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Control center i dont have the control center. can i still use the monitor if i plug it in directly it to a comutor tower?

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Impossible. however, you can get the avc for about $250US from someone like vancebaldwin.com. Don't forget to also get the cable, as it is specific to this model

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hey, I had the same problem. Gateway told me "Plug the monitor power plug directly into a wall electrical outlet
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