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Monitor Set-up in Windows 3.1

Posted on 1998-04-01
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It's been a long time since I've worked in Windows 3.1, but I'm going to install a new Acer 7276C monitor for my inlaws. There is no mention of drivers for Windows 3.1 - can I just use the existing drivers at the desired resolution? Is there any special set-up required, or can I just plug it in?
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I suggest just plugging it in!  There shouldn't be any problems.
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