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    macbook 2.0ghz santa rosa
    iMac as external monitor
    I have a macbook and am thinking of getting an Imac, can I use my Imac as an external monitor for my macbook?

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    Quote Originally Posted by czarthp View Post
    I have a MacBook and am thinking of getting an iMac, can I use my iMac as an external monitor for my MacBook?
    No, you can't.
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    You cant because how are you going to get a whole operating system thats on your imac to run as an external monitor? hehe. If you really want to though you can hook up your laptop to a CINEMA HD (30 inch) but i think you need a titanium laptop....:S

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