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Before we can attach a second monitor to our MacBook or MacBook Pro, we'll need to figure out what, if any, display adapters ...
we'll need. Different generations of MacBook and MacBook Pro use different connections; DVI, MiniDVI and if we cast our memory back, VGA too. Michael Callahan demonstrates how to determine which connector your MacBook Pro has on board. With the right adapter, you can even connect your MacBook or MacBook Pro to your TV.
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Michael Callahan: Hi, this is Mike Callahan, Dr. File Finder and welcome to your special butterscotch.com five part series on how to have dual-monitors on your MacBook or MacBook Pro. The display on the Mac is beautiful and it's even better when you can have it on two monitors. Now, there are a variety of different connectors depending on what year your Mac was made, so I'll show you those. Here is the DVI connector on the side of a MacBook Pro produced in the screen of 2008 when that was the standard on that model. Later in the fall of 2008, the Ether-body MacBooks came out and they started having a mini DVI connector.
If you want to connect this to like a VGA monitor, you would use a cable like this. This is the DVI to VGA cable. Any cables mentioned by the way are available from the Apple store. Now in the new Unibody MacBook Pros, you have the mini DVI adapter, this is in here. Let us zoom in so that you can see what it looks like. Now if you wanted to connect that to a DVI monitor, you would use this cable which is a mini DVI to DVI cable. If you wanted to go to a VGA monitor, you could use this mini DVI to VGA cable. Lastly, if you wanted to go out to your TV, you could use this mini DVI to video connector.
Once you have your dual monitor setup, you can't beat it. It's simply makes a world of difference to have two monitors. This is my MacBook Pro, it's connected to a 22 inch monitor. You see on the left hand side, I have Firefox open butterscotch.com, on the right hand side on the MacBook Pro, I have iTunes. You can move things back and forth and then on top of that, you got spaces that you can move multiple things back and forth on multiple screens. This is connecting for dual monitors on the MacBook and MacBook Pro. Then remind that this is a multiple part series, be sure to watch all five parts.