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(Replaced pin to pin cable diagram with the version posted by Penium in http://forums.nekochan.net/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=16730298 and http://forums.nekochan.net/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=16725104)
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VGA                          13W3
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      13W3                                         VGA
1 ----------------------------R
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1 (Monitor Type 3) ------------------------- 15 (ID Bit 3)
2-----------------------------G
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2 (Monitor Type 0) ------------------------- 11 (ID Bit 0)
3-----------------------------B
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3 (Composite Sync) ------------------------- N/C
4-----------------------------7
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4 (Horiz. Sync) ---------------------------- 13 (Horiz. Sync)
5-----------------------------8 (it's ground, so wherever)
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5 (Vert. Sync) ----------------------------- 14 (Vert. Sync)
6-----------------------------R shield
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6 (Monitor Type 1) ------------------------- 12 (ID Bit 1)
7-----------------------------G shield
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7 (Monitor Type 2 -------------------------- 4 (ID Bit 2)
8-----------------------------B shield
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8 (Ground) --------------------------------- 6 (Red Shield)
9-----------------------------NOT USED (key)
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9 (Ground)---------------------------------- 7 (Green Shield)
10---------------------------10
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10 (Ground) -------------------------------- 8 (Blue Shield)
11---------------------------2
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A1 (Red) ----------------------------------- 1 (Red)
12---------------------------6
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A2 (Green) --------------------------------- 2 (Green)
13---------------------------3
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A3 (Blue) ---------------------------------- 3 (Blue)
14---------------------------5
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9 (Ground)* -------------------------------- 5 (Ground)
15---------------------------1
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N/C ---------------------------------------- 9 (KEY/DDC +5v)
 
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*All grounds are common, so it doesn't matter if you use pin 8, 9 or 10.
 
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Revision as of 06:04, 26 February 2016

Take a VGA internal extension cable you sometimes find in Compaqs or DELLs and the like.

IndyHackedBoard.jpg

Solder the cable as shown with this pin out.

      13W3                                         VGA
1 (Monitor Type 3) ------------------------- 15 (ID Bit 3)
2 (Monitor Type 0) ------------------------- 11 (ID Bit 0)
3 (Composite Sync) ------------------------- N/C
4 (Horiz. Sync) ---------------------------- 13 (Horiz. Sync)
5 (Vert. Sync) ----------------------------- 14 (Vert. Sync)
6 (Monitor Type 1) ------------------------- 12 (ID Bit 1)
7 (Monitor Type 2 -------------------------- 4 (ID Bit 2)
8 (Ground) --------------------------------- 6 (Red Shield)
9 (Ground)---------------------------------- 7 (Green Shield)
10 (Ground) -------------------------------- 8 (Blue Shield)
A1 (Red) ----------------------------------- 1 (Red)
A2 (Green) --------------------------------- 2 (Green)
A3 (Blue) ---------------------------------- 3 (Blue)
9 (Ground)* -------------------------------- 5 (Ground)
N/C ---------------------------------------- 9 (KEY/DDC +5v)

*All grounds are common, so it doesn't matter if you use pin 8, 9 or 10.


VGA-extender-Indy.jpg Indy-VGA-in-place.jpg Indy-VGA-external.jpg Indy-on-VGA-display.jpg


Courtesy of Forum user "Pentium"

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