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This is not a perfect solution but I believe this is a best solution so far. My use case is to use iMac remotely from my Windows 7 laptop. Here is my solution. You need the following things. Vine VNC Server from http://www.testplant.com/products/vine/vine-server/. You need another VNC server to make another private display. Wake Up Me On utility from ...
The third party route is probably a good option. If any of you are based in the UK there is a site called Repairs UK which repairs them for under £90 and is better than Apples price :)
Given this is happening after a clean install, there are no errors in the log, [EDIT: and the problem is intermittent], sadly I'm suspecting a hardware issue, which coincidentally has occurred near the time of upgrading from 10.5. I have seen issues like this which were caused by a failure of the inverter board (which generates power for the display ...
Assuming it only happens sometimes and only when you are actively using the computer (key board & Mouse) Lets find out if it is you doing it. Check your settings for Display Sleep in: System preferences> Desktop and Screen saver> Hot Corners! In here look if you have a setting to put display to sleep.
Retina DisplayMenu lets you select specific resolutions (both HiDPI and standard resolutions) and is the app that I currently use. Another option is QuickRes. Selected resolution in image above is the Best for Retina resolution.
I can't with any degree of honesty tell you what's best for you, I can only share what I do and try to explain my reasoning. I am on my third iPhone (original, 4, and now 4S) and have used them uncased, in a bumper-style case(original) before settling on the OtterBox Defender, (original, and another for the 4/4s). I didn't do this because of fear of ...
LCD displays have short and long term effects due to the physics of how they polarize light and how the transistors turn on and off pixels by passing current through the liquid crystal. If you were to take a photograph of your screen and show what you are seeing we might know if this is short or long term image persistence or perhaps something else like ...
The proper jargon seems to be a burn in. This extensive post at the apple forums holds a lot of answers.
I have an iPhone 4S. Like you, I originally thought that I ought to get a protective case for my iPhone. I tried several cases, but none of them were satisfactory (too bulky, too cumbersome to open to get to the phone, too ugly). I now have no case for the phone, and I keep it in my trouser pocket all the time. Instead of getting a case for the phone, ...
Eizo (Netherlands) kindly and answered by e-mail. In short: for using this monitor with a macbook, there is no advantage using the PM200-cable compared to an Apple mini-display - DVI connector. More in detail: (excuse me for poor english: I used google translate) The PM200 is a cable DisplayPort cable. By using this cable you can use the EIZO CG223W-BK to ...
After some research i found this blog, which perfectly detailed explains how to get this hidden setting: Open the system preferences Hold down the command and option keys while clicking the display icon Next locate the screen adjustments on the external monitor and you will notice now there is an option called "Rotation". Choose 90 Degrees and now your ...
The in-built screen sharing in OS X works really well. If you're having any problems, I've written an easy to follow tutorial: http://machow2.com/how-to-share-screen-on-mac/
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