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Theoretically there might be several reasons behind this issue: LCD cable has loose connection, and not attached firmly (highly probable, if you haven't dropped it); LCD screen is broken or it's controller went out of order; broken screen itself (very not probable, unless you dropped it). I know the simple trick might help for certain cases: a hard ...
This is a hardware problem. You can replace the screen, either do-it-yourself (there are several online guides) or take it into a place like iFixIt. Depending on the device, a replacement will cost you between $100-$300. You'll need to decide for yourself if it's worth it to get the screen replaced or buy a new iPad.
You can use this great open source tool: https://github.com/Eun/DisableMonitor Tested on iMac (20-inch, Early 2009) with OSX El Capitan 10.11.4 and Dell U2515H external monitor via DP
It seems like the issue is that when I plug the external screen, it messes with the coordinate system of my Mac's screen, effectively shifting the origin of my screen by the resolution of the external screen. In other words, from the point of view of XQuartz the origin of my Mac's screen changes from 0,0 to 2560,1440 (which is the resolution of my external ...
Make an appointment with a Genius in an Apple Store and they will swap it for a new one.
I found the solution here: https://www.maketecheasier.com/fix-google-drive-crashing-finder-in-mavericks/ A number of users who have upgraded their precious Macs to Apple’s newest OS, namely OS X Mavericks have found that when they log into their systems, the Finder windows no longer run stably. Instead, it quits and relaunches repeatedly. This problem ...
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