How to connect dell laptop to projector Tags: Laptops Connection Projector Last response: September 6, 2010 6:31 AM in Laptops & Notebooks Share Anonymous a b D Laptop September 5, 2010 2:40:29 PM How to connect Dell inspiron 15 model laptop with the LCD projector? More about : connect dell laptop projector buwish a b D Laptop September 6, 2010 6:31:50 AM Simply connect the projector to the laptop via a VGA cable, assuming that the projector has an VGA port. From there, press fn+f5. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How to connect wonderwall projector to a dell laptop Forum How do I connect my Dell XPS laptop to a lcd projector Forum How to connect wonderwall projector to a dell laptop Forum SolvedHey guys, is it possible to connect a laptop and a tv to a projector for slide shows during meetings? if so how would i go abo Forum SolvedHey guys, is it possible to connect a laptop and a tv to a projector for slide shows during meetings? if so how would i go abo Forum Solvedhow to connect hdmi laptop to vga projector and flat screen Forum SolvedHow Do I connect Yamaha RXV373 receiver with Laptop & Benq517 Projector? Forum Failure to connect Dell laptop to projector Forum How do I connect my Dell Inspiron 15 to projector? I can't find a port for projectors. Thanks. Forum How to connect a laptop to a projector? Forum Connect projector dell laptop Forum How to connect dell duo to projector Forum Unable to Connect DELL Laptop to Projector Using Fn + F7 Forum connect projector to dell laptop Forum How do I connect a dell mini with hdmi output to a projector with vga input Forum How to connect my dell inspiron to projector with vga cable Forum How to connect hdmi laptop projector stereo reciever Forum dell laptop trouble connecting to dell projector Forum How to connect windows xp laptop to projector pdf download Forum How can i connect my del laptop to an lcd projector Forum More resources Read discussions in other Laptops & Notebooks categories Battery Acer Asus Dell Hewlett Packard iPad Toshiba Vaio !