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Monitor problem how to connect my monitor? I need a diferent cable or a card?

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  • soltaino Apr 02, 2008

    thanks, I really fix the problem with a new card



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Hello soltaino, your board (K7VT2), did not come with a video card. (New). If you have a video card in your PC it was added. I'll need to know the name of the card to advise you regarding a cable to connect to the monitor. My guess is it's like the pictures listed below.
The Asrock does have an AGP 4x video slot. If your board has a video card installed it's connector would connect to a standard VGA connector at both the monitor & at the video card.
Whick looks like this.
monitor problem - 1eaceab.jpg
The picture above shows a female VGA port, (like on a monitor).

b9662ed.jpg See the bue cable. That's a standard SVGA cable connector.
If you can not connect to the PC you need a new video card, not a new monitor.
Suggest this card. It has both VGA & DVI connectores.

Best Regards!

Posted on Apr 02, 2008


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