If the error message “Unable to load file” appears when trying to open/import a PowerPoint file the most likely cause is that PowerPoint is not installed and/or activated on that computer. Try opening the file directly in PowerPoint. If that succeeds, try again to import/open the file into MimioStudio. Should the error message reappear please contact Boxlight Customer Support.
USB-C (official name “USB Type-C”) is a new version of the USB standard. Many manufacturers are moving to USB-C, with Apple being the most prominent and moving the fastest. The main benefit of USB-C is that it is reversible—there is no top-versus-bottom. An abundance of technical detail is available on Wikipedia. All Boxlight and Mimio USB cables have the USB Type-A connection at the computer end. Connecting a computer’s USB-C port to the existing
We have seen success with customers using the steps provided below to better the interaction and input of interactive devices when using the Chrome browser. To enable these settings, enter chrome://flags in Chrome’s address bar. Then scroll down until you find these two settings: “Touch Optimized UI” and “Enable touch events.” (Use the drop-down boxes to enable both.) Scroll a bit further to find the “Enable touch initiated drag and
If you receive the message “Unable to Load File” while trying to import a Microsoft Word or PowerPoint file, the easiest solution is to save the file as a PDF. Once you’ve saved the file as a PDF, you should have no issues importing it. This issue is mainly encountered on Mac OS.
Power off the MimioProjector. Disconnect the power cable. Hold the Menu button while inserting the power cable Release the Menu button while the blue LED light is still flashing—this will start the Automatic Fan Calibration mode. After a few seconds, the Automatic Fan Calibration completes. The projector automatically powers on, displaying the Fan Information screen. (If all three LEDs have a solid light, the projector will not power on because