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The monitor won't work with my computer. It says the input to the display is analog. I need a VGA adapter. What do you think. It's a ViewSonic VE700 monitor.

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First I would double check in your big box of computer junk look for one of these. that is if your computer has dvi output. Then you should be able to connect to your VE700 with a standard VGA cable, with the Blue ends.The monitor won't work with - 8ff5302.jpg

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