Question about Gateway 19" Widescreen Flat Panel TFT LCD HD Monitor
You will have two plugs coming from your monitor
One will have a blue plug that looks a little different, the other one will have a regular plug which can be plugged into your power surge or into a wall outlet.
The blue one will match up with a port on your tower. If you look on the back of the tower where all of the plugs go you will see one that looks similar but is opposite to the one coming from the monitor. Make sure you turn it to fit then screw it in and you should be good to go
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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