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This is a 13" 2011 MBP, 2.3GHz, Intel Core i5, 4GB memory, running Lion 10.7.3. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Apple Notebooks Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Community Information Center News and Community Announcements Community Polls Sponsored monitor is recognized but stays black or 'no signal'. Reply With Quote 05-24-2013,07:38 PM #9 bobtomay View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Dec 22, 2006 Location Texas, where else? http://seesbg.com/macbook-pro/macbook-pro-hdmi-no-sound.html

Most apps have been updated to use the higher pixel densities of Retina displays. rustedmemory2 years ago from Lexington, KY You make it look easy Sarah Dill2 years ago from Ohio I have been looking all over for something like this. I am going to the Apple store today to see if they can help. I paid $25 for the one from Best Buy and it works great with my computer.Click to expand... https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2180106?tstart=0

Macbook Pro Hdmi Not Working

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share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply BigMcGuire, Aug 23, 2012 BigMcGuire Contributor Joined: Jan 10, 2012 #8 stchman said: ↑ Hmmm, doesn't Apple make somewhere... I just got a displayport to HDMI adapter for the MBA. Macbook Pro Not Detecting Hdmi Display Detect your displayIf you're using an external display, sleep and wake your Mac to make it check for connected displays: Press the power button on your computer to put it to

share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply asting, Aug 23, 2012 asting macrumors 6502 Joined: Jun 10, 2012 #10 I got this one: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002HU629E/ref=oh_details_o02_s00_i00 It's Macbook Air Hdmi Adapter Not Working share|improve this answer edited Dec 11 '13 at 7:32 answered Dec 11 '13 at 5:52 Gaveen 412 A correction to the answer about setting DP 1.1 and creating an If you've not nothing showing, your computer is not recognizing the TV (and vice versa). Since the set reports something back on the HDMI cable, there may be confusion and in any case it would be hard to get a desirable 1:1 pixel display.

Delimiters around Array Are the stars outside of the galactic plane in the galactic halo? Macbook Pro Mini Displayport Not Detecting Display Actually, I was looking through online reviews and many people are happy with connectionlab, so maybe I should go for it? MiniDisplayport to HDMI Adapter Direct HDMI Out Wireless using Apple TVSee results without voting More by this Author26TabletsHow to Connect an iPad to TV With HDMI or Wireless AirplayConnecting your iPad It's likely that your Macbook Pro, TV, or Macbook Pro HDMI port is acting up.

Macbook Air Hdmi Adapter Not Working

Displays not made by Apple sometimes have brightness and color adjustments built into the display. https://turbofuture.com/computers/connect-Macbook-to-TV-HDMI Why can curcumin cross the blood-brain barrier, but not congo red? Macbook Pro Hdmi Not Working Time to Buy a Apple TV I think .. Macbook Pro Not Detecting Display I used the miniport to HDMI cable to connect the devices.

I was taught this in an Apple store. this contact form i want to plug my Mac pro as the Main computer and iMac pro 2011 as display mode . If so, any help / tips on how to do it would also be great. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply isrefel, Aug 22, 2012 isrefel macrumors member Joined: Jul 8, 2012 #3 ryannel2003 said: ↑ A lot of Macbook Pro Hdmi Not Detecting Tv

JosephBloggs20 months ago I have a Macbook Air with a dead display (the hinge has broken and damaged the cable that runs through it.)I'd like to use it with an external Join us to comment and to customize your site experience! Some Chinese children that can't read probably manufactured them, of course a high percentage of those is not going to work.Click to expand... have a peek here Click the Displays icon.

With all that being said, I didn't want to drop $35 on something that I am going to use 0.002% of the time. Detect Displays Mac Loading... Ally Reply With Quote 05-24-2013,07:08 PM #8 Partridge View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since May 17, 2013 Posts 3 Hi, sorry it took so long to reply.

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Heck, I went through two trying to get my computer to work with my TV and didn't have any success. Got me a HDMI to HDMI now. Then all of a sudden it just stopped working - and i have no idea why. Thunderbolt To Hdmi Not Working Amy19 months ago My laptop use to connect to my T.V.

I have run into this problem before and what I have found to be reliable is to minimize (at worst) to eliminate (at best) the number of conversions you must do. Can the HDMI port drive analog displays (VGA displays, for example) using adapters?No. I'll repeat myself: My oldG4Laptop works with the TV as a monitor, buy my new iMac doesn't.AntI think the main issue here is that it simply won't work with the older Check This Out I bought the Moshi one.

I'm also trying to figure out if there is an adapter that is conducive to the Mac and Apple tv? When I unplug the cable, those settings disappear. So unless the video card of your device outputs mDP you will need a converter/scaler to use your iMac 27 as a monitor. Check your display for a "monitor mode" setting to get the best video quality.

When I plug the cable into the TV (HDMI port) and my Macbook, the Macbook does not detect the TV. As a matter of fact, I'm sure all the high price adapters that Apple sells are made in China.Click to expand...