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Be sure to have the monitor connected before you power up the laptop. Also, check the laptop manual to see if there is some sort of key combination that enables the external monitor. You might also be able to find such a key combination by looking at the actual keys to see if you have one that also has an icon of a monitor or the letters CRT on the individual key. Typically, you would press this key while holding down the Fn or similar key to invoke the external monitor.

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