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How is the power to the monitor supplied? via the computer or via an electrcally plug - I don't see were the connection is on the monitor

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The monitor should have come with two cords. One the power cable which will have an electrical plug on one end that is plugged into a wall jack and the other should be one like this.The other end of the electrical plug should plugin somewhere on the bottom of the monitor.

There is another cable that looks like this which is known as a vga cable. Your monitor may take a DVI connector which has a white end and is a larger plug. This will plugin to the monitor and will also plugin to your computer. The place it plugs into the monitor should also be on the bottom of the monitor.

These cables will only fit in one way so you really can't mess anything up. Also the cable between the monitor and the tower are interchangeable it doesn't matter which side you plugin either way will work.

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