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I am having the same issue but my MBP is connected to a external screen trough Mini DP - direct to VGA screen. There is not any adapater between this connection :( Thanks for all.


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Putting MBA in to Sleep mode will make it write a Sleep image, that is a file that contains your last settings ect. Now when it wakes up it tries to load that file just to find out all is different now, no monitor ? Then it goes in to switching the display modes that creates the flickering. My advice, skip the Sleep mode and just open the clamshell, then ...


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I apologize for posting to a long-dormant thread, but it seemed silly to start another one... I've been having the same issue off and on for a while on different hardware and OSes. First: 2008 Mac Pro Dual 2.8Ghz, Mac OS 10.7. Same problem as above: 4/13/14 11:44:38.000 PM kernel[0]: IOHIDSystem cursor update overdue. Resending. I saw a post about ...


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The Dual Link DVI adaptor is for connecting screens ~30" – not for connect multiple screens. You would need to connect one via the Thunderbolt port and one via the HDMI port.


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I've fixed the problem getting a new Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter.


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Based on your reply, first to check is the cable or connector. Software does not randomly connect or disconnect and because you say it works after you plug-in and un-plug the cable a few times it works... the cable might be broken. If you have a replacement, try it - else you could buy one (and return if it does not solve the problem). Based on your reply ...


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try pulling the following files to see if it makes any difference-- /library/preferences/com.apple.powermanagement.plist /library/preferences/com.apple.autowake.plist ~/library/preferences/com.apple.systemuiserver.plist as well, you could try resetting the pmu. http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=300574 and you could boot to the install disk and ...


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According to this page on EveryMac.com the resolutions you want to run should be supported. The problem might be the adaptor. I would try a PRAM reset (restart while holding down Command-Option-P-R), or possibly an SMC reset, detailed in Apple's Support system. If these don't work, I'd try a different adaptor. Good Luck.


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No. The Thunderbolt Display works only on Thunderbolt ports. Not even on mini-display-port (even if the connector is the same)


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You can't watch any full screen video that is not in the exact native display resolution without scaling. At least in my knowledge. The question is - is the scaling good or not. You may try different players. If you want pixel to pixel mapping, you can only set the player size to 100% of the video, and it'll show as one of the windows on the screen, ...


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By selecting the far-right setting for resolution within System Preferences, you are seemingly increasing the screen resolution to a value greater than 2880x1800. This is exactly why you are seeing an image with greater dimensions. What the display settings allow you to do is scale resolutions so words and images all appear larger or smaller on the display ...


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Resetting NVRAM / PRAM did the trick for me (having mavericks).



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