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IBM X335 server , but no C2T how to add a vga card

I have IBM X335 server , but no C2T cable to connect to a dispaly monitor,need to disable on board display to add a vga card, how to do it.

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  • M H shariff Apr 25, 2013

    I had tried this hyperterminal method earlier itself in VAIN as said.

  • M H shariff Apr 25, 2013

    I had tried hyper terminal earlier in VAIN

  • M H shariff Apr 27, 2013

    YES I FOUND IT MYSELF
    FOR EVERY BODYS HELP:
    Pin corespondence of C2T cable is
    for Video
    V1 - IC3
    V2 - IC4
    V3 - IC1
    V4 - Nc(Not Connected)
    V5 - I24
    V6 - IC5
    V7 - IC5
    V8 - IC5 (3 of them)
    V9 - I8
    V10 - I24
    V11 - Nc
    V12 - I6
    V13 - IC2
    V14 - I26
    V15 - I7
    Keyboard
    K1 - NC
    K2 - I25
    K3 - NC
    K4 - I17
    K5 - I18
    K6 - I16
    Mouse
    M1 - NC
    M2 - I25
    M3 - NC
    M4 - I10
    M5 - I18
    M6 - I9

  • M H shariff Apr 27, 2013

    Pin corespondence is
    for Video
    V1 - IC3
    V2 - IC4
    V3 - IC1
    V4 - Nc(Not Connected)
    V5 - I24
    V6 - IC5
    V7 - IC5
    V8 - IC5 (3 of them)
    V9 - I8
    V10 - I24
    V11 - Nc
    V12 - I6
    V13 - IC2
    V14 - I26
    V15 - I7
    Keyboard
    K1 - NC
    K2 - I25
    K3 - NC
    K4 - I17
    K5 - I18
    K6 - I16
    Mouse
    M1 - NC
    M2 - I25
    M3 - NC
    M4 - I10
    M5 - I18
    M6 - I9

  • M H shariff Apr 27, 2013

    YES I FOUND IT MYSELF
    it is open FOR EVERY BODY'S HELP:
    Pin corespondence of C2T cable is
    for Video

    V = VGA
    IC = IBM C2T CABLE
    K = KEYBOARD
    M = MOUSE

    V1 - IC3
    V2 - IC4
    V3 - IC1
    V4 - Nc(Not Connected)
    V5 - I24
    V6 - IC5
    V7 - IC5
    V8 - IC5 (3 of them)
    V9 - I8
    V10 - I24
    V11 - Nc
    V12 - I6
    V13 - IC2
    V14 - I26
    V15 - I7
    Keyboard
    K1 - NC
    K2 - I25
    K3 - NC
    K4 - I17
    K5 - I18
    K6 - I16
    Mouse
    M1 - NC
    M2 - I25
    M3 - NC
    M4 - I10
    M5 - I18
    M6 - I9

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You can use the X335 server without C2T cable. I have searched the article which would make you convenient to understand.
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