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Most newer monitors have both HDMI and DVI connect ports. Is there any reason I can not have one computer attached to the monitor with HDMI and a second computer attached with DVI, as long as only one computer is supplying a signal at a time?
The reason I ask is I have three Raspberry Pi's that I would like to attach to a monitor with a HDMI switch that has three inputs and one output, still have my Win box attached with DVI.
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