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Well, you're in the wrong forum, but what you have two options on doing what you want to do.

A.) You can get a mini-DVI to DVI adapter and a DVI cable to hook into the back of your LCD if you have a DVI port in back. Or you can take the same mini-DVI to DVI adapter and get a DVI to HDMI cable if your LCD has an HDMI input.

B.) You can get a mini-DVI to VGA adapter and a VGA cable and hook it into your LCD's VGA port.

"Anecdotal thinking comes naturally, science requires training." - Michael Shermer
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