Question about Apple Computers & Internet
I assume you have one of apples ATI cards. Try removing
card and resetting it. I have had problems with apples ATI cards before. I currently have a problem with a 22" screen which says it it out of range on the mac but boots up fine under windows. Also look at the buttons on your screen and see if
you have one that says 'auto'. This is suppose to reset the screen. Try using the screen on another mac or a windows pc.
and see if you get any video. Your ati card may be bad.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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