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24" display; Built-in iSight Camera, Microphone, and Speakers; 1920x1200 resolution. Released October 2008, identified by model number A1267.

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How do I connect it to a PC?

Is it possible to connect Apple Cinema Display to a PC that has DVI or HDMI connector?

Is there any one who successfully done it?

Thanks in advance,

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Get a ADC to DVI adapter, here's one: http://www.amazon.com/Belkin-F2E9142-WHT...

Here's Apple's discusion of this issue: http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa...

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The LED Cinema Display hasn't the ADC connector. It has the Mini DisplayPort cable.

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You must find a DVI to Mini DisplayPort adaptor to use this display. It's this: http://www.atlona.com/Atlona-DVI-to-Mini... .

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For those who still as I am wonder, this device should do the trick cheaper:

StarTech.com DVI to Mini DisplayPort Adapter with Audio

http://www.amazon.com/StarTech-com-Mini-...

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In 2020, the only affordable dongle I can find for it is this one (if you want monitor with Mini DisplayPort to computer with regular DisplayPort): https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B014DV...

Conversion to HDMI also exists, but is scarce. It’s also lower-performance, so use DisplayPort if you can. Otherwise, conversion to ThunderBolt (which is also good) is common; there are at least 20 vendors of those converters. But that’s useless on most Windows boxes. I’ve only ever seen one non-Mac motherboard with a TB port, and it’s not the sort of thing most people get a bus card for. DVI is basically dead; no one in 2020 is likely to need that. :-)

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Easiest just to get a graphics card for the PC with a DisplayPort socket. It’s what I did when building a new PC back in 2010. Then I just ordered a simple mini-DP to DP adaptor cable, and then many years of blissful Cinema Display usage with my PC followed.

Until the cinema display stopped working.

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I picked up an 23” Apple Cinema HD Display, A1082, from a neighbor getting ready to junk it, for free. I now have Windows 10 machines, with one in my back room to run a model railroad. It turns out that it had a graphics card with a DVI port. The main monitor was on the VGA port already. So for kicks and giggles I plugged the DVI cable from the monitor in, plugged the power cable into the power brick and the display did nothing. So I powered on the PC and lo and behold the power light on the display came on and it all powered up and I now have a beautiful 1920 x 1200 display, making it a dual screen system. So my advice is to get a graphics card with DVI and keep it simple.

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