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    Re: Epson Projectors BEWARE!!!

    We have plenty of Epson projectors here and I've had a very positive experience with them. The lamps have a 3 year warranty when the projectors are used in economode.

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    Re: Epson Projectors BEWARE!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by BKGarry
    On Our Teacher PCs I find if you use the serial the machines seem to get stuck in a resart loop on the logon screen just as you press CTRL+ALT+DEL but you unplug them then they are fine and you have to redectect then in the active driver bit but thats it. On the boards which we can we use the USB (but everytime you reimage you have to manually assign the driver because is not a Microsoft Certified Driver so windows automatically sets is as a HID. Where it is only the serial that is long enough we are in the process of using a USB to Serial Adapter to use it on which fixes the problem.

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    Gary

    The 1st issue you mentioned was that the driver found another com port (internal or bt) that it tried to connect to. We then defaulted it to com 1 so if you do the same it should be ok.

    As for the usb hid device (I can do this with my eyes closed)
    there will be a driver released by the end of the month that will be
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    I will post when ready.

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    Re: Epson Projectors BEWARE!!!

    Dan,

    If I've got a bulb blown in a XE-31 projector that was only installed in september who do I speak to to get a replacement yourselves or sanyo?

    Thanks,

    Ben

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    Re: Epson Projectors BEWARE!!!

    Just adding ive noticed a fair few manufacturers offer long warrenties on bulbs. One that springs to mind is SOny with a 3yr bulb warrenty.

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    Re: Epson Projectors BEWARE!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by plexer
    Dan,

    If I've got a bulb blown in a XE-31 projector that was only installed in september who do I speak to to get a replacement yourselves or sanyo?

    Thanks,

    Ben
    Give the help line a call with serial number and we will be able to sort out a replacement, Otherwise email support@prometheanworld.com

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    Re: Epson Projectors BEWARE!!!

    I have had Epson projectors, and can only report positive results, good kit, good support from Epson.

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