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Please contact the NDSU Help Desk @ 701.231.8685 Option 1

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Computer Order Form

Please use our computer order form to request equipment that is NOT a part of the annual Extension equipment orders or the county cost-share program.

Software Request Form

Please use our software request form to place software orders ONLY if you do not have a departmental software contact.  You can find out who your software contact is via the NDSU Departmental Software Contact list.

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Connecting Your Computer Cables

There are a variety of cables that connect to your computer.  Here is a breakdown of where to connect your cables to the new desktops and notebook docking stations.  Note that older monitors that use the DVI (white end) or VGA (blue end) video cables may require an adapter to connect to new computers.
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Common Connectors

USB - Commonly used to connect keyboards, mice and webcams.

 

Display Port (D-Port) - Video cable standard currently in use on new computers.  Similar to, but not the same as HDMI.
Display Port

 

Ethernet (Network) Cable - Looks like an oversized phone cord, may be marked with its industry type (Cat5e).
ethernet

 

 

HP Desktop Connectors

elitedesk 800 back ports

 

HP Notebook SlimDock Connectors

elitebook dock ports

 

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