Hi and let me say what a class forum you have here with an awful lot of information that i'm sure helps loads of people.
Which brings me to my problem, i am a I-Mac G5 owner for business use, and although i still have a pc, i absolutely love the mac.
So i went and brought a Mac-Mini dual core intel for the car to run on the screen i currently have installed, with an external hd, i now have 27,000 songs and 600 films ripped using handbrake available through front row in the car...!!!
BUT and this is where i need help, i am running an inverter from 12v to 240v, and i get some static interference through the screen, so need to know how to convert the mini to 12v so i can bin the inverter and solve the problem.
Any help or ideas on how to do this would be appreciated.
Loc: Stoughton, WI USA
If you are looking for a few pointers as well, I'd try e-mailing the guys at http://www.classicresto.com/. They were the first to drop a mini into a car and I'm sure they would know for sure.
But with the interference, it sounds like you are not getting constant power. You could try dropping a small regulator between the power connection on the display to see if that would help as opposed to possibly killing a mini in the process.
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