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Can't seem to find out where I can get a cable to hook a Princeton Graphics Monitor, (older) model LCD 17, to the power source. The cable appears to be round with 4 pins and is a "DC 12V" ( I Have the cable that hooks monitor into my computer.) Would be very grateful for your help. THKS, MJ

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Try this! Copied right from the Princeton Graphics support pages. (bless their hearts....'course it wasn't "real" easy to find; it was posted for a different monitor for a different problem... but it seems to work for different monitors... Mine's an LCD19D ... and no, it wasn't posted for my monitor either.)

Your EPROM needs to be reset. To accomplish this please
1) Power off the LCD
2) Unplug your VGA cable
3) Press the up arrow at the same time you power on the LCD monitor.
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6) Plug in your VGA cable
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--dadswank

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Your EPROM needs to be reset. To accomplish this please
1) Power off the LCD
2) Unplug your VGA cable
3) Press the up arrow at the same time you power on the LCD monitor.
4) You will see a message "RESET EPROM" 5) Power off the unit
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