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

Help with my PBG4

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SHROOM of doom
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Can someone tell me exactly what i need to connect my Powerbook G4 to an external CRT monitor? thanks alot
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If it is a new 12 inch powerbook then it should include a mini-dvi to VGA adaptor wich would allow you to connect the crt. if you have a 15 or 17 inch it includes the DVI to VGA adaptor which connects to the DVI port on the powerbook.
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My buddy gave me it, im not too sure. It is like 11 inches and not sure if its new and old. so which would i need again?
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