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I tried connecting the 2 year old Mini to my Panasonic 3D television to use it as a monitor.
I use the VGA PC port on the TV with a VGA lead and an adaptor to the little port next to the ethernet on the Mini.
The picture came up stretched.
When I tried to alter the resolution in the usual way I could not change it,there was no choice of resolutions offered to my surprise.
Can anyone help please?
I am not experienced technically.
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Thank you but I am using Snow Leopard.
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