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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

Please help this tired, non-computer minded mac noob with video adaptation


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Hey guys

I just got a shiny new macbook pro and i want to connect it to my TV
So i looked at the adapters, ordered the "composite" adapater, got an s-video cable and big TV and then ground to a halt as a realised i can't connect because i bought a connector for a macbook air
I have learned now that i need a ThunderBolt connector
But i can't find any that have this
Apple Micro-DVI to Video Adapter - Apple Store (UK)
on the female end but a ThunderBolt on the male end
Can someone puh-leeeeeze assist as i am going rather barmy over this
Thankyou
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We actually have an entire thread dedicated to Connecting your Mac to your TV. You will want to read the first page before posting any further questions in that thread.

HTH

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Reminder: Please include your Mac's specs. This will make it much easier for the other members to assist you.
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Cheers dudeski, will post in the right place now
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