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I want to connect my laptop with computer, i am using s.video cable but not a good cleararity. so getting a good clearity which cable i have to use. there is a 15 pin female socket in my laptop, so i can use that port ?

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Please use a normal monitor/VGA cable .... If you have a DVI output in both your laptop and desktop which is white in color and has 29 pins... that would be great and the best one is HDMI which is black in color and has 29 pins ... the best quality you can ask for

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