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LGriz
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Connecting a Wacom Cintiq (Dvi-D Single-Link) to an Envy 23 TouchSmart

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Envy 23 TouchSmart
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I was just given a Wacom Cintiq 22HD Interactive Pen Display. It requires that two wires be connected for proper use. One is a USB, check. The other is a Dvi-D Single-link (the type with two squares of 9 pins and a horizontal pin) male connector. The computer only has USB ports on the back. Can I add a video card to an all-in-one computer? or what other idea do you have??

 

Warm regards,

Laurie

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@LGriz 

 

No, you can't add a video card to your machine. Please use the following one

 

        https://www.jaycar.com.au/usb-to-dvi-adaptor/p/XC4879

 

There are many different models/brands around, may be cheaper too.

 

Regards.

BH
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