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I would like to hook up my compaq presario v2000 to an external monitor/tv What cord would I need and where would I plug it in?

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Hi,
Connect the monitor cable to the D-type connector on the laptop. Once the monitor is connected to the laptop. Hold down the Fn key on the keybaord and tap on the F8 key to toggle the display on the external monitor

There are three stages of the Fn+ F8 key
1, Exterenal only
2. Laptop + External screen
3. Laptop only.

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