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I have star vision 10" car tv monitor it need the male cable for the female onne with the pins to go into

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You just need to make sure you get the correct type of adapter and make sure the ends that plug into the computer are correct such as male or female. For example think of the human male and female body parts when you look at adapters. The vga port on the computer is called a Female port, but the piece that plugs into it is called Male. It's the same with DVI ports.

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Without knowing what Model Number of MAC G4 you're referring to, I can only give you generic information.

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The VGA end of the adapter will be either male, or female. Most VGA connectors on a monitor cable have a male VGA end.

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Also stated as the monitor cable end will be a DVI male. The port {Connection} on the computer is a VGA female)

Example of a DVI male to VGA female adapter,

http://sewelldirect.com/dviaftovgam.asp

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If you should find all of this confusing, simply state in a Comment as to what connector is on the end of the monitor cable, and what connector is at the computer.

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