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In short, the answer is you probably can't, not without using external software. Make it your primary display. Most laptops have a monitor key that is accessed by holding the function (Fn) button. This is used to send the display to the external output and if your lucky, you have the option to send it to both or either one at a time (by pressing it again). ...


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It's just suggesting a resolution setting for you. You don't really say whether it gives you the option to change it at that moment or what monitor you have etc., but you should be able change your resolution and run the game just fine. Even if it's not the optimum resolution, it's possible that you can still play the game in a less-than-optimum setting, ...


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There's no cheap way of connecting an SNES to a VGA monitor. The SNES can output Composite video (the yellow cable, poor quality), S-Video (round cable with four pins, sharp image with a slight amount of color bleeding) and 15khz RGB (perfect quality). Unfortunately the RGB output can't be fed directly to a VGA monitor - these generally have a minimum ...



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