Question about LG Studioworks 700S 17" CRT Monitor
I am piecing together a desktop system for my daughter for christmas. I have an LG CPU and am trying to connect an LG CRT monitor which i got from somewhere else. On the motherboard, there is a monitor connection but it is male and so is the connector on the monitor. There has been a graphics card added to the computer and presumably this has been set up with a monitor before but although the CRT fits the connection perfectly, it is not being recognised on bootup and stays black.
I'm presuming that the monitor is alot older than the CPU. is it possible to get a male/male adaptor cable so i can plug it directly into the CPU's motherboard and if i do this, will it be sufficient to make it work?
apprently there is windows XP on the CPU. i can't see that though obviously LOL!!!
If the computer has DVI male, you simply need a VGA to DVI adapter.
However, the plugs on the computer should all be male, and cables coming from the monitor female. It seems you may be trying the wrong port.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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