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New2Lindows 08-07-2003 04:06 AM

Why Not?
Just wondering, I have a 14" monitor from '99. Most sites I've looked at say that If I've set my monitor to 800 x 600 pixels, and keep my color 24 bits or less, I should have no problems. However, I've read some sites that say a 14" monitor won't work. Why on Earth wouldn't it? I still have a little time to order a new monitor, so please tell me if I would be likely to have problems, and if I should order a new monitor so our home computer doesn't need my office monitor or has to sit idle until we get another.

acid_kewpie 08-07-2003 04:13 AM

no reason at all.... where did all this come from? maybe you have information you're not telling us?

and *please* use useful thread titles, thanks

New2Lindows 08-07-2003 04:48 AM

Well, Lindows, and Lfriendly say that my monitor should work if I set the right resolution, etc. on the monitor, which I have done in advance. However, at two websites, whose names I can not remember I read that old 14" monitors may not work. Now could they mean so old they don't have the ability to use the right resolution? I don't know, but if I get my webstation and my monitor doesn't work, it will mean I'll have to wait while they ship another one.

acid_kewpie 08-07-2003 04:54 AM

1999 is not old..! you shouldn't have any problems at all, apart from the fact that you chose a crap distribution to try ;-)

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