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roebandit said: Well the thing is that I didn't buy a monitor with it so i have nothing that I can connect it too to show picture first. The monitor I already have, the plugs doesn't fit the back of the x51. Do I need specific converter to make it work on my 17 inch monitor?
roebandit said: The back of my tv has a dvi slot. The grpahic gtx 555. So I should get a dvi converter?
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Alienware-L_Porras said: roebandit said: The back of my tv has a dvi slot. The grpahic gtx 555. So I should get a dvi converter?
Hi Roe, my name is Luis and I work for Alienware, the onboard HDMI won't be able to stream video because it gets disabled due to the GTX 555, here's a link with this info, http://dell.to/LKZNGl . You can try either, getting a DVI to HDMI adapter, or you can use a DVI cable from the computer to the TV; the only thing that you need to be aware of is that if you need to use the HDMI you need to do the change on that article.
SkiRascal said: All he needs is an HDMI to DVI converter. (best choice) or an DVI to DVI, like I posted. I may not work for Dell or Alienware, but I have been working on computers for over 17 years. I think my advice is qualifying. Thanks.
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