Hi please help me for find connection map
my cable is complet cuting form my prot of behind my pc
now i make a port and 9 wire form prot of back my pc and now iwant connect my monitor cable wich color is
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The 9-pin port on your PC tower is NOT a video port, it is a serial data port. All VGA connectors are 15-pin. Hooking up to the 9-pin port will not get you a picture. There should be a VGA port on the PC, or else a DVI an/or HDMI port. You can get DVI-to-VGA adapters that work, but only if the DVI port is an analog DVI, not if it is a digital DVI (DVI-D or DVI-DD).
The USB ports on the monitor will work only if you connect the monitor via a USB cable to your PC/Laptop's USB port. Sounds awkward. Doesn't it? There must be a USB cable with flat socket on one end and trapezium shape jack on one end. It should be in the box which the monitor came in. The USB ports in the monitor are just another extended USB ports for your PC/Laptop. If you can't find the cable mentioned above, it is the same cable you connect to a printer, scanner,........ In some cases you might need to install a driver which should also come along with monitor. Mostly you don't need to install.
USB ports on the LCD is a USB hub. To use these ports you have to connect the input of the USB Hub of the LCD to one of the USB ports of the computer through a USB cable. You
need a simple USB Printer Cable, which is easily available from any Computer Accessories store. Below
is the picture of the cable. The normal USB plug (on the left) goes to
the USB Post of the PC and the square one at the right should be
connected to the LCD.
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changes on the display mostly occurs because of a faulty VGA cable or a
loose connection of the cable to the VGA port at the back of your PC or
Monitor. But if the cable is fixed securely at the back and the problem
still persists, slightly move the cable's wire segment while observing
its reaction on your monitor. Does it change colors while u do so? If it
does even when the cable is securely plugged in to both the PC and the
monitor, then u need to change the cable. As for the visible display
area size (technically called the Resolution) right click on an icon
free area on the desktop and click Properties. At the top of the form
click on the Settings tab. At the bottom of this form find Screen
Resolution and adjust it to it your requirements and click Apply. On the
confirmation dialogue that pops up click Yes if the displayed
resolution suits u otherwise click No and try another resolution size.
Hope this helps.
This error occurs when monitor does not get any signal form the PC... The causes could be as follows.....
(1) The cod that connects the PC and Monitor is faulty.(this is the most common reason).... (2) The VGA port has been stop functioning..
A proper analysis will reveal the other cause, if any..
Hope this has helped you..
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Sounds like your monitor is not getting any signal. The monitor is probably working fine its the video card or connection that is having the problem. Check all cables, then check to make sure video card is working. Does your computer POST without any problems when you turn it on? Do you have an onboard video port and a AGP/PCI-e/PCI video port? If so, is your video connected to the onboard or the AGP/PCI-e/PCI
there could be another port for the monitor to use a VGA cable. check and see if your computer is capable of VGA from the port of the back of the computer and if it is. use a VGA cable to connect the computer to the monitor.
in Monitor CRT Red-Blue-green cathode guns are there.. Mixing of these colour we can get the original colour chrominace technique. if any of the colour gun is faulty we would get more REad or blue or green picture. Measure RGB voltages. you can verfify which gun is faulty. if then check RGB processing circuits. Else there might be problem Chrominance colour decoder system. Contact service centre