I'm working on a project in which I need to modify a desktop LCD monitor. As part of doing this I need to extend a cable inside the monitor. The problem is I want to avoid cutting into the cable and ending up with a bunch of little wires I'd have to either crimp or solder. So, the idea I had was to find some connectors that are compatible to the connectors that are already on the cable that needs extending and then I can make an extension cable. But I can't find these connectors for the life of me. I included some pictures of the cable in question. There are two female connectors on the cable (one at each end...duh). There is a lighter colored connector and a black connector. The black connector is a rectangular connector with 2 rows of 16 conductors at a .075" (1.91 mm) pitch. It mates to 2 pin strip headers soldered into a board inside the monitor. The lighter colored connector is also a rectangular connector but is only a single row of 20 conductors spaced at .05" (as best as I can tell). I also need to buy some breakaway pin strip headers with a .075" spacing that I can't find. Can someone please help me find these connectors or at least point me in the right direction? I'm desperate here. Thanks.