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I need a cord to hook up the monitor to the computer

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Go to BestBuy or Walmart and get a VGA video cable. They can be had for about 10 bucks. Look at the plugs on your monitor and video port on your computer to make sure you get the proper ends on your cable. It will be either male-female or male-male ends.

I hope this helps.

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