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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 11623 2-Feb-2007 15:49
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Hello ,
I bought a vga splitter so that i could hook both my lcd monitor and my lcd tv up to it.That way i wouldnt havet to keep unplugging and pluggine cables back in. The problem i am having is after hooking up splitter to the pc. I can have the lcd monitor hooked up but when i go to pllug the lcd tv into the other vga spot what happens is that the lcd monitor wont show anythign but the lcd tv does. i would think that they both should be able to work.. If anyone has any help on this please let me know...thanks again


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  Reply # 59704 3-Feb-2007 13:58
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Do you have anymore information on this splitter? A website or something?
So when you connect your tv and monitor, you only see picture on your tv?

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 59706 3-Feb-2007 15:26
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Here is where you can find out about this splitter.

And yes when i plug in splitter with both pc monitor and tv plugged into it only the tv displays anythgin until unplug the tv then the computer comes

ebay tem number: 250066560854

hope this info helps to help me



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  Reply # 59708 3-Feb-2007 16:21

this cable is probably wired with both DB-15 females parallel to the DB-15 male.

Your graphics card presumably expects one monitor and only one monitor to be connected to each of it's outputs (which is why some graphics cards multiple outputs), wiring two monitors onto one output is probably beyond the scope of design of the RGB V+H sync signal. But, this might work with two old CRTs.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 59719 4-Feb-2007 00:24
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I have the splitter hooked into maine vga monitor port not my graphics card.. So this should just slpit the signal to each of the lines i put into just like when hooking up more than 1 audio souce like speakers and headphones. but then who knows. thanks for the help...hopefully i can figure somethign out..

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