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The recommended way is to use the Thunderbolt (Mini DisplayPort) to VGA converter. http://store.apple.com/us/product/MB572Z/B/mini-displayport-to-vga-adapter?mco=MTA4NDU0NjA The Apple HDMI does not supply signal to VGA monitors. The Cable you have is good, but only for Digital monitors and VGA is Analog type. OK if you are sufficiently confused now, just ...
When connecting an external display to a MacBook Pro (MBP), sometimes you'll get lucky, and both electronic devices will recognize each other and adjust their own settings properly, and the laptop will be displayed on the TV. However, this doesn't always happen. When it doesn't... First, always check and make sure the external display (TV in your case) is ...
At least the wifi issue should have been fixed (but it wasn't) with the latest update:
Lock the phone, swipe to the left then back. Swipe up to bring up the calculator and then unlock the screen. You should now be able to multitask.
The following facts are relevant to the workaround. A separate copy of SystemUIServer runs on behalf of each user, owned by that user, when the user has a GUI login. This is very convenient because it means we can kill this program without requiring passwords and suchlike. SystemUIServer appears to have been very nicely cordoned off by Apple ...
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