Re: PowerMac b&w g3/300 with non p&p monitors
- From: B'ichela <mdalene@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2007 13:51:02 GMT
In article <1hzccgv.13px2zq1mg98thN%see_signature@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Jon wrote:
If you get a picture at all, use the Monitors Control Panel to selectThese monitors don't have overdrive protection circuits
resolution. If it doesn't sho 1024*768 for the ADI monitor, check the
"Show All" (resolutions") box. That gives you a lot more to play with.
The worst that can happen is that the monitor won't show anything and
you may have to swap to another and play around a bit to get a picture
therefore that doesn't help me very much. I guess I will see when the
magic smoke escapes.... yiiii, grab that CO2 fire extinquisher! :(!
Thats the reason I asked what the usual system default would be.
On the Pc it is common to start the system install with 640x480 or
80x25 text. Doesn't the mac do something like this? I suppose one
could use a dongle to go to DB15 and use a DB15 male to HD15 female
and program the shunts to force it to handle the basics. but do I
really want to make things so complicated? NO!
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