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What is the way to get the very best picture quality when hooking up my new HP L 1755 Flat Screen Monitor to my E-Machine W3052 which is about 3 years old.First would it be compatible or the best idea to hook up VGA to VGA.DVI to DVI which means buying a new Video card for my Computer so the DVI could be hooked up to my computer, or hook up the DVI to VGA Connector ? Would a DVI Video card be worth the extra costs if I went that route ?This HP L 1755 only has a response time of 25 ms, is that good enough to watch Music Videos or not ? I do not do any gaming.Can you tell me the best detailed step by step way to hook up this monitor to my E-Machine W3052 Computer and which Connector to use ? If I need a DVI Card what would be the Part number or Card I would need to get ? Sorry about all the questions.Any guidance and input would be greatly appreciated since I have a disability and need some help and to be honest I do not have 50.00 for a DVI Video card. Sincerely & God Bless ! Thanks,Diehard16

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What is the way to get the very best picture quality when hooking up my new HP L 1755 Flat Screen Monitor to my E-Machine W3052 which is about 3 years old.First would it be compatible or the best idea to hook up VGA to VGA.DVI to DVI which means buying a new Video card for my Computer so the DVI could be hooked up to my computer, or hook up the DVI to VGA Connector ? Would a DVI Video card be worth the extra costs if I went that route ?This HP L 1755 only has a response time of 25 ms, is that good enough to watch Music Videos or not ? I do not do any gaming.Can you tell me the best detailed step by step way to hook up this monitor to my E-Machine W3052 Computer and which Connector to use ? If I need a DVI Card what would be the Part number or Card I would need to get ? Sorry about all the questions.Any guidance and input would be greatly appreciated since I have a disability and need some help and to be honest I do not have 50.00 for a DVI Video card. Sincerely & God Bless ! Thanks,Diehard16

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