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Originally Posted by why2not /forum/post/0
I'm sure you can get some sort of converter. However, the issues you might run into are text display and static image burn in.
Originally Posted by danny7481 /forum/post/0
can i buy a video card with a DVI output and hook it up DVI to HDMI? wil that work? thanks.
Originally Posted by Plasmacat /forum/post/0
my old Dell Inspiron has a "video connector" and an S-video port. The manual says the s-video is for connection to TV and the video is for an external monitor.
Originally Posted by stripe /forum/post/0
One piece of advice: don't buy a "VGA to component" cable. These cables are not compatible with computer monitor ports or Y/Cr/Cb video. They are meant to connect HDTV satellite/cable receivers to the RGB inputs (VGA connectors) on your HDTV.
Originally Posted by Cholerabob /forum/post/0
I have my 7UY connected DVI (PC 8800 GTX vid card) to VGA and it works fine. Like said before tho, be careful with static images.