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I WANT TO USE A LAPTOP LCD WITH A PC


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arienrosendale

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IS IT POSSIBLE TO USE AN LCD SCREEN FROM A LAPTOP (not a laptop just the screen) ON MY DESK TOP PC? IT WILL BE USED INSTEAD OF MY CRT SCREEN, NOT AS A SECOND DISPLAY. IF SO WHAT IS THE EASIEST WAY?

Edited by arienrosendale, 13 September 2005 - 05:08 PM.

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timetowaste

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I know it's possible. I came across a program that would let you use another computer as a monitor when I was looking for a program to support multiple screens.

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i think all you actually have to do is plug it into another monitor if it has the plugs in the back of the laptop then right click on your desktop click properties then click setting and the drop down menu select your using 2 monitors all you have to do is drag the stuff your working on onto the other monitor

Edited by Starius, 13 September 2005 - 11:33 AM.

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warriorscot

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Why would you want to though its a pretty akward way to do it, especially considering how cheap and easy to get hold of FTs are now.
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