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    Jun 22, 2007
    macbook 2GHz intel core duo 2 GB ram Mac os x 10.5 Leopard
    extrenal display help!!!
    looking to purchase one on monday.
    ive decided on some sort of 19 ich widesceen.
    ive been looking on the best buy site. and im a litte confusde and un sure on how to tell if they are VGA or DVI displays?(need to know for purchase of cord)
    whats the difference between analog vs. digital?

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    Member Since
    Aug 03, 2007
    MacBook Pro 2.2GHz, White 80GB iPod 5th Generation
    The product display should tell you whether it is VGA or DVI. If it is VGA just use your Mini-DVI adapter you got with your MacBook to plug into the screens VGA cable. That way you can set up your monitor.

    Here, I do a little show on YouTube called iCessions. Check out my "External Monitoring" session. It should help you set it up!

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    DoubleCap's Avatar
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    Feb 12, 2007
    Northeast US
    MacBook 2GHz/2GB/CD
    I was actually going to post this question right now... I'm looking to buy a 22" Samsung 226BW and was curious about this.

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