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Imac G5 17in and 17 inch studio display 2monitors


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Hello everyone out there in mac land

I have been lurking on the forum a while. I have a situation that I cannont seem to resolve...Ive called apple....Ive called mac mall.

I have a 17in imac G5..I also have a 17inch studio display.The 17in studio display is a ADC connection. If I am not mistaken the imac g5 is mini VGA? or VGA? Is it possible to find a adapter or cable to use both of the screens available for use. I have also read something on here about a hack that makes these 2 work with some kind of adapter.
This is what mac mall said i need..
http://www.vgator.com/us/VGAtor.html

Does this look right to anyone..or even compatible...I am new to the mac world and these kind of components. I am willing to help anyone with any music production advice so let me know!!!!
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I've Found this:
http://www.rutemoeller.com/mp/ibook/supportlist_e.html
you guys every try anything like this?
Its looks a little shady!
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