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Author: Topic: Dual screen setup

Posted: Mon, 11 Dec 2006 07:34PM
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Hi Guys n gals!

I've got a G5 but with two slightly different monitor contections ont back like. Just bought another identical monitor (17" Studio Display) and found it don't fit second connection. Is there an adaptor that exists to help me with this problem? I've searched everywhere and can only find these dvi to vga adaptors which aint what I'm after. Any ideas people? Would hate to have to sell it on eBay as I need two screens for editing and I'll probably only get £10 for it.


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Author: Topic: Re: Dual screen setup

Posted: Tue, 12 Dec 2006 12:16AM
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have you tried the apple store?

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Author: Topic: Re: Dual screen setup

Posted: Wed, 17 Jan 2007 09:06PM
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The apple store sell a whole range of different video adapters
each around £15. I doubt you'd find them anywhere else.

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