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Old 12-15-2007, 04:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Want to reimage, my montor is digital

I was going to wipe my hard drive, and re image windows, but as I tried, my monitor said it needed an analog connection. I can only see an image when i get to the windows startup screen...when it makes the pretty noises. I don't see anything before that.

My vid cards are the big connections. THey only have slots for the digital inputs. The old smaller plugs (which i am assuming are analog) don't even fit.

I can't see when it asks, if you want to boot from cd.... I guess all that start up is analog. what can I do so I can see what i am reimnaging
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