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I have two monitors being used on my PC. All I know is that they are Belinea monitors, I need to find out exactly which belinea monitors they are. How do I find this information from my computer?
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If you are running Windows 2000, I believe you can do:

Start > Programs > Accessorires > System Tools > System Information

Poke around in there; you *should* find some specific information about most of your hardware.

Alternatively, do
Start > Run...
Type 'dxdiag.exe'

That will run the DirectX Diagnostic utility, which will output all kinds of blathering information about your machine.  The information you seek *MAY* be in there, maybe not.
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