Digital computer monitors with DVI-D I have several questions for computer monitor experts on this forum. I tried to figure out this stuff by myself but I simply don't have enough knowledge and information on this topic. My questions are: 1. How does the signal flowing from the computer through the DVI-D cable to the monitor look like? And... 2. What information does this signal carry and what happens with the signal when the signal reaches the DVI-D female connector and gets inside the monitor? 3. From the DVI-D signal, how does the computer monitor know the position of each and every pixel and what color to give each one? I understand from what I read on the net that there are two drivers, one is a row driver and the other is a column driver which activate the rows and column grid when a video signal is fed into these drivers. But how is the signal fed into the drivers and from the signal, how exactly do the LCD drivers know how and which columns and rows to turn on?