Using Quick Wireless Connection (Windows)

You can create a Quick Wireless Connection USB Key to quickly connect the projector to a Windows computer wirelessly. Then you can project your presentation and remove the key when you are done.
Note: A USB flash drive is not included with your projector.
  1. Create a Quick Wireless Connection USB Key with a USB flash drive and the Epson iProjection (Windows/Mac) software.
    Note: See the Epson iProjection Operation Guide (Windows/Mac) for instructions.
  2. Turn on the projector.
  3. Press the LAN button on the remote control. You see the LAN standby screen.
  4. Verify that an SSID and IP address are displayed.
  5. Remove the wireless LAN module from the projector.
  6. Insert the USB key into the same port used for the wireless LAN module. You see a projected message that the network information update is complete.
  7. Remove the USB key.
  8. Reinsert the wireless LAN module into the projector.
  9. Insert the USB key into a USB port on your computer.
    Note: In Windows Vista, if you see the AutoPlay window, select Run MPPLaunch.exe, then select Allow on the next screen.
  10. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the Epson iProjection (Windows/Mac) software.
    Note: If you see a Windows Firewall message, click Yes to disable the firewall. You need administrator authority to install the software. If it is not installed automatically, double-click MPPLaunch.exe in the USB key.
    After a few minutes, your computer image is displayed by the projector. If it does not appear, press the LAN or Source Search button on your remote control or restart your computer.
  11. Run your presentation as necessary.
  12. When you finish projecting wirelessly, select the Safely Remove Hardware option in the Windows taskbar, then remove the USB key from your computer.
    Note: You can share the USB key with other computers without disconnecting your computer. You may need to restart your computer to reactivate your wireless LAN connection.
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