Re: Dual use of LCD monitor
Your manual will tell you which is the source selection button.
Check that the DVI cable is undamaged and securely inserted.
The graphics card driver may need specific setup instructions to output to
the DVI connector.
It is possible that the DVI connector to your monitor or graphics card is
faulty. Go through all the official troubleshooting steps specified in your
"Lilo Lentz" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Exactly how is that done?
> I'm asking cuz I tried using only the digital connection and nothing
> For my Samsung SyncMaster 940BF only the analog connection seems to
> "Dominic Payer" <firstname.lastname@example.org> skrev i meddelelsen
>> Usually there is a front panel selector to allow choice of inputs.
>> Selection is automatic if only one input is active.
>> Both computers can run simultaneously, but only one computer's display
>> can be shown on the screen. It's your choice which, and you can switch as
>> you like.
>> "Rbrummy" <Rbrummy@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>>I have a new Vista computer and an older XP computer. Both are not used
>>> the same time. I have an LCD monitor with both a digital and an analog
>>> connection. Could I have the XP computer connected to the analog
>>> and the Vista computer connected to the digital connection and use the
>>> monitor with both computers as long as only one computer is powered up?