I have not tried connecting them together by firewire, but they both are connected together by a hardware firewall/router. However, you could be on to something and an inexpensive piece of firewire just might do the trick.
But yes, my "bad" OS X Lion otherwise does appear to be quite dysfunctional. Yes, it "bongs" at startup, if I listen carefully I can hear its hard drive, the led appears at front, but yes, no picture. And yes, one of the first things that I did was to swap the monitor connections, just to be sure, but again no picture.
Meanwhile, I thank you for the links that you mentioned.
I suggest heading over to ifixit.com and seeing what getting at the inside of the screen entails. If you're still convinced you want to have someone else do it, do a search on iPhone repair and shop around for a good price at a local shop. You could have it done at an Apple Store but they'd charge you through the nose.
There's two different 2GHz Core 2 Duo Mac Minis - one can run the current operating system 10.8 (Mountain Lion), the other is limited to the previous operating system, 10.7 (Lion). What's important is the model identifier which you can find in Apple - About This Mac - More Info... Macmini2,1 does not support Mountain Lion, Macmini3,1 does.
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In the current version it's by hand unfortunately. Auto-starting is a glaring omission on my part, and will be in the next update I swear! It's the most common request I hear.
So.... Not trying to stir up trouble but WOW. Over a year and a half on auto start and it's still not working? What a basic concept to just leave out and worst of all, it's been over a year and a half and still no progress?? Damn, might as well give up on this one.
Autostart actually works just fine using Automator. You can use my scripts here or create your own.
So there is no solution for WIN platform? You have mentioned and an upgrade long time ago and there is still version 1.03 with no changes?? I bought ArraySync and I have used it on one installation of the large video wall. From this time I have after any power-down or system crash to remotely login to computer and start everything manually.
The two latter will save you a fortune, particularly on Adobe products. Not that I would ever condone or encourage use of illegally downloaded software.
Honestly, the new Adobe Creative Cloud service is such a good deal, there is basically no reason to put up with all the headaches involved with trying to pirate it. For $50 a month I get access to literally every Adobe application, even ones that I never even use like Premier and Flash. You select only the applications you want at any given time, and can install or uninstall them individually at any time as well.