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Sorry this wasn't about a computer it was a TV. There is no monitor! Thanks anyway

Posted on Oct 05, 2008

  • Stephen Hawkings
    Stephen Hawkings Oct 02, 2010

    i'll tell you what it is it is an acer netbook so dont tell me your acer is a TV im not that stupid

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