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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by CpuNeeeeewb, Mar 25, 2012.

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  1. CpuNeeeeewb

    CpuNeeeeewb Thread Starter

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    Will a Cornea mp704 monitor work with an hp dc5850 desktop computer with amd athlon 64 X2 processor 2GB memory and a 160 GB hard drive? The monitor has a 15 pin analog video connector. Will this monitor work with this desktop?
     
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  3. buff3r0vrfl0w

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    If your desktop has a VGA port (15 pin blue port shaped like the letter "D", on the back where all the ports are located) then yes..
     
  4. CpuNeeeeewb

    CpuNeeeeewb Thread Starter

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    It has an oval shaped blue port
     
  5. CpuNeeeeewb

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    It also has a purple elongated oval shape port
     
  6. CpuNeeeeewb

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    Answer me this will any hp monitor work with my hp desktop ?
     
  7. DoubleHelix

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    No.

    The monitor has to have the same connection type as the computer. Look at the computer and determine what connections it has. I've never seen any kind of oval-shaped port on a computer. A picture would be interesting. I'm sure it has VGA.
     
  8. TheShooter93

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    The Cornea mp704 monitor only has a 15-pin analog VGA input.

    The hp dc5850 has 1 15-pin analog VGA input. Yes, the monitor will work on your computer.

    Below is a picture of what a VGA port on your computer looks like:

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