The monitor of our elderly iMac core duo seems to have bitten the dust. It is no longer the primary computer in the house so expensive Apple-authorised repairs are not viable.
As I can interact with the computer perfectly well via screen sharing from my new iMac, I would like to consider attaching a cheap (*very* cheap) LCD monitor to it and shoving the computer itself out of the way.
First I need to make sure it's the actual monitor that's failed and not the graphics controller. Does the fact I can see output on my own machine mean the old iMac's graphics controller is at work, putting out the pictures?
Or can anyone who knows about Macs interpret this screencap for me - it's from the System Profiler of the ailing machine: