Question about Computers & Internet
My computer runs w/ a dvi cable and the d-sub cable, but my monitor only has inputs for the d-sub cable. i got a converter with both dvi and d-dub inputs, but the monitor sill doesn't run.
You have to make sure the DVI output of your computer supports analog video.
Check online for a DVI pinout. You will see the group of 4 or so pins to one side of the connector provide analog VGA. If your Video card (or cable) doesn't utilize those pins, then your monitor isn't going to be supplied the signal it needs.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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