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Wire a vga cable in backin

In the back of the monitor i nead to solder the cable from computer but dont know which colour wire goes to which pin no any one have a wire diagrame please

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In vga connector their are 15 pins .u have to solve this problem u have a digital meter to cheack contunity of the pins. if there is old wire is connected on crt board .first u cheack 0 omhs continutey to 1 pin to 15th pin. then u sold ur new cable

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

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