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from monitor menu (the buttons) change the MST setting to Primary and Secondary accordingly
So the final answer on this, supported by links in comments and answers above is that the documentation says clearly there are only two possible ways to achieve what you are looking for. Either you daisy chain thunderbolt displays (obviously doesn't work for you). Or an hdmi and a true Thunderbolt Display. The first of those two possibilities is spelled ...
This just happened to a teacher at my site. After repairing disk permissions (Disk Utility) and restarting the computer, everything reappeared.
I had the same problem, I think. But my files were still in the finder under 'Desktop', just not on the actual desktop. After trying a few of the above, I second-clicked the desktop and hit 'Clean up', and they all reappeared. So the simplest of all helped for me.
System Preferences → Sound → Samsung HDMI is the solution.
I just bought one and had the same problem - blurry fonts on 2014 RMBP & had to adjust the underscan to fit the image on the screen. Fixed by turning off Overscan in the monitor menu Image Control > Custom Scaling > Overscan > Off and turning off Underscan in the System Preferences > Display menu.
I have seen three monitors connected to a 2013 15" MacBook Pro. One was an Apple Thunderbolt display connected to the Thunderbolt port. The second was a display connected over either a DVI or VGA adapter plugged into the second Thunderbold port on the Mac, and the third was an HDMI connected directly to the HDMI port on the right hand side of the Mac. The ...
OK, we are beating around the bushes here, so to make progress this is for your Information and not a answer to your problem. The MTC26T42 is a Nvidia HD Audio, not a display! Here is what you should look for (example for my Samsung TV) connected via Thunderbolt to HDMI-HDMI. This is from the About this Mac (notice it says Television: Yes.) This one is ...
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