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DVI CABLE AND AUDIO CABLE. NO EXPLAINATION OF HOOKUP OR USE

WHERE ON COMPUTOR DO I RUN THE AUDIBLE CABLE. WHAT IS THE DVI CABLE(oPTIONAL ) AND EXPLAIN THE HOOKUP

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  • danaom Feb 09, 2009

    THANKS , I THOUGHTI MIGHT TRY THAT BUT WAS UNSURE. A DVI CABLE WAS NOT INCLUDED BUT OPTIONAL. IS THIS NECESSARY ?

    WHAT IS A DVI CABLE AND WHERE ON COMPUTOR DO YOU [LACE SAME, DANAOM

  • danaom Feb 10, 2009

    THANKS AGAIN FOR YOUR HELP DANAOM

  • jim beckwith May 11, 2010

    I put mine in the micrphone area

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Plug the audio cable into the LIME GREEN port on the computer.

You can onlly use a DVI cable if your Video Card has that kind of connector.

Trust me, you don't need one. Use the D-shaped 15 pin connector.

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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    Leroy Elliott Feb 10, 2009

    Thanx for the FixYa!

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