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If no, I'd assume it is dead or incompatible with your motherboard (rare, but can happen). but it only has 2 DVI outputs. (yes I have tried both of them before you ask) So what exactly is the problem here? Also, I agree with the assumption that the monitor isn't liking the adapter. Loading...

chaimek1Jan 24, 2014, 3:14 AM RazerZ said: You need a DVI-D adapter not DVI-I ( short for DVI). The monitor I'm intending to get to work properly as the main monitor is the DGM monitor which has only a VGA in. Should I replace my monitor when buying a new computer? VGA, even in its highest resolution from SVGA, is only capable of an 800 x 600-pixel resolution.

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  • solved Will a DVI-A to VGA adapter work connected to an HDMI to DVI-D adapter connected to my graphics card.
  • From what you said, it should work.
  • i just had to go into the internal monitor settings and switch it to digital.
  • How do I handle this?
  • See More: DVI-I adapter giving no signal to VGA monitor Report • ✔ Best Answer OtheHill March 9, 2015 at 07:06:05 I believe both types of adapters are interchangeable but one

Hi, I was using a digital monitor at a studio I was working at the other day on my computer to get 2 displays. So... Computing.Net and Purch hereby disclaim all responsibility and liability for the content of Computing.Net and its accuracy. Dvi-d Adapter I have no idea how or why but that's really the only conclusion I'm drawing.

Just one? Active Dvi-d To Vga Converter What happens is the power LED at the bottom blinks every few seconds, leading up to the blink there's a very high pitched, faint (15/20KHz at least, way up there, typical chaimek1Jan 24, 2014, 3:25 AM COLGeek said: The monitor has 2 ports, a VGA port and a DVI port. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/320128-33-adapter-working Gamers Nexus 217,140 views 2:13 Testing a LG LED TV as a Monitor with HDMI and VGA Cables - Duration: 8:17.

Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... Dvi Vga No Signal Monitor Going Sleep Techquickie 2,030,136 views 5:26 Simple way to fix "no signal" problem showing in the monitor - Duration: 2:44. Also, make sure on the monitor, it is configured for analog or VGA. Loading...

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sorry im really new to this so could you explain that a bit more to me like what should i buy?

so i didn't. Dvi-d To Vga Adapter Not Working That said, are you certain the monitor died and not the graphics card/computer? Nvidia Dvi To Vga Adapter do this by using your buttons (menu, plus, minus, up, down, select etc ) Moore's Law : 4d Graph in Progress Back to top #3 Psycho Nomad Psycho Nomad Topic Starter

Well I'm currently at home and the PC is at the GYALDEMZZZ YARD! The cheapest thing to try (and a better picture to boot) is a DVI-D cable. I noticed that my Samsung B2030 had a DVI-D port in the back as well as the standard VGA input. Hardware ALL How-tos Win 10 Win 8 Win 7 Win XP Win Vista Win 95/98 Win NT Win Me Win 2000 Win 2012 Win 2008 Win 2003 Win 3.1 E-Home Office Dvi-d Dual Link To Vga Not Working

What am I missing here? If those holes are not present, the GPU itself is incapable of producing analog. Keep trying? join now!

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Techquickie 2,030,136 views 5:26 info on DVI cables - Duration: 7:08. well it wont turn on and makes a quiet static sound as it tries to start. Another possibility, if you have not wiped Windows and re-installed, is that the presets for the output are not compatible with your monitor. Sca-dvi-ana DVI is going away so if you have a DisplayPort, that's the way to go.

COLGeekJan 24, 2014, 3:29 AM chaimek1 said: COLGeek said: For the DVI port to be used on the monitor, it doesn't matter if connected to a DVI-I or DVI-D port on Then press the VGA cable into the adapter firmly and screw that in as well. then i got one for £10 works a dream with all the pins in place. RazerZJan 24, 2014, 3:20 AM Edit: Just saw your monitor has both DVI-D and VGA ports.