|I see what you mean. |
"The normal DVI plugs have 3 rows of pins. This plug has 2 rows of 16. see picture on link. the photo is tilted a bit, but you can see the 2 rows of 16. Also the Monitor has no separate power supply (no power cord to plug into wall outlet) The notches on the sides must be for the power."
(the port on the computer:)
I couldn't find any ready made adapter for converting that to a standard DVI/standard power connection.
Theoretically it could be retrofitted if you're handy and if you can find the pinouts and what they are connected to - that info may be in the manual for the computer, and/or in the monitor specs.
You could then chop off the existing monitor connector and connect a standared DVI connector, and a standard power cord.
Or if you don't need to use the computer it was connected to anymore and still have it, remove the port on the computer and wire it up to a standared DVI connector, and a standard power cord.
Or you could contact one of the many places on the web that supply cables and adapters and see if it's inexpensive enough for them to make you (a) custom cable(s).