LCD monitor PCI video card support?

Hello, I purchased an AOC LCD monitor to replace my old CRT one for my computer. I found out my old ancient Geforce MX4000 PCI video card won't support it though. I am lost because it had the same kind of cable connection VGA I believe that my old monitor has. Is there any LCD monitor I can buy that will support my old card or do I have to upgrade to a whole new machine if I want to use a flat screen. I don't know enough about LCDs, help!

Update:

To describe it better when I turn the screen on it just says "Input not support" I can't upgrade the video card because the computer is old and I have the best PCI card it'll take otherwise I have to get a new mother board and if I have to go that route I'd just get a whole new computer.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
    Best Answer

    What do you mean it doesn't support the LCD screen? Explain.

    I would say try updating your GeForce drivers. But for best results, a video card upgrade would be recommended. You can get a decent one for like, $40.

  • 3 years ago

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