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My HD131Xe seems to be constantly going to black screen with hourglass briefly, like it's doing some kind of resync/rescan. Seems to always happen when starting/stopping a video in a media player app, or when browsing websites (embedded video?). It's always done this though I've only just started thinking about it.
Is this normal? does everyone's? Is this common projector behavior? Any settings to stop it?
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My HD131Xe seems to be constantly going to black screen with hourglass briefly, like it's doing some kind of resync/rescan. Seems to always happen when starting/stopping a video in a media player app, or when browsing websites (embedded video?). It's always done this though I've only just started thinking about it.
Is this normal? does everyone's? Is this common projector behavior? Any settings to stop it?
I believe that occurs when you have the resolution set to auto in your projector settings. Everytime it encounters a different resolution, it starts recalculating. Set to resolution to 1080p and see if things settle down.
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My HD131Xe seems to be constantly going to black screen with hourglass briefly, like it's doing some kind of resync/rescan. Seems to always happen when starting/stopping a video in a media player app, or when browsing websites (embedded video?). It's always done this though I've only just started thinking about it.
Is this normal? does everyone's? Is this common projector behavior? Any settings to stop it?
Also happened with me for years (GeForce GPU) , after purchasing a new AMD GPU, problem almost solved.

Try disabling graphics acceleration in software's video settings.
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