06-14-2012 10:25 AM
You will get specific adapters for connecting VGA monitors to DVI-D port on the computer. Just have to check for them at local stores like Best buy, staples etc...
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06-14-2012 07:21 PM
You can't directly connect a DVI-D (digital) output to a VGA (analog) input. None of the inexpensive so-called passive adapters will work either. The only way to make the transition is to use an active converter. These converters can easily run $200 - $300 and may not provide you with the best picture quality. Two that I know of are;
You may be able to search the internet for alternate vendors/retailers or other solutions. To be perfectly honest, you would be better served by a new DVI-D compatible monitor or a new video card with HDMI/DVI/VGA outputs.
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