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  Reply # 741688 8-Jan-2013 15:15
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Yes, but you will need to turn on the PC and setup sharing of the HDD across your network....



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  Reply # 741748 8-Jan-2013 16:26
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wellygary: Yes, but you will need to turn on the PC and setup sharing of the HDD across your network....


Im guessing I would need to "accept" this on my pc? And as my monitor doesn't work I wont be able to accept. lol.

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  Reply # 741767 8-Jan-2013 17:02
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Does your TV have a VGA input, if so you could use that, 

Otherwise can you borrow a monitor from someone for a hour or so to set is up, 

If all else fails, go to trademe and find the nearest auction for a CRT monitor, you should be able to pick one up for peanuts, 



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  Reply # 741773 8-Jan-2013 17:06
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wellygary: Does your TV have a VGA input, if so you could use that, 

Otherwise can you borrow a monitor from someone for a hour or so to set is up, 

If all else fails, go to trademe and find the nearest auction for a CRT monitor, you should be able to pick one up for peanuts, 


Have 3 TVs in my house so hopefully one of them will :). Cheers mate will look into it :)

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