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Connecting monitor to gateway 400 vtx laptop

My husband disconnected the monitor from the board and I can't see where they snap back on.

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Re: connecting monitor to gateway 400 vtx laptop

Hi Spratty,

You can fix this problem simply by pulling the computer out, then looking for a blue vertical port (if you don't have a graphics card) or a blue Horizontal port (if you do have a graphics card, which is usually located at the bottom of the computer.)

Count the pins on the cable then count the pins on the port.

The end of the monitor cable should be Male which are pins only and the port should be Female which are slots where the pins go.

Make sure that the sides of the cable matches the sides of the port (which is a upward angle)

If you have anymore problems please let me know,


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