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Attaching monitors I have a HP 17" "vista". Not sure what else I need to give you. If you tell me what else I need to provide I can, I am just not that computer literate to know what information you need. thanks

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    john wasson May 11, 2010

    thank you for the information. i was needing to know the model number of your laptop so i can get the specifics on it. it should say it in the upper corner of your screen. or on the bottom of your laptop

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Plug it into your video card.

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