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hello, I'm new to this forum and I'm sure similar questions have been asked and answered already so I apologize for any redundancies.

I just bough the black macbook 2.4ghz C2Duo with 4 gig's of ram and I would like to hook it up to my 27 inch 1366x760 720p SHARP LCD tv. I have spent countless hours trying to do so with my old HP laptop and was never able to get blurred sections to go away.

Is it possible to achieve this or should I just not bother? I do not have a mini DVI to DVI or VGA yet so I would need to know which to get.

I'd greatly appreciate it if anybody could tell me if this will Definitely work.

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hello, I'm new to this forum and I'm sure similar questions have been asked and answered already so I apologize for any redundancies.

I just bough the black macbook 2.4ghz C2Duo with 4 gig's of ram and I would like to hook it up to my 27 inch 1366x760 720p SHARP LCD tv. I have spent countless hours trying to do so with my old HP laptop and was never able to get blurred sections to go away.

Is it possible to achieve this or should I just not bother? I do not have a mini DVI to DVI or VGA yet so I would need to know which to get.

I'd greatly appreciate it if anybody could tell me if this will Definitely work.

Thanks
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