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I was finally able to afford a second hand cinema display, but when it arrived there was no power cord or install disc. My fault for not asking if it included the power supply, (that's a whole other search I have to do). I've spent the day searching for a download of the install disc, but can't find it anywhere on the web or Apple support. Maybe I've been using the wrong search tags, but I'm ready to give up. Anyone have any suggestions where I can get it?
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Why do you need an install disk? Usually most monitors (Apple included) are just "plug & play".

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No download of install discs as that is piracy. Wonder if pastime means an iMac?

If it is a display as you say it will simply plug into DVI or VGA and work. Cord will be a simple computer connecting cord unless you have purchased an old ADC Studio Display.

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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I figured out the part I need is a 90W Power Adapter. I knew I wasn't crazy. Now to find one.
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