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USB-VGA is going to be much more unreliable in any situation since it requires a special adapter. USB traditionally isn't even used for Video and is strictly a Data connection. I'd stick with HDMI-VGA. Even then, make sure you are aware that VGA will not carry audio and you will not have sound. You will need a separate 1/8" Phono cable (AUX cable) to carry ...


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https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cb/DVI_Connector_Types-r.svg You would want a DVI-I(Single Link/Dual Link)/DVI-A to VGA: DVI-D(Single Link/Dual Link) to VGA adapter will do unnecessary digital/analog singal conversion; since your Matrox device has a DVI-I port, it means that it can output analog signal directly. Whether the adapter is ...


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There are a lot of different types because there are a lot of different DVI types. DVI-D, DVI-I to name a few. Some DVI types have 4 pins on the left side near the -. They are analog signals, and the Sub-D (VGA) connector links to just those pins. Some connectors don't have them, then the signal is internally linked to a digital signal. It is up to the ...


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There has been (which was starting when this question was written but has become even more so in the years since) a trend in PC hardware design away from 3.3V and 5V and towards 12V. The modern low voltage (often less than 1V) electronics can only practically be supplied by point of load converters and it's more efficient to run those power converters off a ...


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You need to check that your TV has an HDMI port - which it should and you want a VGA to HDMI converter (possibly with an HDMI-HDMI cable). Something like this should work.


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This is a quick trick, maybe it will help: http://www.dopsys.com/appnotes/Assigning%20COM%20Port%20Numbers%20to%20the%20Serial%20Ports%20of%20a%20USB-to-Serial%20Adapter.pdf Note: This is a download link. Clicking on it will immediately download an 8 page PDF file.


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I have finally found a solution...i have downloaded program called Process monitor https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/processmonitor.aspx And tried to find which process creates the file tap0901.sys And there it was... in C:\Windows\Temp i had some kind of mallware that had a script for creating these damn TAP9 adapters...i deleted it and ...


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I'd change the monitor, it can be done but only with an active adapter (that is, hdmi output to a display port input) Looking around, these adapters seem to be quite expensive (>$100 USD), and being active conversation I wouldn't guarantee you'd get all your monitors functionality. Note that you can't use a cheaper DP output to HDMI input adapter, as DP to ...


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With regard to transfer speeds, USB-C has no effect. USB-C is distinct and separate from USB 3.1/3/2/1.1 and your transfer speeds are determined solely by the capabilities of the devices communicating at either end. A cable from USB-A male to USB-C male and a USB-C female to USB-micro male adapter This configuration is not permitted by the USB ...



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