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Go into System Preferences, hit the unlock button at the bottom left corner, then Authenticate. Click Show All at the top. Find "Displays," not Desktop and Screensaver. Change the color RS86A and then try to set it to the Highest Resolution. It should render everything you see at 1200x800 resolution at the least.


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It is also happening to me, and I can't find the solutions either. But I figured out how to avoid it. When booting up mac turn off monitor first and then power on the mac. turn on the monitor after the mac finished boot or in the login screen Settings Open system Preferences > Energy Saver Click Power Adapter tab(assuming your mac is plugged in) and ...


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I know this is an old post, but I stumbled on it and thought I would put in my two cents. I own 4 Yamakasi 301 Sparta monitors. Very similar to the one in the question. They are 30" 2560x1600 displays. They do not have an ad board. I use them for my home office. I have a GTX 770 and a GTX 750 driving the video signal. I have only been able to get them to ...


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I would go from your mini DisplayPort (mDP) to DisplayPort (DP) or go HDMI to HDMI from your MBP to BenQ. The reason why is that DP (newer standard) supports HDMI (older) signaling quite easily through a passive adapter, while going from HDMI to DP requires active conversion. This is probably the reason it's not working. I have run into this problem ...


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Definitely thunderbolt to thunderbolt. Also my BenQ has HDMI so you could do it HDMI -> HDMI


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I am currently building a PC and may have an answer to your question. It's has a rather powerful graphics card with 4 DisplayPort ports. Doing some Internet research, I was able to find a couple people who used a simple adapter such as the 6in DisplayPort to Mini DisplayPort Video Cable Adapter that converted output from the DP to the MiniDP Please note ...


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If I understand you correctly, what you are looking for is a video capture device. The way it works is video that is sent out from another source like a game console, DVD player, or even another computer it captured by this device and encoded to video. One that a client of mine has used and seemed to like very much is this one by Elgato Now, if you are ...



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