Wireless projectors, from Panasonic to Epson models, are easy to use and convenient because they allow business users to connect their computers to the projectors without the hassle of cables. The most basic wireless mode allows peer-to-peer, or "ad hoc" connections, between a computer and projector. This means that your PC or Mac transfers information wirelessly and directly to the projector. A more advanced connect mode uses a wireless access point to connect your computer to the projector. Presenters anywhere on the network can connect to the projector via the advanced mode.
Turn on your computer and insert the wireless projector software disc. Follow the directions via the install wizard, which should open to begin the installation process. Click "Finish" when the installation process is complete. You should install the software onto every computer that you want to use to connect to the wireless projector.
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Turn on the projector.
Connect your computer to the projector. The connection utility tool installed into your computer should automatically seek out and connect to the projector for easy setup.
Advanced Connection Mode
Turn on your wireless projector and navigate to the projector's menu screen to configure the wireless connection.
Press "Network" and type the wireless network's name. Press "Security" and enter the password for the network.
Install the wireless projector software via disc onto the computer that you want to connect to the projector. An installation wizard should guide you through the process. Follow all the prompts from the wizard. Click "Finish" when installation is completed. You should install the software onto every computer you want to connect to the wireless projector.
Go to the Control Panel on your computer. For PCs, click Start, then "Control Panel" and for Macs, tap on the Apple icon on the left corner and click "System Preferences." Click "Network and Internet" (PCs) or "Network" (Macs).
Click "View networking computers and devices." The name of the wireless projector should now be displayed in the list of devices if the wireless projector properly configured and connected to your wireless network. You can now share data between the computer and the projector.