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I have asus ve247h monitor. Using VGA connection to Windows 7 64 bit machine. Monitor is on, and is set to VGA but screen is black. Any ideas? I checked the connection to the monitor and to the computer.

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The monitor should come with a cable that you can use. However, if it did not you can use these cables below

DVI cable

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HDMI cable
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or a VGA Cable



I hope it helped you. Rate for this information will greatly be appreciated. Thank you!

Posted on Jan 21, 2011

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Click here to see your screen specifications.

Your screen Supports DVI, HDMI 1.3 and VGA inputs.

Your Computer should have at least one of these connectors. The cables should have come with the screen.
Match them up, I would use either HDMI or DVI as these are digital signals.
VGA is analog, but if you can only use this one then go for it.

I do not see a reason to purchase an adapter.

Simply plug in at the wall and into the Graphics card of your computer.
You might have a card or onboard Graphics.

Thumbs up!
Let me know how it goes!
damnor01

Posted on Jan 27, 2011

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Your Computer should have at least one of these connectors. The cables should have come with the screen.
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Thumbs up!
Let me know how it goes!
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