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IBM 9513 DWO

I have a IBM 9513 DWO LCD Monitor. - It has a DVI input can I change it to AG1 analog. The unit has died. I cant find a a DWO board, would the Analog board work?
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Dont know if you ever got an answer for this question but no the 9513 will only accept DVI input. You cannot change it to accept analogue.

You can test the monitor by using a HMDI to DVI input if you have satellite or cable box with a HMDI output.

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