Looking for a monitor compatible for an HP Pavilion A706n

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I would like to ask what particular computer monitor model works best. I have a 17" flat screen monitor CRT mx704 and an old HP Pavilion A706n computer. They don’t work well together and because of that, I plan to purchase a new monitor. If I will buy a one, will it be compatible with the HP Pavilion A706n? Your suggestions please! Thank you very much in advance.

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Answered By 10 points N/A #106857

Looking for a monitor compatible for an HP Pavilion A706n

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Hi Arnolf,

Your HP Pavilon A706n computer was manufactured on September 01, 2004  it could no longer supported Flat screen monitor like CRT mx704. Based on the video graphic specifications 64 MB Allocated Video Memory is too low to operate this kind of monitor. Instead of replacing your monitor you can download HP new video graphic driver release  to Download Link once the drivers installed it will work.

You can also upgrade your PC to the new specification to make it fast, more storage and higher graphics. Don't forget to research the parts especially the MOTHERBOARD, HARDDISK, RAM and PROCESSOR. There are wide range of components available in the market today.  

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Lyle Yapsangco

Answered By 0 points N/A #106859

Looking for a monitor compatible for an HP Pavilion A706n

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I checked HP's website to look for the likely configuration of the system that you have and found out you most likely have a VGA connector to connect your monitor to the computer.

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If you will be buying a new monitor, most likely you'll be getting an LCD monitor since it's better than the CRTs especially with power consumption, just make sure that it has a VGA port so that it can be connected to your system. Many monitors have multiple ways to get them connected to the system. If you do choose one that doesn't have VGA, then you will need to get an adapter that would become the medium to convert the connector from what your monitor has to the VGA connector that your system has.

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