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Old 23 October 2010, 06:38   #11
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Originally Posted by Doug Stormforce View Post
Best solution- throw everything you have that is to with PCs in the bin and but a MAC- you will never look back

Alternative solution- Borrow one of my old PC flat screen monitors and see if it works. If it does you can buy it from us, if it does not then you will know its not your monitor thats bug****d.

I hate to burst any bubbles here but component failure affects Mac's too. The price premium your pay for Mac's does not necessarily equate to superior component life. In a previous job we had 50/50 split between macs and pc's and comparibly experienced a fairly equitable failure rate.

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