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  1. CAPS v1 flickering screen

    Hi, I've noticed this with my CAPSv1 as long as I can remember, though due to other commitments am only just getting round to looking into it. I have the CAPSv1 (Computer Audiophile - Computer Audiophile Pocket Server - C.A.P.S.), i.e. Intel D945GSEJT motherboard with Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 integrated video. I am connected via VGA cable to a 24.1" Asus PA248Q monitor, VGA input. The issue I am having is this - there is a constant kind of banding/flashing/flickering over the entire display. It's not that obvious, though quite noticeable if you sit in front of the monitor for a while or if you know it's there. I was experimenting with colour screen fills in paint, and it seems most noticeable on a grey background. I can't see it at all with black and hardly with white. It's noticeable with a range of colours though, and particularly with greys. I know that it's not the monitor as the display is quite stable when connected to a Macbook. Any help appreciated !
  2. Headless Mac Mini: how?

    Hello, I am currently controlling my Mac Mini using the standard screen sharing. But if no display adapter is connected to it, the refresh rate is very slow. I've read many others suffer from this. I read that there is a way to tweak a VGA adapter using a simple resistor and this way have the Mac Mini think it has a display connected to it. To all the headless mac mini people out there: Is this the way everyone is doing it? Or is there a simpler way? Thanks, Nuno