Question about Computers & Internet
Your computer and monitor will both have power cables.
Your monitor will have a cable with a blue end on it. This is your video cable.
Connect one end of that cable to your monitor. It will only fit in one spot.
Connect the other end to your video card or on board video, again it will be a blue port and only fit in one spot.
That will be all you need to do in order to get video.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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