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I just got a Pbook with the vertical lines and it was driving me nuts. It had a lot of other issues, power control, hard drive, etc. I had a spare 15" screen laying around so I hooked the cable from the back of the Mac screen into the back of the 15" Compaq cq61 screen and then plugged in the bulbs wires (pink and blue) to the inverter and Viola, of course I'm not going to leave it that way, but at least now I know that I only need to buy a 17" screen that is newer to be up and running.
 
Hope this helps.
*I didn't make it very clear, the screen I used and am using now to install leopard is from a Compaq cq61 laptop. This is not an external monitor. There are no lines or imperfections of any kind. Therefore, if you are feeling geeky, and you have a LG Philips screen that has the same genitalia, give it a go, you might be able to save that PowerBook yet.

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Origineel bericht door: Eddie Brodie ,

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I just got a Pbook with the vertical lines and it was driving me nuts. It had a lot of other issues, power control, hard drive, etc. I had a spare 15" screen laying around so I hooked the cable from the back of the Mac screen into the back of the 15" Compaq cq61 screen and then plugged in the bulbs wires (pink and blue) to the inverter and Viola, of course I'm not going to leave it that way, but at least now I know that I only need to buy a 17" screen that is newer to be up and running.

Hope this helps.

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