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Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by TommyLee, Sep 16, 2008.
You need a mini VGA to (regular sized) VGA connector.
Good machine. Max out the ram on it and put a bigger faster hard drive on it.
This is from powerbookmedic.com
Note: There are two versions of the 14" LCD. One version has a wide connector on the back of the LCD which is about 1.5" long, the other has a narrow connector on the back of the LCD which is about 1" long. The only way to determine which LCD you need is to remove the 2 T6 screws on either side of the LCD, pop off the back case, remove the foil tape covering the connector, and measure the connector.
looks like you are going to do it the hard way. Good luck.