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Posted:You mention the 6 switch plug - I am assuming that it is some kind of 15D Macintosh to 15subD VGA converter, is this correct? Also, what kind of CTX monitor is it, a 14"? You should be able to do a search on Google for the proper switch settings to get it up and running. That CTX will probably not do more than 800x600, so I wouldn't try any settings higher than that. Sticking to a boring old 640x480 will be the most assured of working, and after you get signal, you can try to up the resolution. You can feel free to PM me if you need further assistance.