Personally, I like having a monitor. No, I can't use it, but my family can. For instance, if I ever had a serious problem and vo or my sound card stopped working, I have a recourse. Also, I can let others read things on the screen, such as to proof something or take a quick look at an interesting article. I consider the monitor a safety net and a good way to have my computer open to anyone who may need it, for whatever reason. Plus, as I said, I had no end of trouble when I had no screen, and now all is as well as it can be with such low ram.
On Oct 24, 2012, at 8:24 PM, Donovan Osborn <donovan303...@gmail.com> wrote:
> About 3 years ago my friend told me the same thing. Now I don't know if this is still a problem. But the way he got around it was to buy a adapter that plug ins in to the USB and connects to your TV. But you don't need to really connect the TV, the adapter just fools it in to thinking that there is a monitor connected.Have a great day,
> Again I don't know if this is still necessary, but if she buys the Mini and dose have problems with it she could try this workaround.
> Donovan Osborn
> On Oct 24, 2012, at 2:06 PM, Joanne Chua <shuang.an...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi There,
>> I've an enquiry from one of my friend. She's looking at getting a
Alex (msg sent from Mac Mini)
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