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This sounds like a problem I once saw on a DVD player with a DVI output, where it was outputting YCbCr instead of RGB. If there is a video format menu on either device, have a look there
I've fixed the problem getting a new Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter.
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 ...
I had the same problem with my new Mac Mini, went to the Apple store and they gave me a new DVI to HDMI adapter. I asked to have them test it before I left the store but they could not come up with a monitor with a DVI port. In the end they sold me a Belkin HDMI to DVI cable for one cent, just to have the goods transfer on record. In my opinion, the store ...
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.
There are two solutions, depending on the situation Create a computer-to-computer network. Doing this will cause you to lose your internet connection. To do this, follow the instructions from Apple: Choose Create Network from the Wi-Fi status icon in the menu bar. If the icon isn’t in the menu bar, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, and then ...
If you're referring to the Kingston RAM module in the picture then no, it won't fit a Mac Mini, this RAM module in the picture is too long, the Mac Mini requires 204 pin module, what you have in the picture has too many pins. http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5475 2012 model: PC3-12800 DDR3 Unbuffered Non-parity 204-pin module 1600 MHz
You didn't actually specify the model of your Mac Mini, but by going off the data from here, I think you have the mid 2011 model (Mac Mini 5,1). If that is correct, then Apple's technical specifications on this model confirm that the Mac Mini uses 1,333 MHz DDR3, up to 8 GB (4 GB x 2). HOWEVER, that memory that you linked to is "DESKTOP" MEMORY, a DIMM ...
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