I wish to align my laptop (Windows Vista) to an Acer Monitor (#AL2216W) so that they mirror each other. I have managed to hook it up with the VGA cord that I have. I've also managed to get my 'desktop' to show up on the monitor, but the computer and monitor are not 'sinced up' so that they mirror each other when I open up a new browser like chrome to access the interent. I am wanting to set this up so I can do a group demonstration from a web based program in my office whereby the audience can clearly see what I am demoing from my laptop as it simultaneously shows up on the monitor . If I don't need to additionally purchase a new DVI-D cord for success, then you should be able to set this up rather easily. Otherwise, I'll need to acquire the chord which I can do in a day or two.
Another issue is, the picture of my desktop on the Acer is over blown and I don't know how to reduce it. I need to know how to do that. I have downloaded the Acer Manual and it's likely in there, but if you can do it remotely or walk me through it, that would be best for me at this point.
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Hello Mme Perkey, I am an experienced Customer Support Agent. I was solving quite a lot of such problems for the end users who called us via phone so I would be very interested in working on your project.
I am a computer engineering students. I have fixed computers and projectors exactly the above discussed method for demonstrations at the university. So this won't be that much difficult