I recently bought several Dell Optiplex GX620 computers online for repair. I usually do a thorough review of what I am getting but this was a cheap deal on a big lot and a few things slipped by me. For one it takes a special power cord that I can't find for less than $17.00 and there were none with the lot. I ordered one to test them with for now.but that is not my main problem but if anyone knows where I can get those DA-2 adapter power cords any cheaper please let me know where. My main problem is that these are the small form factor cases so they have no card slots. I am dependent upon the motherboard options only. So here is my problem: the only connector for a monitor on the back of the computer is for a DVI-D which would be great if I had monitors with those connections. The only connections I have on my monitors are the VGA. I bought some adapters from e-bay that were supposed to convert the DVI port to the VGA which the connector did but I have no screen using this adapter and I am thinking that I was cheated. Can this even be done this way? I have always just changed the video card but this computer has no way I can see to do that, it is all in the motherboard. Does anyone know what I can do here? I put a fresh install of io xp pro on several of then since that is what they came with. They only have pentium 4's with hyperthreading 3.0 and 3.2 single core processors and I didn't think windows 7 would help any. If anyone knows what I can do to use these VGA monitors please tell me because without being able to put a video card in it I am lost. sincerely cableman.