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Is it possible to use a Mitsubishi Diamond Plus 200 monitor on a Mac Powerbook without the Macintosh adaptor (AD-A205) without affecting the performance of it, in particular with colour rendition

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I dont see why not.

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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Given the environment and issue, sometimes a solid way to process of eliminate, is to add a display to the laptop. Laptop videocards are embedded/integrated in the motherboard/logic board. So, your Mac has not been specified. This provides for many variables. I'll keep this simple but thorough.


First, monitors. Unless you have a great hook up from the next level, you will most likely have a:
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  • All Macbooks utilize mini DVI.
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Connect a display to your laptop. If you get a picture, than more than likely, any component from the cable that runs from the motherboard, up into the display panel, to the inside of the display, is faulty.

If you do not get a picture, than its highly possible the video card or GPU has failed.

If you could specify your model, I can further assist you.




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