Question about Dell Computers & Internet
You'll need to locate the VGA port on your Laptop to your monitor. The VGA port looks like ...
You should have a VGA cable that came with your monitor?
When you have connected the two together and turned on your Laptop the monitor should autosync and show the display. If this does not happen predd Fn+8 (the function key for external monitor support - should show a screen and a laptop on the key)
The Laptop may of course be damaged and not booting. Do you hear any disk booting? ... are the normal leds for keyboard etc lit?
Hope this helps, if so please leave feedback. If not, please let me know and I'll try and help some more!
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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