Question about Computers & Internet
If you are talking about going from a CRT (television) monitor over to an LCD screen this should not pose an issue.
The only possible problem I can see is not having the proper connections with your cable such as needing a DVI female connection, but there are adapter in the market that should fix this issue. Also, most monitors will have the proper adapters with them.
You could possibly have problems with the drivers, but considering that you are running Windows XP, I don't think that this will be an issue. I have rarely ran into any problems with drivers, and when I did they were more of software enhancements for the video card, and not a driver issue.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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