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I have 9 wire of different color like White, Grey, Black, Violet, Blue, Green, Red, orange and Yellow. I dont know how to connect.

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closed as not a real question by Daniel Andersson, slhck, Renan, 8088, Dennis Aug 1 '12 at 2:42

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Your questions not the clearest TBH, maybe look at making it clearer by adding more information. I'm not quite sure exactly what you're trying to do. If its simply connecting a VGA connector then you will find a VGA wiring diagram here

Picture included for completeness:

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I would not rely on the colour of the wires. Each manufacturer may have used a different colour code. However, if you know what each wire "does", the German Wikipedia article has a VGA pinout. Translating from that article:

  1. Red
  2. Green
  3. Blue
  4. ID2
  5. Ground for DDC
  6. Ground for red
  7. Ground for green
  8. Ground for blue
  9. n/c
  10. Ground for sync
  11. ID0
  12. ID1 or DDC data
  13. Horizontal sync
  14. Vertical sync
  15. DDC clock

The numbers relate to this picture from Wikimedia Commons, but should also be printed on your connector:

VGA connector pinout from Wikimedia Commons

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