Hey everyone, First off, I wasn't sure whether to place this here, or over at the 'Peripherals' section, but since it's probably more of an iMac related issue, I put it here. Now, I recently bought a brand new plasma tv, and my idea was to hook up my iMac so I could play games and browse the web on my 51". Only problem with that is that it's a pretty old one, it's a MA710ZH/A from 2006. But since it has a mini-DVI port, I figured I'd just buy some adapters and it would work. I bought a mini-DVI-to-VGA, and then a VGA-to-SCART because I was told the DVI-to-HDMI wouldn't work, and a VGA-to-HDMI wasn't available. When I came home and hooked it up, my mac's screen relolution popped to a 800x600 something, and the port on the TV read 'No Connection'. Do I need some type of resolution converter, or is my set-up simply too old to properly function? I know they made mini-DVI-to-Video adapters, but was also told that those are currently discontinued. Thanks!