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From Everymac… In addition to the internal display, this model can support an external display up to 3840x2160 via Thunderbolt 2 (4K UltraHD). Third-parties have discovered that it also can support two simultaneous 27-Inch Thunderbolt displays at 2560x1140 each in lieu of a single UltraHD display. I'm tempted to think that 2560x1140 is a typo & ...


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As far as I'm aware, it's not possible to run a Macbook Pro in Target Display Mode, only iMacs. Ref: Apple KB - Target Display Mode: Frequently Asked Questions BTW, VGA or Ethernet to Thunderbolt is a physical impossibility. Your cables must be Thunderbolt to VGA / Ethernet.


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Chances are, it's hardware. Download and burn a copy of Ultimate Boot CD Insert the disk and boot your Mac by holding down the "C" key. It's a Linux OS and will boot up in text mode (not graphics intensive) There are a number of video related tests you can run. Since it is outside of OS X, you are removing the OS from the equation. Chances are, you ...


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Try booting it into Recovery and see if the problem persists there too. If it doesn't, you'll want to reinstall OS X from there. Be sure to back up all of your data before reinstalling as it will wipe the disk.


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According to this page, this is a known bug in OS X. The Apple Forums suggest reinstalling OS X; I tried reinstalling but I still couldn't access the Display Preferences to rotate my display. I did find a solution that worked within OS X 10.10.3. What I did was connect the Macbook via HDMI to my TV. I found that I could access the Display Preferences and ...


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No it's not possible to hide it on an unjailbroken iPhone.


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Thunderbolt is not backwardly-compatible with any other display technology. It is an active technology, all before it were passive. It is a combination of video & PCIe. You can connect Thunderbolt to DisplayPort, but not the other way round. From how do I connect an Apple Thunderbolt display to a PC? If the Wikipedia article is to be believed (and ...



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