Computers > Hardware
13 Aug 2006 16:19 PDT
17 Aug 2006 06:38 PDT
'tis me again, timespacette-ga
I'll spare you the details of why I am still asking urgent questions
about iBook peripherals; my son and the computer and printer are long
gone, but now we need to order a monitor for this machine and have it
shipped to where my son is.
my husband is looking on eBay for a used monitor and finding that many
of them aren't compatible with the Mac iBook. Would you do the same
for monitors as you did for printers vis a vis the iBook, and let me
know which brands of monitors have built-in drivers, or drivers that
can be downloaded from the web.
Again the Mac OS version he has is 10.4.7
thanks again; my life is too busy!
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