The board is not reflecting what is on the computer screen. The inspire board, or other applications open, need to be moved to the far right on the computer screen to see even a small section of them on the P board. Once a day, it reflects correctly, but the other many attempts have the same problem as outlined above. It is inconsistent and unreliable.
If you would want to
see the same image projected onto the board as is on the computer’s monitor,
then the displays need to be set to a Mirrored or Cloned mode.
In OS X, this can be
done in System Preferences under ‘Display’. In a tab there called ‘Arrangement’, check the
box that says to mirror these displays.
In Windows, Press the
Windows Key and the letter ‘P’ at the same time; four choices will appear for how
to view the displays. Choose ‘Duplicate’
from those options.
If this is changing
without any input from you, or the setting is not in place after logging out of
the computer and back in, you may need to seek assistance from your school’s IT
staff in regards to the setup of that computer or your user account on the