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The is a firmware update that can help resolve this issue: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201158 One reason I think it occurred for me is the adapter that was in use. Hope this helps.


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Yes. As discussed in the article If you don‘t see some Mac features when using Windows on your Mac, "When you upgrade or reinstall Windows on your Mac, you might need to reinstall or update the Windows support software (drivers) provided by Boot Camp." Note in particular, "If you don't see this option, choose Action > Download Windows Support Software ...


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Welcome to Ask Different! I am assuming you are using an app such as Duet Display or Air Display for this purpose. It sounds like you are attempting to extend your desktop, rather than mirror a desktop. You will need to go to System Preferences -> Display -> Arrangement. From there, you can shoes to extend the Desktop. Following these steps, you will be ...


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I have a similar scenario in that I need to access a Linux system on my LAN from my MacBook Pro, so I use the free version of NoMachine. It's available for Windows, Linux and OS X. You first have to hook up a monitor, keyboard, and mouse to get NoMachine installed and configured on the Mac and then connect at least once from the Windows system. You could ...


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I did it with sudo shutdown -s now. Note that you will need administrator privilege to do this though.


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Wake: caffeinate -u -t 2 Sleep: pmset displaysleepnow


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Based on your included picture, I feel that it would be best to research whether T-Mobile accepts this type of return. On the other hand, I think that it would be better off if you just show it as it is, because if they find out that you have hidden a scratch, they might deduct cash. I think you should just trade it in as it is. Even so, ...


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Take a look at the open source github project maclock By default, it just launches the screensaver, but you can put the display to sleep with: maclock --display Under the covers, it is a bash script that is essentially just calling: pmset displaysleepnow


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These symptoms all point in the same direction, there are some hardware issues. Perhaps a loose contact somewhere, moisture on the main board or display controller, etc. The fact that they happen or increase when moving the screen further back, all just add weight to the above analysis. Your best bet is to take your laptop to an Apple Store or Apple Service ...


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If you go to this site to identify which Mac you're using (just keep answering the questions until you get to the end), it will ultimately make suggestions for parts. If you click on the relevant part, it will tell you the Apple Part Number near the price.



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