Pc LCD connexions?

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by Eee-Tee, Oct 26, 2002.

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  1. Eee-Tee

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    I've got an LCD with my PC, i was just wondering what different connexions there are?
    i've been told that there is a digital one?
    if so where does it connect to, and where would i get them from?
    cheers
     
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    Do you think he's still wondering ????:boring:
     
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    Wondering what ????

    How to spell 'connections' or the digital one connection thingy ????


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    I bet Eee Tee wished he had phoned home to ask someone about his thingy...
     
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    Perhaps this 'eee tee' didn't know how to phone home ...
     
  6. jell935

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    mat be the operator couldn't connext him
     
  7. Yemeth

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    How do you guys do this?

    Do you actually make a hobby of searching for old threads? :rotfl:

    How sad...

    "Grave-digging" is considered bad 'netiquette' and doesnt help me or anyone else on AVForums, so as much as it is funny to read the comments, closing it would be the better option. :hiya:
     
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