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Using external monitor and mouse with display closed


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matthair

 
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Hi,
Could someone please assist.
I have a iBook G4 laptop. I have tried to connect an external monitor and a mouse but unfortunately it hasn't worked for me. I have followed the instructions from the apple website (http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=86286)
When I reached step 6 and closed my laptop lid and awoke the computer, the desktop screen flicked up on the external monitor for about 1/2 a second and then it shut down again and I could hear the laptop go back into sleep mode.

Please help.

regards,
Matt
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