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I want to hook up 2 monitors to watch broadcasts on one computer and do office work on the other from the same computer. Is this possible?
No Deal! I don't know what else to do. Any ideas? Could it be that I need a graphic card?
Main Considerations:- Black looks black (not washed out by the florescent backlight)- Colors are vibrant and true- Minimal Ghosting and residuals- high refreshrateI would like to have something that has a responsiveness close to a CRT.
I just bought a widescreen monitor and was wondering is there a way to display a 4:3 aspect ratio on the widescreen monitor and have the right and left sides blacked out? On my widescreen TV I can do this when watching standard TV (I don't) but I am not sure how to do this with my computer. I have a NVIDIA graphics card.
emachine does not produce an image on the monitor
I'm looking for a server/client program that will allow me to monitor the health status of several PC's from remote locations. Things like temp, fans, internet connection, hard drives, recently installed programs, viruses, hard-drive space etc. etc.
I know several people to whom this has happened and they were very upset even though they are working on company computers.