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Apple Cinema Display forces ppc macs into open firmware

at 15:01 - 4th, November 2013
Does anyone have any idea about this? I thought I'd play some old games on either my g4 tower or my g4 cube, brought them home and plugged in the cube on the floor in the living room. Booted perfectly, took it upstairs, plugged everything in and it boots to open-firmware. Tell open firmware to boot and it sits there and hangs.

Plug in the tower with the same monitor and the same thing happens. I swapped monitors and am now using vga and everything works 100%. I can't for the life of me figure out why.


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News comment 1 | User comment 1354 | 10:09 - 5th, Nov 2013

are you using a newer cinema display? or one that came with the cube ?

andrew andrew
News comment 2 | User comment 1354 | 10:09 - 5th, Nov 2013

I would imagine OS9 might not have the correct software to properly output to cinema displays

Alex Alex
News comment 3 | User comment 4946 | 15:08 - 5th, Nov 2013

not a new cinema display, it's the old one that came with the cube. It worked perfectly fine in the living room, something happened when I brought everything upstairs. :\

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