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Yes it is needed to utilize a 2nd monitor. Laptops are ready to do two monitors so you are in luck. It should just be plug and play for the most part but I will give you a run down of what you are going to need to do. Go ahead and plug in the new monitor into the back of your laptop in the designated port. It will be the only one that the cable will fit into. Then turn your lap top on if it is not already turnd on. Right click on the desk top and click on properties. When the properties opens up click on the settings tab and then click on Advanced. Once the new windown opens up click on the Displays tab. in this tab there should be a few different monitors listed, your default panel will already be active so just to the left of it (atleast on my window) will be the second monitor. Click on the power button for it then click apply. The system will do an automatic resolution change and then you will be promted to either keep the setting or to change back. Click ok and presto you have both monitors up and running. Any more questions please feel free to ask.
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