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Night_Shift

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Hey to all the people who know the answer,

I do so many things at one that i need another monitor connected

do you know where i can get a monitor splitter?

around manitoba please and thanks
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dsenette

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are you wanting to have seperate desktop space on each monitor? or the same data displayed on each? if you want seperate desktop space (such as; working on multiple documents at once and needing to view both as big as possible at the same time) you can get a new video card that supports dual monitors. you can set it up to continue your desktop over to the new monitor and drag stuff over there as if you were pushing it through the side of the monitors (i do it with my laptop when i need to do presentations on tvs (lets me keep my notes on my screen and just show the stuff i need to show on the tv)
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If you are just looking for a splitter, in which case you wouldhave the same thing on each monitor, you can buy a cheap vga splitter at Radio Shack, but I think that in Canada, Radio Shack name no longer exists because of the law suit. Thus, if the store does not exist wither (I don't know) you can easily buy one online at like amazon.com... Try a pricegrabber search for online stores with it. Here is one serach for example. Click a product to see its stores:

http://www.pricegrab...tter&topcat_id=

Peace,
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