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Help using a VGA monitor with a DVI-D port on computer

Q: Help using a VGA monitor with a DVI-D port on computer

I recently bought several Dell Optiplex GX computers online for repair I usually do a thorough review of what I am getting but this was a a with VGA Help DVI-D on port computer monitor using a cheap deal on a big lot and a few things slipped by me For one it takes a special power cord that I can t find for less than and there were none Help using a VGA monitor with a DVI-D port on computer with the lot I ordered one to test them with for now but that is not my main problem but if anyone knows where I can get those DA- adapter power cords any cheaper please let me know where My main problem is that these are the small form factor cases so they have no card slots I am dependent upon the motherboard options only So here is my problem the only connector for a monitor on the back of the computer is for a DVI-D which would be great if I had monitors with those connections The only connections I have on my monitors are the VGA I bought some adapters from e-bay that were supposed to convert the DVI port to the VGA which the connector did but I have no screen using this adapter and I am thinking that I was cheated Can this even be done this way I have always just changed the video card but this computer has no way I can see to do that it is all in the motherboard Does anyone know what I can do here I put a fresh install of io xp pro on several of then since that is what they came with They only have pentium s with hyperthreading and single core processors and I didn t think windows would help any If anyone knows what I can do to use these VGA monitors please tell me because without being able to put a video card in it I am lost sincerely cableman nbsp

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A: Help using a VGA monitor with a DVI-D port on computer

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As to the DVI to D-Sub you did the right thing in buying an adapter. It should work period. Did you get the joblot from eBay? Was it sold as untested? Are the PCs even powering on? Maybe there are issues with memory/cpu/motherboard....

Yes you have to be very careful when upgrading the CPUs for this unit as they follow a narrower roadmap. Top line CPU would appear to be a Pentium D3.4Ghz which worked in a GX620 usff with bios revision A11.

Good luck!
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A:computer tower port workin .no picture on the monitor and key board not wo

Can you see the POST screen to enter back into the BIOS? You may need to go back in with the manual for the PC and make sure everything is properly set. If you used F2 to enter the BIOS, it should work, but you will need to make sure the display setting is supported. If you disable on board video, you will need to get a stand a lone video card to make the change.
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A:DVI port on monitor is stuck res of 640x480 VGA port works fine

Never mind!!!!


Force DVI/HDMI resolutions and refresh rates
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A:VGA monitor with DVI-D port?

You can use an adapter to go from DVI to VGA, and I think I've seen several people on here talk about using them exactly like you mentioned.
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A:port monitor program

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A:Monitor Port broken?

Those little nuts actually screw into the card, and let the cable screw into it.
If you had any old computer card laying around with one, you could use a small pair of pliers to remove it.
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A:VGA monitor, but HDMI port

I think,as your 2nd monitor is not hdmi compatable then your hdmi out form your computer may not give hi def capabilities.
You can get a converter transcoder here that might do the trick. Could be right for your situation.
Please hang around here and see if anyone else can chip in with suggestions.
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A:DVI adapter does not fit in DVI port on monitor

It sounds like you are trying to connect DVI-D to DVI-I
Take a look at this wiki page and under "Connectors" you will see the various layouts.
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A:monitor port issue

May need more info, as in, by two ports do you mean there is a video card and a port on the motherboard?

If so the one on the motherboard should be disabled and if it is, and thats the one that you say doesnt work, you should be using the video card.

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A:Laptop Monitor Out Port

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A:Port monitor files

Port monitor files? What's the "USB Monitor"?
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A:Monitor display problem on VGA port

Does an extended desktop work, or does it do the same?
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A:Dual Monitor DVI port problem

Not sure with Nvidia cards but with ATI/AMD cards, when you use the HDMI port, you loose one of the DVI ports, since they are the same except sound from the HDMI. As to which DVI port is port 1 and port 2, I'm not sure. Does your TV have a HDMI port? If so, go HDMI to HDMI to GPU for the TV and then go DVI to DVI for the monitor. Then trail and error as to which DVI port is 1 and 2 on the GPU.
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A:Can I connect monitor to serial port?

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Do you know for sure the video is ported through the Thunderbolt connector?

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A:How to have my All-in-One Recognize External Monitor (via HDMI Port)

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A:How to connect additional DVI monitor to HDMI port

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A:Blue Monitor Port Not Working Correctly

kwabou said:

Whenever a monitor is plugged in to the blue (normal) monitor port it doesn't display anything however the computer recognizes that it's there.Click to expand...

When do you plug in the monitors? Before booting, after booting or in Windows?

Does it display anything if you plug it in before you start your computer?

You may need to fiddle with the Catalyst Control Center to get any picture from both connectors. I remember when I had similar problems with my work laptop and an external monitor, I solved them by uninstalling CCC and setting the monitors the "old-fashioned way", like in Win9x, from Control Panel's display settings.
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A:What service/process is used to connect to an external monitor/TV through DVI port?

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See this: All About DVI

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A:Display port flicker on Dell U2311H monitor


I happen to see this thread when searching for solution for the same problem. I am using 3 monitor display setup, using U2311H connected with displayport to HD 5770 graphic card and 2 samsung 940b monitor connected with DVI to the same HD 5770 graphic card.

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adbarnes, have you discovered how to solve the flicker problem?

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First of all, Free up the startup. Windows does not need any other program to auto start with it, but the auto start programs often conflicts and causes various problems including BSODs. Otherwise, stop 9x9F cannot be successfully prevented.
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BugCheck 9F, {3, fffffa80113cba00, fffff80000ba2748, fffffa8013a14010}

Probably caused by : usbccgp.sys

Followup: MachineOwner

>[ 16, 2] 0 e1 fffffa80113cba00 00000000 fffff88004051fd4-fffffa8011558340 Success Error Cancel pending
\Driver\usbccgp ks!CKsDevice::CompleteDevicePowerIrp
Args: 00000000 00000001 00000001 00000000
[ 16, 2] 0 1 fffffa801148b6c0 00000000 00000000-00000000 pending
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[ 16, 2] 0 e1 fffffa8011479630 00000000 00000000-00000000 pending
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One alternative is to take out the hard drive hook it up using a USB to (I assume it is SATA) to SATA drive gadget and view it as an external drive. If it is an IDE one the gadget will still do it. See pic.
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A:Computer turns on, but monitor blank...(Not a monitor problem though)

I should also mention I finally did manage to get through a system restore, to about a week ago, and I still managed to experience the same monitor / freezing problem.
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A:Computer turns on, but monitor blank...(Not a monitor problem though)

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A:HELP Computer blocked from port scanning

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Hi @IPOnUrWiFi,I hope you enjoy your visit to the HP Support Forums. I understand you are having an issue with the HDMI port. I will be glad to help you.Please post the full product number and operating system in use on your computer. See the following, if you need help with that information.How Do I Find My Model Number or Product Number?Is the Windows Version on My Computer 32-bit or 64-bit? Please get back to me and I will help you.
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A:Computer trying to send data on port 137

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