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mini - Formatting Mini


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Okay, Got the mini.

The displays a little jaggy at some points (MS Word looks weird) maybe cause I use a PC monitor?

I have the OSX Tiger CD, how do I go about formatting and reinstalling the OS?

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Okay, Got the mini.

The displays a little jaggy at some points (MS Word looks weird) maybe cause I use a PC monitor?

a monitor is a monitor no matter if it came with a PC or with a mac
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Ok so the slight Jaggyness is normal (I find this happens with Linux too).

What about the formatting? I'm going to get in contact with a local apple centre regarding the wireless.
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make sure your using the right resolution and the right HZ.
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Ok no prob.

No help with the formatting?
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