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Cannot connect monitor to motherboard

I have an asus p5q-e motherboard and i have a dell 19"widescreen monitor but cannot connect them. the monitor supports a d-sub lead and a dvi-d lead but the motherboard only supports a e-sata 1394 connection for video.

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The asus p5q-e motherboard doesn't come with a video card. teh e-SATA-1394 is the serial hard drive connection.
you need to get a ATI video card, since th edriver is ATI, it is much easier tooc onfigure than any other video car.
make sure to get the DVI-D video card.

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