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3045 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Aug 13, 2008 9:08 AM by Vicky Bilaniuk
Currently Being ModeratedAug 13, 2008 8:57 AM (in response to Vicky Bilaniuk)Would you tell us exactly which model Powerbook G4 you have? There are several, and someone may know of specific issues with one.
Try using the analog adapter if possible and see if that works.
Of course, trying another display with DVI might also help pinpoint the problem.15" std rez AlBook 1.67GHz, among others, Mac OS X (10.4.11)
I am unsure of what model this is beyond its being a 15" powerbook G4, 1ghz model with onboard FX5200 (I mention the display because I remember it being one of the few things that differed between the models). I can't remember what adapters it came with so I can't try those out. I'm not sure where they even are (I know I have them, just not sure where I put them). This is an old computer, lol.
I only have one free standing display so I can't try any others. I know the monitor works, though, as it works fine with other machines.
This isn't a big deal; I plan to replace this thing with a Macbook Air next year. I was just curious.