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connecting cinema display to macbook pro


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Hi, i am using a 23" cinema display as my main screen connected to my mac book pro. It is working fine but i was wondering if i could remove the usb connection leaving only the DVI connection and the Firewire connection. (so i have one more usb port to plug stuff) I know for an ipod both were provided in case you don't have a firewire in your laptop when only 1 is needed. Is it the same? For bad luck past experience i won't try unless someone tells me it is fine...
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What breed is the cinema display? Apple?
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yes, cinema display 23"
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