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Wire in pin clip broke

Have pin clip, wires feed into male end, when disconecting male from female 2 wires broke. tiny wires, tiny pin clip holes. how do I get the broken piece out of clip and re-attach wires?

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If your MAC G4 has a DVI port it is generally the female style.
The DVI connector on the adapter will need to be a male DVI style.

The VGA end of the adapter will be either male, or female. Most VGA connectors on a monitor cable have a male VGA end.

(The DVI end will have the pins sticking out on the adapter. The VGA end will have the socket holes)

Also stated as the monitor cable end will be a DVI male. The port {Connection} on the computer is a VGA female)

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http://sewelldirect.com/dviaftovgam.asp

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More information on the DVI connector styles, and the Digital Visual Interface technology,

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If you should find all of this confusing, simply state in a Comment as to what connector is on the end of the monitor cable, and what connector is at the computer.

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Your son is right. the 2 screw of the male should be fasten
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However, if the shield is still there and only the hole where
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