Information Technology

Berndt Hall 570 (Windows)

  • Image of Berndt Hall 570 classroom24 Computers for students
  • 1 Instructor computer
  • Overhead Data Projector
  • Projection Screen
  • VCR/DVD player
  • Amplifier/Sound system
  • Laser Printer with duplex printing
  • Large format plotter
  • Air Conditioning

To Project a Video
Turn ON the projector with the Epson projector remote control. After the projector has warmed up press the Source Search button on the remote control. The VCR is located below the computer monitor. You may also need to press DVD/VCR button on the player. For sound make sure the amplifier (below the VCR) power is on, the master volume turned up to @ 7, and the volume control labeled VCR is turned up.  
To turn off the projector press the power button once and then again to confirm.

To Project the Computer
Turn ON the projector with the Epson projector remote control. If you don't see the computer image projected after the projector has warmed up try pressing the Source Search button on the remote control. For sound make sure the amplifier (below the VCR) power is on, the master volume turned up to @ 7, and the volume control labeled Computer is turned up. You may also need to adjust the volume controls on the computer.
To turn off the projector press the power button once and then again to confirm.

Projecting a DVD
Turn ON the projector with the Epson projector remote control.  DVDs can be played in the VCR or computer.
To turn off the projector press the power button once and then again to confirm.

Connecting a Laptop
Connect the extra monitor cable located behind the monitor to the laptop. First turn on the projector with the Epson projector remote control- then the laptop. Press the Source Search button on the remote control to project the laptop image. Hint; it is sometimes easier to just turn off the cart computer and the VCR so the projector just sees the laptop. Contact Media Services (7115) for help.
To turn off the projector press the power button once and then again to confirm.

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