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Since you don't provide the laptop model, I assume your PC has at least a 15 Pin VGA connector. You will need a 15 pin male VGA to 15 pin male VGA cable, just plug it at the laptop and the monitor, that should do. If your laptop has also an HDMI or DVI or Display Port, you will need a proper cable or adapter.
This monitor has two types of video inputs, a 15 pin VGA D-sub connector and a DVI connector. If the video card has a 15 pin D-Sub then connect the video cable to the 15 pin D-Sub connector on the monitor. If the video connectors are DVI then connect the video card and monitor with a DVI video cable. You will also need to configure the monitor for either the D-Sub or DVI video input.
in 15pin connector of the monitor, red wire goes to pin No:1 green wire goes to pin no:2 blue wire goes to pin no:3 yellow wire goes to pin no:13 white wire goes to pin no:14 and black wire goes to 5&15. Now display will come!
4Monitor ID - Bit 2
11Monitor ID - Bit 1
12Monitor ID - Bit 0
This is caused by a resolution and/or refresh frequency setting in your computer's display properties that exceeds the values supported by the monitor. Find out the optimum (native) resolution of your monitor (in case of AMV 17V5 it will be 1280x1024 pixels), and supported refresh frequency (usually 60Hz for LCD monitors), and set your display properties to these values.
The DB15VGA (Video Graphics Array) connector contains however 15 pins in three rows of 5 pins each. These five pins carry the color and synchronisation signals, also a digital I2C interface for two-way communication between the video controller and monitor. The common 15-pin VGA connector found on most video cards, computer monitors, high definition televisions which support VGA connections. The following schematic diagram and table shows respectively connector and pin assignment of DB15VGA. Pin Name Function 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 RED GREEN BLUE n/c GND RED_RTN GREEN_RTN BLUE_RTN VDC GND n/c SDA HSYNC VSYNC SLC Red Video Green Video Blue Video not connected Signal Ground Red Ground Green Ground Blue Ground 5 VDC supply (fused) Signal Ground not connected DDC/I2C data Horizontal Sycn Vertical Sycn DDC/I2C Clock
pin no 1 - Red colour signal (Red colour wire)
pin no 2 - Green colour signal (Green colour wire)
pin no 3 - Blue colour signal (Blue colour wire)
4&5 Not connected
pin no 6&7&8 are (Grounds)RGB Returns
pin 13 Hohizontal sync signal
pin no 14 vertical sync signal
Not nessasry other pins