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mini - Display problem with Mac Mini


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Hi.
I just bought a Mac Mini (1.83 GHz 512/80/SD) and upgraded the RAM to 2 Gb.
It starts up (the led is on), but the display I normally use with my Mac Pro is in standby and won't turn on. I tried to disconnect it and then restart everything, but it doesn't help.
Somebody told me it could me the memory upgrade.
Can you please help?
Thanks!
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