What kind of monitor for Visualize c180? - Hewlett Packard

This is a discussion on What kind of monitor for Visualize c180? - Hewlett Packard ; recently got a hp visualize c180 and sinced it has a 15-pin vga connector i promptly hooked it up to a regular monitor. Was i surprised! did'nt work, just got some crazy lines all over the screen. What kind of ...

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  1. What kind of monitor for Visualize c180?

    recently got a hp visualize c180 and sinced it has a 15-pin vga connector i
    promptly hooked it up to a regular monitor. Was i surprised! did'nt work,
    just got some crazy lines all over the screen. What kind of monitor or
    adapter do i need to get this to work with a regular monitor

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  2. Re: What kind of monitor for Visualize c180?

    stewart allen wrote:
    |recently got a hp visualize c180 and sinced it has a 15-pin vga connector i
    |promptly hooked it up to a regular monitor. Was i surprised! did'nt work,
    |just got some crazy lines all over the screen. What kind of monitor or
    |adapter do i need to get this to work with a regular monitor

    If you press the 'Tab' key while the system is booting you can get it
    to cycle through different monitor modes. It may find one that your
    monitor likes.

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    Mike Stroyan, mike.stroyan@hp.com

  3. Re: What kind of monitor for Visualize c180?

    thanks...it works

    "Mike Stroyan" wrote in message
    news:lrAIc.5685$bd.3625@news.cpqcorp.net...
    > stewart allen wrote:
    > |recently got a hp visualize c180 and sinced it has a 15-pin vga connector

    i
    > |promptly hooked it up to a regular monitor. Was i surprised! did'nt work,
    > |just got some crazy lines all over the screen. What kind of monitor or
    > |adapter do i need to get this to work with a regular monitor
    >
    > If you press the 'Tab' key while the system is booting you can get it
    > to cycle through different monitor modes. It may find one that your
    > monitor likes.
    >
    > --
    > Mike Stroyan, mike.stroyan@hp.com




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