Monitor going bad

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Monitor going bad

Postby Forrest Chapman » Fri, Aug 29 2014, 1:18PM

After 12 years my old control monitor is on the fritz. Will a lcd type monitor work with Windows 2k?


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Re: Monitor going bad

Postby Josh Rayburn » Fri, Aug 29 2014, 2:24PM

I had a flat panel hooked up to mine a while back when I was testing things to see where the problem was. Worked just fine.
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