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carlie

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Help - I think my Monitor is going to die real soon.

The past couple of days the screen starts out looking good

and after about 10 minutes the image shrinks and I can't

get to my start button or hardly anything.

Are Monitors a standard peice of equipment ?

If I get a Monitor from my buddy would it automatically be compatible with my computer ?

Thanks,

carlie

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Carlie, You can hook up any monitor to your PC and it will work, if you set it up through windows it will auto download any drivers that are needed or set you up with generic drivers.

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Carlie, You can hook up any monitor to your PC and it will work, if you set it up through windows it will auto download any drivers that are needed or set you up with generic drivers.

John V

John,

Damned I can't believe it - you are on my mind sometime during

each and every day, and here you are now.

It has brought a smile to me just to see you post.

I have been worried about you.

Thanks for the monitor information - but more than that -

thank you for showing up and still being here.

carlie

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Guest Vietnam Tanker

Thanks for the kind words and warm thoughts. Remember I am a fighter and not a quitter the big C will never keep me down, I am not on to often because of all the radical treatments I am getting and my Damn puter blew up so I have to borrow a laptop now and then just to come on and see what is going on here at home. Love and miss all of you guy's.

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Carlie:

Just about any monitor will work and they don't cost that much anymore. I suggest at least 17" and maybe larger.

http://www.buy.com/prod/acer-v173-b-17-lcd.../207538531.html

No Tax AND FREE SHIPPING

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Carlie:

Just about any monitor will work and they don't cost that much anymore. I suggest at least 17" and maybe larger.

http://www.buy.com/prod/acer-v173-b-17-lcd.../207538531.html

No Tax AND FREE SHIPPING

Dang, looks like I can afford the 20" LCD flatscreen.

That would be real nice.

Thanks.

carlie

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The brand of monitor does make a difference. When buying a monitor, you must take into consideration what you do on your computer. Gamers need high resolution monitors with souped-up video cards, while people who do spreadsheets and office applications don't really need the greater resolution.

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I have bought one monitor through CompUSA online. Only took 4 days to get here. Here is the site I ordered it from. There are drivers that usually come with the moniter, but Windows XP and above has almost all drivers.

http://www.compusa.com/applications/Catego...sp=LN-_-CO-_-NA

Here is CompUSA refurbished monitors. These are usually just opened box but can not be sold as new.

http://www.compusa.com/applications/catego...ed-LCD-Monitors&

I really takes some getting use too with the wide screen monitors.

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