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Correct size of cable for SVGA monitor

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I was donated a Gateway EV 910 monitor, a 19 inch model. I'm upgrading from a NEC 17 inch.

I was given an HD 15, m/m, 30V cable to use and have been advised it will work all right between the Gateway monitor and my CPU.

However, I noticed that the NEC has "150 V" written on the permanently attached cable, which makes me think that the 30V cable input cable is really not what I should be using.

I could use some help with this.

Also, if anyone is still reading, I had a flash drive suddenly drain of all memory recently, destroying about a month of notes that I'd stored. I wondered if this was a viral attack through the Internet or a problem with the flash drive itself.

Would appreciate all advice

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