step 3 above
will be switched to [USER] automatically. For details of the connection procedure,
first close Wireless Manager ME, and then refer to page 30.
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Simple Wireless Connection (Using the Initial Settings) (cont.)
Canceling the connection with the projector
1
Click [
] on the launcher.
The following window appears.
2
Click [Yes].
The computer returns to the original network settings when the connection is
ended.
However, note that some time may be needed to return to the original network
settings.
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Using Wireless Manager ME
Startup
Select [Start] → [Programs] → [Panasonic Wireless Display]
→ [Wireless Manager mobile edition].
Description of the connection select window
When the network number to be
connected differs, select the
network number to be connected.
The network settings change
according to this selection.
This network number is stored in
the computer, so connection is
performed with the current
number the next time Wireless
Manager ME is started up.
This indicates the number of people connected to this
projector.
This indicates the status of this projector.
This appears when password entry is needed for connection.
(See page 26)
Projector unique ID
The equipment to be connected can be designated when [Network]
is set to [USER].
Projector name
Click this to display the projector name at the upper left of the
projection screen for the projector in question.
Note:
With Windows Me or Windows 98SE, [1] or [USER] is the only available selection
option for the network number.
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Using Wireless Manager ME (cont.)
Description of the launcher and menu
The launcher always appears on the computer screen, and can be used to perform
various operations.
Right-click [
] on the task tray to display the menu.
Cancel connection
Status indication
Place in task tray
(Green): Transmission possible
(Blue):
Own computer currently transmitting
(Yellow): Other user currently transmitting
(Red):
Communication impossible
(Black): Unsupported projector selected
Pointer mode on/off
Live Mode:
Multi Live Mode:
Displays the computer screen over the entire projection screen.
Display the computer screen in one of the four areas on the
projection screen.
One Shot:
Transmits a snapshot of the current computer screen to the
projector one time.
Remote control:
Starts up WebBrowser Control.
Change Access Port: Displays the connection select window.
OPTION:
Displays the option setting window.
Notes:
• With Windows 2000 or Windows XP, the launcher appears only on the computer
screen and is not projected by the projector.
• When you do not wish to display the launcher on the computer screen, you can
place the launcher in the task tray and use it as a menu from the task tray.
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Using Wireless Manager ME (cont.)
Live mode
1
Check the status indication on the launcher to make
sure that transmission is possible (check that the
green lamp is lighted).
2
Click [
] on the launcher.
The current computer screen is transmitted to the selected projector. In the live
mode the projector is occupied by a single computer, so operations from other
computers are not possible.
Note:
For presentations in full-screen live mode, the [
] buttons on the remote control
will function in the same way as the computer’s up and down keys. This means that
if you run a computer application that supports the [
]buttons, the presentation
screen can be changed using the remote control.
■ Quitting live mode
Click [
] on the launcher.
Note:
Whether to keep the last image in the projector or clear it after quitting live mode
can be set as an option. (See page 25)
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Using Wireless Manager ME (cont.)
Multi live mode
This mode lets you transmit the images from four computers at the same time to a
single projector. Furthermore, you can select either the “4-screen style” or the “Index
style” for this mode, and switch alternately between the modes by pressing the
[IndexWindow] button on the remote control or selecting [Index double] on the
projector’s main menu (see page 27), and then pressing the [ENTER] button.
4-screen style
Index style
Notes:
• When the projector starts up, the 4-screen style is set for multi live mode.
• When the style setting is switched, live mode will be released for a computer in
live mode. To resume the live mode, re-establish it from the launcher.
■ 4-screen style
1
Check the status indication on the launcher to make
sure that transmission is possible (check that the
green lamp is lighted).
2
3
Click [
] on the launcher.
Select and click the projection position.
The computer image is transmitted to the selected quarter
of the projection screen.
Switching to a different position
Select and click a different projection position in step 3 above.
Quitting multi live mode
Select and click the checked position in step 3 above.
Note:
In 4-screen style mode, the computer images from all the computers connected to
the projector can be transmitted to the projector. (The last multi live request has
priority.)
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Using Wireless Manager ME (cont.)
■ Index style
1
Check the status indication on the launcher to make
sure that transmission is possible (check that the
green lamp is lighted).
2
3
Click [
] on the launcher.
Select and click the projection position.
The computer image is transmitted to the area of the
corresponding icon.
Enlarged display
• Use the [
] buttons on the remote control to
move the focus to the image to be enlarged, and
press the [ENTER] button. The image is enlarged
and displayed at the top of the projection screen.
• The image display will fill the entire screen if the
[ENTER] button is pressed again.
• To return to the screen before, press the [ENTER]
button again.
Note:
While an enlarged image is displayed, the [
] buttons on the remote control will
function in the same way as the computer’s up and down keys. This means that if
you run a computer application that supports the[
]buttons, the presentation
screen can be changed using the remote control.
Now use the [
] button to set the window of the application that you want to run
to the active status. (If you operate the launcher, you will set the launcher to the
active status: as a result, you will need to set the window of the required application
to the active status again.)
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Using Wireless Manager ME (cont.)
Quitting multi live mode
Select and click the checked position in step 3 on the previous page.
Note:
In the index style mode, the green status display lamp remains lighted. You can
transmit the computer images from other computers to the projector only for those
icon areas which are not yet in use.
One shot mode
In this mode, a snapshot of the current computer screen is transmitted to the projector.
1
Check the status indication on the launcher to make
sure that transmission is possible (check that the
green lamp is lighted).
2
Click [
] on the launcher.
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Using Wireless Manager ME (cont.)
Pointer mode
You can change the shape of the pointer appearing on the projection screen in live
mode to one that can be used for presentation purposes.
Click [
] on the launcher.
■ Quitting pointer mode
Click [
] on the launcher.
Options
You can make various settings related to image data transmission.
Click [
] on the launcher.
The following window appears.
■ Picture quality selection
Select the quality of the image transmitted from the computer to the projector.
Select [Normal] or [High Definition].
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Using Wireless Manager ME (cont.)
■ Live mode settings
You can set the computer operation in live mode and multi live mode.
[Remove image when shutting down Live Mode]:
Check this box to clear the projection screen from the projector when live mode
ends. Normally the image when live mode ends remains projected.
[Disable Screen Saver]:
This disables the computer screen saver function while Wireless Manager ME is
operating. Check this box to disable screen saver operation during live mode.
[Display sender’s name in Multi Live Mode]:
The characters (max. 8) which have been entered are displayed at the upper right
of the transmitted screen.
In the index style mode, they are also displayed on the right of the icon. (“No
Name” appears when the check has been removed.)
■ Shortcut key settings
You can set shortcut key combinations that let you control the Wireless Manager ME
functions by computer keyboard operations.
Click [Other].
[Live Mode]:
Shifts to full screen display.
[Multi Live Mode]:
Shifts to multi screen display.
[One Shot]:
Transmits the entire computer
screen one time.
[Use “Pause” key to stop/continue Live Mode]:
Stops live mode and multi live mode.
[Use “PrintScreen” key to execute One Shot]:
Transmits the entire computer screen one time.
Note:
In live mode and multi live mode, the one shot key switches the mode without
stopping live mode.
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Using Wireless Manager ME (cont.)
Operations when password entry is required for connection
When a projector with the [
] mark is selected, the window
shown to the right appears. Enter the password and click [OK].
Notes:
• Click [CANCEL] at the password entry window to return to launcher (See page 16).
• When an incorrect password is entered, an error message appears. Click [OK] to
return to the password entry window and enter the correct password again.
Adding and deleting connections
When [Network] is set to [USER] at the connection select window, connections can be
added and deleted by the following operations.
■ Adding a connection
1
Click [Designate] at the
connection select window.
The window shown to the right appears.
2
Click [ADD] and enter the IP address
(including its periods) of the connection
to be added, and then click [REGISTER].
The newly registered connection is added to the
connection list in the window shown in step 1.
■ Deleting a connection
Select the connection to be deleted at the window shown in step 1 and click [DELETE].
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Displaying the Network Menu
Perform the procedure below to display the network menu required when changing the
initial settings.
1
Press the [MENU] button on the projector.
The main menu appears.
MENU
KEYSTONE
PICTURE
POSITION
INDEX WINDOW
SHUTTER
VOLUME
LANGUAGE
OPTION1
OPTION2
SECURITY
NETWORK
SELECT
ENTER
EXIT
Concerning on-screen items which are not displayed:
Depending on the signals which are input to the projector, it may not be possible to
adjust some of the items and use some of the functions.
In the case of an item that cannot be adjusted or a function that cannot be used, the
corresponding on-screen item will not be displayed, and you will not be able to
execute it even when you press the [ENTER] button.
2
Select [NETWORK] with the [
the [ENTER] button.
The network menu appears.
NETWORK
NETWORK
1
NAME CHANGE
OFF
INPUT PASSWD
AMEND PASSWD
ON
WEB CONTROL
DEFAULT
SELECT
RETRN
ENTER
27
] buttons, then press
Other Applications (Changing the Initial Settings)
When making a wireless connection between a computer and the projector with
settings other than the default settings, make the following settings.
Changing the network number
■ Projector operations
1
Select [NETWORK] at the network menu and press the
[ENTER] button.
2
Select the number to be connected
with the [
] buttons and press
the [ENTER] button.
ADJ
NETWORK
USER
ENTER
RETRN
■ Computer operations
Perform steps 1 to 3 on page 16, then perform the following operation.
4
Select the network group from the network number
list.
Notes:
• With Windows Me or Windows 98SE, [1] or [USER] is the only available selection
option for the network number.
• [USER] is used when the computer’s network settings are to be performed
manually for connection with the projector. (See page 32)
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Other Applications (Changing the Initial Settings) (cont.)
Wireless connection with password
This setting is used to limit the users that can connect to the projector.
■ Projector operations
1
Select [INPUT PASSWD] on the
network menu.
2
Select [ON] with the [
3
Select [AMEND PASSWD] at the
network menu and press the
[ENTER] button.
4
Enter the password using the
[
] buttons.
5
] buttons.
After entering the password,
select [OK] and press the [ENTER]
button.
To cancel the change, select [Cancel] and press
the [ENTER] button.
■ Computer operations
Refer to page 16.
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NETWORK
NETWORK
1
NAME CHANGE
INPUT PASSWD
OFF
AMEND PASSWD
WEB CONTROL
ON
DEFAULT
SELECT
RETRN
ENTER
NETWORK
NETWORK
1
NAME CHANGE
ON
INPUT PASSWD
AMEND PASSWD
ON
WEB CONTROL
DEFAULT
SELECT
RETRN
ENTER
AMEND PASSWD
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklm
nopqrstuvwxyz
0123456789
BS
OK
Cancel
Other Applications (Changing the Initial Settings) (cont.)
Wireless user connections
If the projector and computer could not be connected by following the steps on page
16, connect them by performing the steps below.
■ Projector operations
1
Select [NETWORK] on the network
menu, and press the [ENTER]
button.
2
Select [USER] with the [
]
buttons, and press the [ENTER]
button.
NETWORK
NETWORK
1
NAME CHANGE
INPUT PASSWD
OFF
AMEND PASSWD
WEB CONTROL
ON
DEFAULT
SELECT
RETRN
ENTER
ADJ
NETWORK
USER
ENTER
RETRN
■ Computer operations
1
Start up the wireless card utility.
2
Open the Windows TCP/IP Setting window.
Make the same SSID,
communication mode and WEP
settings as the default projector
network [USER] settings.
Default projector network [USER] settings
SSID
: Panasonic Projector
Communication mode : 802.11 AdHoc
WEP
: Off
Refer to the Windows manual for a detailed description.
For the subnet mask, register the same value as the default projector network
[USER] setting.
For the IP address, enter the same value up to the “255” part of the default
subnet mask setting for projector network [USER], and then enter a different
value for the remainder.
Setting Example
Setting item
Subnet mask
IP address
3
Default projector network
Example of
[USER] setting
computer setting
255. 255. 255. 0
255. 255. 255. 0
192. 168. 10. 100
192. 168. 10. 101
Start up Wireless Manager ME, and select [USER] from
the network number list. (See page 28)
Wait until the projector’s host name appears on the connection list, select the
host name displayed, and proceed with the connections.
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Other Applications (Changing the Initial Settings) (cont.)
Changing the user settings
Connect the projector and computer before taking the steps below.
(See page 15 or page 30)
■ Projector operations
1
Select [WEB CONTROL] on the
network menu.
2
Use the [
[ON].
] buttons to select
NETWORK
NETWORK
1
NAME CHANGE
INPUT PASSWD
OFF
AMEND PASSWD
WEB CONTROL
ON
DEFAULT
SELECT
RETRN
ENTER
■ Computer operations
1
Click [
2
Change the projector settings by WEB Control.
] on the launcher (See page 16).
Make the SSID, communication mode, IP address, subnet mask and WEP
settings, and then quit WEB Control.
Note:
When [USER] is set, the name does not appear in the connection list until the
projector network is switched to [USER].
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Other Applications (Changing the Initial Settings) (cont.)
Computer settings
■ TCP/IP settings
Windows XP/2000:
The screens show the example for Windows XP.
(1) Right-click [My Network Places] to open the Properties
window.
(2) Right-click [Panasonic Wireless LAN PC Card] to open
the Properties window.
(3) Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click
[Properties].
(4) Enter the same segment IP address as the IP address
set by the projector.
(5) Enter the same value as the subnet mask set by the
projector, set the gateway (only in infrastructure
mode), and then click [OK] to return to the previous
window.
(6) Click [OK].
The new settings can be used without rebooting.
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Other Applications (Changing the Initial Settings) (cont.)
Windows Me/98SE:
The screens show the example for Windows Me.
(1) Right-click [My Network Places] to open the Properties
window.
(2) Select [Panasonic Wireless LAN PC Card] and click
[Properties].
(3) Enter the same segment IP address as the IP address
set by the projector.
(4) Enter the same value as the subnet mask set by the
projector.
(5) Set the gateway (only in infrastructure mode) and click
[OK] to return to the previous window.
(6) Click [OK].
(7) Click [Yes].
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Other Applications (Changing the Initial Settings) (cont.)
■ Settings for optional wireless card (ET-CDWL3U) use
(See page 49 for ET-CDWL2U)
Windows XP:
The dedicated utility software is not necessary. Refer to the Windows XP manual for a
detailed description.
(1) Turn on the projector.
(2) Select [Start] → [Connect To] → [Show all connections] → [Wireless network
connection].
(3) Right-click the [Panasonic Wireless LAN PC Card] icon and select [Show available
wireless network].
The wireless network connection window appears.
(4) Select the projector’s SSID (default setting: Panasonic Projector) from the list of
[Available wireless network], then click [Connect To].
Notes:
• When encryption (WEP setting) is set by the projector, enter the WEP key
(character input) information to [Network Key] before clicking [Connect To].
(default setting: No WEP)
• To check the detailed network settings, click the [Wireless network settings] icon
at the network connection window.
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Other Applications (Changing the Initial Settings) (cont.)
Windows 2000/Me/98SE:
Note:
Do not use the utility software during simple connection, as this may cause a
problem in connection with the projector.
(1) Double-click the permanent icon at the lower right of
the computer screen.
The utility software starts up.
(2) Click [Profile].
(3) Enter the network name and the SSID of the projector
to be connected (default network [USER] setting:
Panasonic Projector).
(4) Select the communication mode of the projector to be
connected (default network [USER] setting: Peer-toPeer), and set the transfer rate (Tx Rate) to [Full
Automatic].
Leave the Channel Setting (Channel) to default.
(5) If encryption (WEP) has been set in the projector,
click the encryption setting (Encryption).
(Continued on next page)
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Other Applications (Changing the Initial Settings) (cont.)
(6) Select the encryption key length, which is set in the
projector, and enter the WEP key.
Notes:
• The communication mode does not support AdHoc mode. Select 802.11 AdHoc
(Peer to Peer) or Infrastructure (Access Point).
• Some cards other than the optional wireless card (ET-CDWL3U or ET-CDWL2U)
support only AdHoc mode. These cards cannot be used.
• When using encryption (WEP), change the setting from [Disable] to [64 bits] or
[128 bits]. Set to [Disable] when not using encryption.
• WEP input can be selected from character input (ASC II) or hexadecimal input
(Hex).
Character input: 5 characters for 64 bits, 13 characters for 128 bits
Hexadecimal input: 0 to 9 and A to F. 10 characters for 64 bits, 26 characters for
128 bits
• Set the WEP key to match the projector side setting. Leave the key (Active Key) to
default: 1.
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Returning to the Initial Settings
You can return the changed settings to the initial conditions.
Projector operations
1
Select [DEFAULT] at the network menu (See page 27) and
press the [ENTER] button.
NETWORK
NETWORK
1
NAME CHANGE
ON
INPUT PASSWD
AMEND PASSWD
ON
WEB CONTROL
DEFAULT
SELECT
RETRN
ENTER
Note:
You will be prompted to enter the password if ON has been selected as the [INPUT
PASSWD] setting on the security menu.
2
Select [OK] with the [
[ENTER] button.
] buttons and press the
DEFAULT SETTNIG
OK
CANCEL
Computer operations
Start the Wireless Manager ME and set the network number
to [1] (see page 28).
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Using WebBrowser Control
Projector settings
1
Select [WEB CONTROL] on the network menu (See page 27).
2
Select [ON] or [OFF] with the [
] buttons.
WEB CONTROL
ON: WebBrowser Control is enabled.
OFF: WebBrowser Control is disabled.
Note:
The WebBrowser Control password is not set at the factory, and should be set on
the web browser. In addition, if you forget the password, select [DEFAULT] at the
network menu and initialize the network settings. (See page 37)
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Using WebBrowser Control (cont.)
Computer settings
1
Right-click the [Internet Explorer]
icon.
Open the Properties window.
2
Open [Connections] → [LAN
Settings]. If [Use automatic
configuration script] has been
checked, remove the check, and
click [OK].
The setting window closes.
Notes:
• When a proxy server is already being used, these settings are automatically
established if the network number is 1 to 4. (However, only for Internet Explorer
Ver.6.0 or newer)
• In all other cases, under [Advanced] you must set the IP address of the projector
to be connected for not using the proxy server as an exception.
3
Select [Security] and set the security level to [Default
Level], or select [Custom Level] and check the
[Enable] checkbox under [Active scripting].
Note:
When using Netscape, select [Edit] → [Preferences] → [Advanced] and enable
JavaScript.
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Using WebBrowser Control (cont.)
Starting up WebBrowser Control
Click [
] on the launcher (see page 16) or start up the browser software, and
enter the IP address set by the projector.
(The example below describes the case when using Microsoft Internet Explorer.)
WebBrowser Control starts up.
■ Top window
Set to not use a proxy server. (When using a
proxy server, refer to page 39.)
Select English or Japanese.
Enter the password when a password is set.
Notes:
• If you forget the password, set a new password on the projector side. (The former
password is protected by security, and cannot be viewed even by the projector.)
• The top window may not appear depending on the browser software. In this case
start up WebBrowser Control again, or press the [Ctrl] + [R] keys.
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Using WebBrowser Control (cont.)
Projector control
Click [Projector Control] in the menu.
You can make various projector settings.
■ Basic control window
Notes:
• Connection with the projector may not be possible immediately after the power is
turned on. In this case wait a bit and then make the connection again.
• When [WEB CONTROL] is not set to [ON] in the projector network settings, the
basic controls and option controls do not operate.
■ Option control window
Note:
When the projector does not operate as controlled, check that the [WEB
CONTROL] item in the projector’s option menu is set to [ON].
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Using WebBrowser Control (cont.)
■ Monitor information window
Note:
The monitor information is refreshed at
fixed intervals, but the current exact
information can be checked by clicking
[View] → [Refresh].
■ Network setting window
Click [Network Settings] → [NEXT] to display
the network setting window, and enter the
required data.
■ Password changing window
Enter the old password and new password,
and click [OK].
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Using the ET-CDWL2U (Optional wireless card)
■ Channels that can be used
The channels (frequency range) that can be used differ according to the country or
region where the wireless card is used. Refer to the table below.
Country or region
Last two digits
Standard of the card product
number
Channels
used
Frequency band
(Center frequency)
22
1 - 13
2,412 MHz 2,472 MHz
23
1 - 11
2,412 MHz 2,462 MHz
Japan
ARIB
STD33
& T66
United States
FCC part 15
Taiwan
DGT
Malaysia
SIRIM
England, Germany,
France, Italy,
Belgium, Austria,
Sweden, Norway,
Denmark,
Switzerland, Holland,
Finland, Portugal,
Greece, Thailand,
South Korea,
Australia,
New Zealand
ETSI
300.328
24
1 - 13
2,412 MHz 2,472 MHz
Spain
ETSI
300.328
25
10, 11
2,457 MHz 2,462 MHz
IDA
26
10 - 13
2,457 MHz 2,472 MHz
Singapore
Check the last two digits of the product number noted on
the card rear label in the position shown in the right figure
to determine the product region of the wireless card you
have purchased.
Note:
Bringing a wireless card into a country other than the
designated country is prohibited, and may infringe upon the
wireless telegraphy laws of that country.
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Using the ET-CDWL2U (Optional wireless card) (cont.)
■ Installing the Wireless LAN Driver
The Wireless LAN Driver must be installed in order for the wireless card to be used in
the computer.
• The example of the procedure described below is for installing the ET-CDWL2U card.
• Some windows appear in English.
Notes:
• Be sure to install the Wireless LAN Driver in the computer before inserting the
wireless card into the computer.
• If you insert the card into the computer by mistake before installing the driver, the
card is recognized by the hardware auto detect function as an unknown device.
Perform the following operations with the card inserted and then install the driver.
Windows XP/2000:
Open [Control Panel] → [System] → [Hardware] →
[Device Manager], and delete the unknown device or
“Panasonic Wireless LAN PC Card”.
Windows 98SE/Me:
Open [Control Panel] → [System] → [Device Manager],
and delete the unknown device or “Panasonic Wireless
LAN PC Card”.
1
Place the supplied CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.
2
Select [Start] → [Run].
3
Enter [e:\CDWL2\setup.exe] in the [Open] field, and
click [OK].
If the installation window is displayed, click [Close].
This example assumes that the E: is the name of the CD-ROM drive.
If it is not, replace the first “e” with the correct letter that represents the drive.
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Using the ET-CDWL2U (Optional wireless card) (cont.)
Windows 2000:
The wireless LAN installer starts up when steps 1 to 3
on page 44 have been performed. Now proceed as
follows.
4
Click [Next].
5
Click [Yes].
6
Specify where the utility is to be
saved, and click [Next].
The License Agreement appears.
The software is now downloaded, and the
[Digital Signature Not Found] message appears.
7
Click [Yes].
8
Click [Finish].
9
Mount the ET-CDWL2U card into
the CF card adapter and insert it
in the computer. (See page 14)
Follow the on-screen instructions and proceed.
The installation of the driver is now completed.
If the [Digital Signature Not Found] message
appears, click [Yes] and continue the
installation.
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Using the ET-CDWL2U (Optional wireless card) (cont.)
Windows 98SE/Me:
The wireless LAN installer starts up when steps 1 to 3
on page 44 have been performed. Now proceed as
follows.
4
Click [Next].
5
Click [Yes].
6
Specify where the utility is to be
saved, and click [Next].
The License Agreement appears.
The software is downloaded.
7
Make sure that [Yes, I want to
restart my computer now.]
checkbox is checked, then click
[Finish].
The computer reboots.
8
Mount the ET-CDWL2U card into
the CF card adapter and insert it
in the computer. (See page 14)
The installation of the driver is now completed if
the permanent icon on the right can be
confirmed. If this icon cannot be found, select
[Start] → [Programs] → [Wireless Network] →
[Wireless Network LAN Adapter].
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Using the ET-CDWL2U (Optional wireless card) (cont.)
Windows XP:
The wireless LAN installer starts up when steps 1 to 3
on page 44 have been performed. Now proceed as
follows.
4
Click [Next].
5
Click [Yes].
6
Specify where the utility is to be
saved, and click [Next].
The License Agreement appears.
The logo authentication message appears.
7
Click [Continue Anyway].
8
Click [Finish].
(Continued on next page)
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Using the ET-CDWL2U (Optional wireless card) (cont.)
9
Mount the ET-CDWL2U card into
the CF card adapter and insert it
in the computer. (See page 14)
The Found New Hardware Wizard starts up.
10
Make sure that [Install the
software automatically
(Recommended)] checkbox is
checked, then click [Next].
The logo text message appears.
11
Click [Continue Anyway].
12
Click [Finish].
The wizard complete message appears.
The logo authentication message appears.
Check after installation:
Open [Start] → [All Programs] → [Connect To] → [Show all connections], and
check that [Panasonic Wireless LAN PC Card] has been added to the wireless
network connection icons.
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Using the ET-CDWL2U (Optional wireless card) (cont.)
■ Settings for ET-CDWL2U use
Windows XP:
The dedicated utility software is not necessary. Refer to the Windows XP manual for a
detailed description.
(1) Turn on the projector.
(2) Select [Start] → [Connect To] → [Show all connections] → [Wireless network
connection].
(3) Right-click the [Panasonic Wireless LAN PC Card] icon and select [Show available
wireless network].
The wireless network connection window appears.
(4) Select the projector’s SSID (default setting: Panasonic Projector) from the list of
[Available wireless network], then click [Connect To].
Notes:
• When encryption (WEP setting) is set by the projector, enter the WEP key
(character input) information to [Network Key] before clicking [Connect To].
(default setting: No WEP)
• To check the detailed network settings, click the [Wireless network settings] icon
at the network connection window.
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Using the ET-CDWL2U (Optional wireless card) (cont.)
Windows 2000/Me/98SE:
Note:
Do not use the utility software during simple connection, as this may cause a
problem in connection with the projector.
(1) Double-click the permanent icon at the lower right of
the computer screen.
The utility software starts up.
(2) Click the [Profile Setting] item, then click [Add].
Note:
To change the setting contents, select the setting name to be changed with the
mouse, then click [Edit].
(3) Enter the network setting name, and click [Next]. Then
enter the network name (SSID of the projector to be
connected, default network [USER] setting: Panasonic
Projector).
(4) Select the communication mode of the projector to be
connected (default network [USER] setting: 802.11
AdHoc), and set the transfer rate to [Automatic]. Then
click [Next].
(5) If encryption (WEP) has been set in the projector, set it
here. (Default network [USER] setting: [Off])
(Continued on next page)
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Using the ET-CDWL2U (Optional wireless card) (cont.)
Notes:
• The communication mode does not support AdHoc
mode. Select 802.11 AdHoc (Peer to Peer) or
Infrastructure (Access Point).
• Some cards other than the optional wireless card (ETCDWL3U or ET-CDWL2U) support only AdHoc mode.
These cards cannot be used.
• When using encryption (WEP), change the setting from
[Off] to [64 (40) bits] or [128 bits], then click [Next]. Set
to [Off] when not using encryption.
• WEP input can be selected from character input or
hexadecimal input.
Character input: 5 characters for 64 (40) bits, 13
characters for 128 bits
Hexadecimal input: 0 to 9 and A to F. 10 characters for 64
(40) bits, 26 characters for 128 bits
• Set the WEP key to match the projector side setting.
Leave the default key as “1”.
(6) Set [IP Setting] to [Disable], then click [Complete].
Note:
The connection status with the projector can be checked
by the link status. Click [More...].
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Software Uninstall
Wireless Manager ME
From the desktop, select [Start] → [Programs] → [Panasonic
Wireless Display] → [Uninstall Wireless Manager mobile
edition].
Follow the instructions appearing on the screen and uninstall the software.
Wireless LAN Driver
■ Windows XP:
1
Set the supplied CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.
2
Execute [Wireless Card] → [setup.exe] in the CD-ROM.
3
Make sure that a check is placed in the [Remove]
checkbox, then click [Next].
4
When the uninstall complete message appears, click
[Finish].
The uninstall software starts up.
■ Windows 2000/Me/98SE:
1
Select [Start] → [Programs] → [Wireless Network] and
execute [Uninstalled].
2
Make sure that a check is placed in the [Remove]
checkbox, then click [Next].
3
Make sure that a check is placed in the [Yes, I want to
restart my computer now.] checkbox, then click
[Finish].
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Terminology
802.11 AdHoc (Peer to Peer) mode
This mode performs communication directly between the projector and a computer
with a built-in wireless LAN or a computer with a wireless LAN card mounted. The
SSID must be set.
Access point
A wireless station used to connect a wired LAN and a wireless LAN.
AdHoc mode
This mode performs communication directly between the projector and a computer
using built-in wireless LAN or a computer with a wireless LAN card mounted. The
projector and computer channel settings must be the same. Some cards do not
support this mode.
Channel
When multiple access points that use the same frequency band during communication
are installed near each other, radio wave interference may cause the communication
speed to drop. The frequency band can be divided into 14 channels for communication
to reduce this interference in a wireless LAN. (The number of channels differs
according to the country of use.) However, there is still some interference between
adjacent channels, so communication channels should be separated by 2 or 3
channels during actual use.
DHCP
Abbreviation for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. This function automatically
assigns IP addresses to the connected equipment. If a device with the DHCP server
function is present within a LAN, it automatically assigns IP addresses to the
connected equipment. This is not supported on the projector side.
Gateway
This is a relay point for connecting different networks.
This refers to the hardware and software used when connecting a network with a
network that uses a different protocol, etc. It adjusts the protocol and other differences
between networks to allow connection with other networks.
Infrastructure mode
This mode performs communication via an access point connected to a wireds LAN.
This makes it possible to transfer images to the projector through an access point even
from a computer without a wireless LAN card mounted.
IP address
Internet Protocol (IP) is a protocol for distributing data, and the address corresponding
to the data distribution destination is called the IP address. The same IP address
cannot be used within the same LAN.
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Terminology (cont.)
LAN
Abbreviation for Local Area Network. This is a network with a relatively narrow range
such as inside a company. There are wired LAN and wireless LAN.
SSID
Abbreviation for Service Set ID. The SSID identification code must be set to distinguish
equipment included in a wireless LAN that uses access points from equipment not
included in that LAN.
This may appear as the “ESSID” or the “network name” for wireless LAN cards made
by some manufacturers.
Subnet mask
This limits the range of the IP addresses assigned to computers in order to divide the
network into a number of sections during TCP/IP connection. The value used to divide
the network at this time is called the subnet mask.
TCP/IP
Abbreviation for Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. This is the standard
internet protocol.
This protocol is a set of rules and agreements governing data communications
between computers.
WEP
Abbreviation for Wired Equivalent Privacy. This is a method for encrypting
communication data. The encryption key is created and notified only to the
communicating user, so the communication data cannot be decrypted by a third party.
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Troubleshooting
Check the following points once more before requesting repair.
Symptom
Checkpoint
The image from
the computer does
not appear.
• Is the external video output of the laptop computer set
correctly? (When the [Fn] and [F3] keys are pressed at the
same time, the external output setting may change for some
computer models. Refer to the user’s manual supplied with
the computer.)
• Is the wireless card inserted firmly all the way into the PC
card slot of the computer?
The
computer
• Has the driver been installed?
does not recognize
• Was the driver installed before inserting the wireless card?
the wireless card.
• Are there sufficient IRQ (interrupt signal) numbers? (Refer to
the Windows Online Help.)
• The transfer rate may be slower in some operating
environments (depending on such factors as the location,
The transfer rate
radio signal conditions or distance).
is slow.
• When WEP is set the image data is converted, so transfer
takes time.
• Is the computer CPU speed slow?
Live mode depends largely upon the computer CPU
Image display is
performance.
slow in live mode.
• When using Windows XP/2000, the speed may drop
significantly if the user does not have administrator authority.
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Troubleshooting (cont.)
Symptom
Checkpoint
The
projector
cannot be located
on the connection
list of Wireless
Manager ME.
• Check if the computer and the projector are located too far
apart, or if some object is obstructing the radio waves.
• Check that the IP address and the subnet mask are set
correctly.
• Is TCP/IP installed in the computer?
• Does the WEP setting match with the projector?
Communication is not possible if the WEP function is set
when using a wireless card other than the optional card or
when using an access point. In these cases turn off the WEP
function.
• In [Infrastructure] mode, set the same [SSID] for the projector
and the computer as that of the access point used. The
[SSID] uses alphanumeric characters (case sensitive). In
addition, check that the computer control function that allows
communication with access points is disabled.
• In [802.11 AdHoc (Peer to Peer)] mode, set the same SSID
for the projector and the computer. The SSID is case
sensitive.
• Is a network device other than the wireless card enabled?
Check the Windows Device Manager.
• Is proxy-client software active? Disable this software when
communicating with the projector.
• Are you running a security program that contains a personal
firewall function? Before communicating data using the
projector, either close the software or set up an exemption.
The
Wireless
• Right-click an empty location on the desktop and select
Manager ME color
[Properties]. Then, open the [Settings] tab of the [Display
display is strange
Properties] window and set [Color quality] to [Medium (16 bit)]
and characters are
or higher.
difficult to read.
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