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Help with hookup

Hi, I just got a new P.C. and the monitor cable is larger than the hookup on the computer. Can I put a male 9+1 DVI into a 24+1 DVI adaptor? I have looked everywhere and can`t find a 9+1. Thank you for any help, I appreciate it!

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Clarification Request
Can't find a 9+1

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Monitor

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Is a Samsung SyncMaster B2330

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18 pin

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I`m sorry, I miss typed it is an 18 pin!

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So is it a DVI-D?

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And please don't make me work hard. I can't tell if that's on the display or the (what?) video card?

http://www.samsung.com/us/support/owners/product/B2330 appears to show the standard VGA D-SUB and a DVI-D connection. Any DVI-D cable should suffice IF YOUR VIDEO CARD supports that.

There is no need to convert DVI-D to anything else. Just use the DVI-D to DVI-D cable.
Bob

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Thank you

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I`m truly sorry, I didn`t mean to make you work Happy
Thank you for the advice, I truly appreciate it and from web page reference you sent I gather that I can plug my 18+1 into a 24+1
Thank you again from this computer illiterate granny Happy

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No problem.

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It's a shame the seller was unable to answer this one. Wish I had more detail because there was a rare video card that didn't do DVI-D but any modern one should be fine.
Bob

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