The screen needs a controller card. I am ot sure if a standard card would work or not. But, they run close to $100. So, you'd be better off to just get a 15" LCD that'll work with your existing PC. The screen itself has little value. You can get larger TFT's on ebay for under $100. One guy was trying to sell his webplayer screen for $12. But, there were no bids.
I've got a webplayer set up on a wireless network connection with VNC to show whats on my monitor upstairs when I am down stairs. It also works as a second monitor with a second video card. Its not quite the same as plugging it directly into the video card, but its not bad...
I found a special version of VNC that works with 2 video cards. It was hard to find, I can send it to you if you want. On the webplayer I just start vnc like normal, but if I move the mouse over to the second screen when on the webplayer that is all it will show. You do have to have a second video card even though you are not plugging a monitor directly in it. Also all of this fits on the DOC.
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