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Without seeing your make or model on you monitor it is difficult to give you any advice. But with that said.. If your monitor is a flat screen there is a power cord that plugs into the wall the cord is connected to a small box (power converter) out of the box is a small connector that goes into your monitor. It is small and you may have to turn you Monitor over to see exactly where it connects.
Your computer will work whether or not you have Internet service.
You cannot use a VGA cord to power a monitor. That is the cord that connects the monitor to the computer and is not the power cord. Almost all monitors use the exact same 3 prong power cord. Any computer shop will have a used one on hand.
I purchased a HP Pavillion Slimline computer that was accompanied by and HP flat screen monitor: HPw1858. My problem is that the power cord is missing. Can you help me locate somewhere I can purchase this cord?