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Mac Mini HDMI to SVGA cable not working

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Hi, I have the previous version of the Mac Mini and need monitor output from its HMDI to output to a SVGA screen.

I have tried a couple of cables and neither provide any output.
Do I need a converter or is there another workaround I can try?

Many thanks.
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You probably need Apple Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter:
http://store.apple.com/us/product/MB572Z/A
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That was far too obvious :-). Apologies for forgetting there are two video outputs on the back of the box. Many thanks.
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