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i would like to connect a hp pavillon tower to my surface rt docking station to use the installed programs on the hp hard drive. can this be done by connecting a usb cable to the hp tower and the surface docking station?

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I'm going with No here

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The Surface RT docking station is not designed to take video in for onward transmission.
Also, the Surface RT is a tablet with no Video input that I know of

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I had an RT.

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Nope. RT is quite a different beast. About all you can try is to see if any VNC (see google) is available or Remote Desktop.

Sorry, my RT experience was so bad I gifted the unit away.

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