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Hi I believe it's not a dying GPU because we have same issue in all our MAC's. It started after Yosemite upgrade. https://www.dropbox.com/s/n04b4tmbbggkftd/wierdvideoproblem.mp4?dl=0 It may be Little Snitch. I disabled network traffic activity monitor, because glitch update pattern is like a data transfer pattern. I'll post updates.
According to MacTracker.app: Display Connection 1 - HDMI port or Thunderbolt digital video output Display Support Supports an HDMI-compatible device while using one Thunderbolt display or support for two Thunderbolt displays Display Modes Dual display extended, video mirroring, and AirPlay Mirroring External Resolution Up to 2560 by 1600 ...
The Preview does not lower the image quality, but will fit it in the given parameters. If you use Preview to open a original image: Example: 5.5 MB file size with Dimensions of 3648 × 2736 pixels Now open the Preview Tools - Adjust Size to see the current settings. The default resolution is set to 72 which is standard for web applications. In that ...
What you describe in the post and the comments is definitely a dying GPU. I am deeply sorry for your loss. #AlsoLostAGPUOnMyMac
I have an indirect solution for downloading images you find on iOS's default browser (or Chrome?), and it will require a PC. Images will be saved on PC storage at first. Then optionally copy them back to iOS with their original filenames and their folder structure. Would you accept this as a trade-off from ability to save images on iOS with original ...
After seeing it in Firefox too, I decided it must be hardware-related. To avoid having to open up the Mac and change out the graphics card (which required a bit of effort to get the new card in there in the first place, due to it not aligning precisely with the PCI slot opening in the back), I tried changing out the cord. (I recently switched from having it ...
When a file is not associated with a specific application, it will not show as Icon. To change that right click on one of those files and select the Get Info, in that window select the Application to use to open, and then select apply to all (Change All).
A couple of things to try. Remove the Finder preferences file. The system will automatically regenerate it. In Finder, press Shift-Command-G and enter ~/Library/Preferences. Then find com.apple.finder.plist and move it to the Trash. Right-click on the Finder icon in the dock and select Relaunch. If this doesn't work, ensure that JPG files are associated ...
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