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Laptop & Projector Issue

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I have a laptop connected to a projector and the projector is only showing a misaligned image. It is show in three seperate layers or horzontal lines that are not aligned as they should be to show the image it should be showing. Also, the screen does not seem to be as large on the projector as it should be to show the entirety of the image as it should be. It is connected with a standard monitor cable to the computer. The projector is a Proxima Desktop Projector 4200Z connected to a Toshiba SatelliteA105 in case that makes a difference. Completely confused on this one. Any ideas would help. I have checked the format of the signal, and the cable as well as switching to another input port on the projector. We will be trying to use a S-video port and cable rather than the standard VGA Monitor cable, but i that does not work then I am at a loss. Here is another curveball for ya'll, when the computer is starting up and the Windows loading screen comes up, it shows fine on the projector, then, once it loads to the user log-in screen, it goes to the misaligned display.

Thanks in advance for the help.
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