Question about Acer V193w LCD Monitor
Oh, it is really easy and I did it just when I was looking for something to do as a pastime.
Well, you need a power socket for the monitor, surely. Now, the video cable needs to be connected. There will be a video input port somewhere around the edge (if a laptop) and you need to buy an adapter or something if you are connecting a second laptop to a desktop. A cheap video cable splitter must be perfect.
Now, when you have connected it all, it will show a wizard, most probably. In Vista, it shows a small wizard with options to duplicate what you see on one screen or to extend the present desktop (where you just have a wallpaper and the entire space to dedicate for your Widgets, Gadgets, other browser windows or spreadsheets.
Have fun. Now, in Display Properties, you can change the resolution, position (you can literally drag the windows and the pointer to the other screen) and the color properties for each display.
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Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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