I got a Sony Vaio " PCVA-15XA2" 17" LCD Monitor as a gift, but it doesn't fit to my PC which is Sony PCV-7752. Is that any way (such as website I can look up) that I could get the Monitor Cable switcher?
I am workin on converting one myself, I have two and as soon as I get it working I will post this wire to wire convert.
I will tell you this much, 32pins, 9 of which run the usb and monitor/key out on the base, 4 are commons, there are 4 double wired that run the lcd, and the rest are backlight and v/h hold and speaker(which is one of the other double wired). Lots of fun so be prepared. You will need to go and look up the pinout for a standard 15pin monitor, and possibly a usb(for power).
I was hoping tha some one else would pick this up but as they haven't - here goes. Up until recently PCs had an analogue monitor output with a plug and socket arrangement that dates back to the IBM PS/2 VGA standard. There is now a digital standard too more suited to attaching solid state monitors. (Otherwise you do two conversions.) This means that it is not just a matter of the right plug.
The only reason that I can think of that you have different plugs is because one device is digital and the other analogue. If the PC output is digital you can get dongles that will do the conversion to analogue. Not sure about the the other way round.
BTW. Hvae you tried Sony's website to get the specs of the boxes?