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KDS xf-70 Monitor kills any pc it's hooked up to. when its powered up its ok, but as soon as a video card sends a singal to it , the monitor apparenly sends a high voltage back to the pc (ive not dissassembled it and tested the voltage), Does anyone have schematics to the hv and control board for that monitor?

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there are special units that you can purchase to do this, other than that, there really isnt a decent way, unless you get an lcd with component inputs

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