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 on: May 20, 2019, 08:30:36 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by Dumoulin
Hello Jack,

Yes sorry DVI !!!
This is the adaptator you need ..... I think :)




Regards.

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 on: May 20, 2019, 08:27:59 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by MarkEAW
Jack those are DVI outputs (not HDMI) usally the card if new comes with the DVI to VGA adapter, but if you buy it used then perhaps you need to ask the seller if he has one laying around.


Also know that card requires a 500 watt power supply with Two available 6-pin PCIe power dongles.
https://www.evga.com/products/specs/gpu.aspx?pn=321997df-5e3d-4cd5-89f9-21307839592f

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 on: May 20, 2019, 08:02:39 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by JJMcGarvey
This one kept failing

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 on: May 20, 2019, 07:04:22 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by Dumoulin
Hello Jack,

Yes it's HDMI output on this Nvidia video card
So you need a adaptator socket HDMI to VGA
Very cheap  :D
Regards

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 on: May 20, 2019, 07:01:02 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by JJMcGarvey
Full view

 6 
 on: May 20, 2019, 06:45:18 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by JJMcGarvey
Hello Gentlemen,
Here are some views

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 on: May 20, 2019, 06:32:54 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by Dumoulin
Hello Jack,

Don't whory .. in the case of the video card output is not the same as the connection on your monitor ... you will be able (like me) to use a adaptator
Check on google
HDMI adaptator

Regards.

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 on: May 20, 2019, 05:59:56 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by MarkEAW
It could be what is called HDMI or a DisplayPort or something smaller.....

You have a link to the video card or model number or image?

 9 
 on: May 20, 2019, 04:32:09 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by JJMcGarvey
    I am starting to make progress with bringing my Win 10 system on line. I received the “WIN 10 for Dummies” book. I was able to change the desktop wallpaper to one that I was familiar with. It does not seem as alien now. I was able to install the WIN Office package and now I can work on Documents and Spreadsheets. I am transferring files and folders from the XP system to the Win 10 system. I was surprised that the Word menus formats are very differently displayed even though this is an old version of office. I am very grateful to Dumo and Mark for their suggestions and encouragement
I do have a question I was searching on Ebay for a new Video card, one that would be compatible with Win 10. The pictures of the cards show a connector that is very different from the ones on the monitors that I have. The ones that I am familiar with have been in use since the old DOS days. Does anyone have information on what is involved with this?

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 on: May 17, 2019, 08:10:43 PM 
Started by JJMcGarvey - Last post by MarkEAW
Thanks for the tip. It is still confusing, the terminology used is different and so are the procedures. I guess that it just amounts to having to deal with a harder learning curve. It helps to have my other computer sitting next to the windows 10 and I can do my research on a familure screen

While typing a reply to Mark, I had a blue screen crash. So much for the EAW CD theory.   Will give it a rest.

Your welcome.
Win10 is pretty awesome, but so wasn't win7 when I had it. The main beef I have with Win10 is its a little confusing to get to all the settings.
You can right click the start button to get to the control panel however. But settings are nested in other settings etc, making it difficult.
The interface needs work and its improved since win10 came out.

But the new interface "Settings" or "All settings" clickable options are available too on the far right bottom corner, you'll want to setup your privacy settings in there first.




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