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    Just wondering if its possible to connect two systems to the Apple displays at the same time but only run one at a time?

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    apple displays only have one video (DVI) input... so i would think no

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stetwin View Post
    Just wondering if its possible to connect two systems to the Apple displays at the same time but only run one at a time?
    That is not a dual display, but rather two systems sharing one display. You can do this if you use a KVM switch.
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