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Can I run a separate screen on my 2 cor duo iMac 24in (the plastic one)!!

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Yea, you just need to get a mini-DVI adapter. You can either get a mini-DVI to VGA or mini-DVI to DVI connector, depending on what the second screen supports. The adapter is pretty cheap, around $17-$20


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