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Monitor won't work with new computer

I have HP Pavilion monitors mx70 and f1703 - neither will work with my new HP dx7400 SFF computer but both work fine with my pavilion 720a why ? Do I need to buy another monitor ? if so what should I be looking for ? I have put the wrong product in the box below - mine wasn't listed.

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  • karen999 Jul 14, 2008

    Thanks for your suggestion, however there is only one monitor connection present.

  • karen999 Oct 16, 2008

    Turns out Etherelean was correct and all I needed was an adaptor to connect the f1703 to the second monitor plug. Thanks !

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U need to get a newer monitor!!!!!

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

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The computer in question has two graphics cards in it. A GEForce 8400GS Graphics card and an onboard graphics card. It could be possible you are plugging the monitor cable into the wrong graphics card slot. The onboard graphics card slot may be a different color than the GEForce graphics card slot. Check the back of the computer to see if there is another spot to plug in the monitor.

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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