Using the external monitor only on powerbook

Using the external monitor only on powerbook

Post by jim » Mon, 01 Mar 2004 09:35:49


Hi all,

I want to use my 10 inch flat panel only thorugh my powerbook, but I
still want to use the powerbook's keypad, etc. If I mirror the
display, I can't use the full monitor's resolution. Any ideas on how
to get my monitor working only?

Thanks,
Jim
 
 
 

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