#1
I have a VERY old laptop (windows 98). The screen on it is fine, although sometimes windows freezes. I was wondering if there were a way to hook up that laptop to my current laptop to use as a second monitor. If it's possible, how would I do this and what cord would I need?
Thanks.
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#5
seriously please?
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#6
using another laptop strictly as a monitor doesn't sound like its something that could be easily achieved. considering its hardwired into the rest of the unit.

it'd probably be far easier to just pick up a new monitor.. smaller sized lcds aren't super pricey anymore.
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#7
buy another monitor, there are some networking tricks you could attempt to try to get it toi work, but unless you are a networking professional (or have equivalent knowledge) don't even bother.
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#8
Yo dawg, I heard yo like monitors, so I put a monitor by yo' monitor, so yo' can monitor while you monitor.

/Old.
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#9
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damn beaten to it on the first post!!

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Yo dawg, I heard yo like monitors, so I put a monitor by yo' monitor, so yo' can monitor while you monitor.

/Old. YET CLASSIC


fixed

ts buy a new monitor
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#10
ok thanks for the help...I was just trying to be cheap :P
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