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i need a small screen

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i have a weird setup that won't allow me to view the bootup sequence of my machine. i have a digital monitor that refuses to accept the initial analog signal.

my original monitor port is still open, so i'd like to add a small lcd to it in order to troubleshoot, etc.
optimally, i'm after a 7" screen, but i'm willing to settle for 9-10". MUST plug into the monitor port.

any ideas? my pathetic searching has not turned anything up.

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It is not worth the trouble to find small screen lcd panels as they will cost as much as normal computer lcd monitors. Check these prices and you will see what i mean.


As for the boot up sequence try pressing the TAB key while booting the computer. A lot of the motherboards have a setting to disable the bios startup screen if you want to see the startup sequence.

If you are trying to disable the windows startup screen heres the fix.


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