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Connect pc and screen.

This is new 4 xmas.followed wire connection instructions.pc ,speakers,keyboard all come on with powerlead from pc to wall socket.lcd sreen will not come on.if i take powerlead from pc and put in back of lcd screen comes on.have one lead left over the same connection plug as main powerlead but on other side has not got normal 3 pin plug.this one is smaller one round pin and two flat pins as in a shaver socket and nowhere to plug that in pls advice me ,rgd cloggy this is acer aspire t67 desktop and viewsonic lcd screen

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  • wipprecht Dec 27, 2008

    problem sorted.got right lead now.many thanks,rgd cloggy

  • chris dowell May 11, 2010

    what model number of veiwsonic LCD do you have ?

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The one left over could be for hdmi
your plugging the monitor into the wall and then your other connection into the back of the pc.
did you get a cd for the lcd screen

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