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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
According to all the specifications on the web that has built in power. You should just need a standard PC power cable.
Maybe the SN on the monitor would help to locate what you need.
Posted on Oct 10, 2007
SOURCE: broken power port (dc jack)
Whenever I replace dc jacks, MAJORITY of the time the entire computer needs to be taken apart down to the motherboard.
Usually I just remove every screw that I see and then carefully start to pry pieces off the laptop. Don't force anything though, everything should come apart with minimal effort, as long as the screws are out.
If you're going to attempt this repair yourself you're gonna need to set aside about two hours to complete it.
a soldering gun
Make sure you have a big, flat, clean workspace to work on.
If you have a camera it might help to take pictures along the way. At the very least keep track of where the screws go.
I usually separate them into two categories: outside the laptop and inside the laptop.
It's not the easiest thing to repair for the home user but you can do it if you've got the patience.
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Posted on Mar 04, 2009
SOURCE: LCD monitor runs on 220V
Your question: "LCD monitor runs on 220V 50 Hz power line. Inside the box is the power converted to 12/5V DC?"
Only in a few that have an adapater . If there is no adapter between the mains and monitor then no.
"LCD monitor has vga port. Inside the box is there a vga to LVDS converter?"
Please explain what is this box that you are talking about.
"LCD monitor has vga port. Inside the box is there a vga to LVDS converter?How an lcd monitor (easily available in the market having vga port) can be use with LVDS out of the mother board? "
Well most motherboards have a DVI or VGA port for output. LVDS cable is the one they use in laptops to connect the GPU(graphics processing unit) or graphics card to the LCD. Unless you are using a laptop monitor as a screen I don't think you need an LVDS cable. Desktop motherboards do not have an LVDS port as far as I know.
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
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