Sound: Turn on audio receiver in podium. Use the Volume Knob on the receiver to change volume.
Computer: If it will not turn on, make sure white power cord is plugged into top left side.
Projector: If projector does not display, make sure white projector cord is plugged into left side of computer. You must then RESTART computer.
Projector and Wall Control Buttons
Lower the screen by using switch on wall near the laptop.
Use power button on the wall near the laptop. The projector will show the computer screen, by default.
Video wall button projects the DVD/VCR. Press the COMP button to switch back to projecting the computer.
Sound: Power on the receiver below DVD/VHS player in the podium. Use the Volume Knob on the receiver to change volume. Press VIDEO 1 for computer audio and VIDEO 2 for DVD/VHS audio. It will take 5 seconds for change to take effect. If there is no sound from computer, press F12 key or click the audio icon at the bottom right of the screen to unmute.
Using the Podium Computer (HP Laptop)
To turn on the Laptop
Press the power button located to the top left of keyboard.
To log into Windows, press CTRL + Alt + Delete keys at the same time.
Insert and Eject a CD or DVD on the Computer
The slot for CDs and DVDs is located on the left side of the laptop. Eject a CD/DVD by pressing the button on the DVD tray.
Play a DVD on the Computer
In Windows, wait until computer is started up. Push the DVD into the computer. It will begin playing automatically.
USB Ports (Flash drives)
USB ports are located on the right-hand side of the laptop.
Using Your Own Laptop
Make sure the podium laptop is turned off. Plug VGA cord (not supplied) into laptop and connect to port on the podium. Turn on Projector using wall button. Set your laptop to output to the projector (varies by laptop). The sound from your laptop will not go through the speakers.
Play a DVD or VHS Tape in the Combo Unit
Turn the projector on. Put the DVD or VHS Tape into the combinations DVD/VCR player. Then press Video button on the wall. Change the input on audio receiver (below VCR/DVD player) to VIDEO 2.