Ok here's my problem, I have a 17" aluminum powerbook with a broken LCD. I want to have the powerbook work in headless mode with the lcd taken off of the computer. Does anyone know how to start the computer up without the LCD attached, is it even possible. I know that with some older powerbooks they have magnets to tell the computer the screen is closed, but their doesn't seem to be any magnets in the screen. The only thing I can think of is the clasp that holds the screen closed, there is a small circuit board near the button used to release the screen. Thanks for any help. -Kjell
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