We have an old Power Macintosh G3 computer that needs a new monitor.
We would like to use a cheap 17" LCD monitor (or buy a new one) that we have and we have a device that allows standard CRT monitors (it has a bunch of on/off switches) to work on it, but when we connect up the LCD monitor it doesn't work.
We'd like the flexiblity of not having to buy an Apple LCD monitor (we'll probably move to a PC system later on).
Are there any devices that'll allow us to use a new PC LCD Monitor with the old G3?
Your old G3's video can support virtually any 17" display, LCDs included. However, it sounds like your current adapter isn't properly telling the Mac what sort of signal to send to the display. The adapter
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