Hiya To cut a long story short, I've got a 25M VGA cable that i'm using to connect my computer in the loft to my plasma in the lounge below. I buried the wire under the floorboards a while ago along with other cables but unfortunately had to cut one of the ends off it because the holes used to feed the cables were not big enough. Anyway, when I tried to solder the end back on I realised I didn't allow enough wire on the head to do the soldering so had to chuck it away and use another piece of VGA cable. The trouble is I've worked out which of the internal wires go to which pin on the new 'end' by taking apart that wire, but on the 25M length I can't tell because I through away the end (duh!) and I don't want to cut up the other end to check. The two cables don't have matching wire colour co-ordination which is the problem, otherwise it would be easy. My question is....how can I find out which wire relates to which pin?? Three of the wires are obvious (large Red, Green & blue) but the trouble is with the 6 or so thinner ones, and the fact that one of the VGA cables has one less of the thinner wires than the other. Any help would be marvellous!!