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Please believe me when I say that the Belkin Thunderbolt 2 Dock will not support two monitors if you have an older MacBook Pro. I have a 2011. One Thunderbolt port. It just does not have the capacity to drive two monitors. I have exhausted all options with it. Only one external monitor will work. I did however connect two monitors using the Dell D3100 ...


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You can also try bypassing that port entirely and just use a USB port with an adapter like "Cable Matters SuperSpeed USB 3.0/2.0 to HDMI/DVI Adapter for Windows and Mac up to 2560x1440 in White" https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004MS0DIK/


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The port between the Ethernet port and the Thunderbolt port is a FireWire 800 port. On the MacBook Pro 2011 17" the Thunderbolt port supports up to two Thunderbolt displays. As to using the FireWire port to support a display I do not know for sure other then this article essentially says no. USB and Firewire for two or more displays? Apple ...


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Modern Mac's (the hardware) properly support DisplayPort MST daisy-chaining but Mac OS X (the OS) does not support it. This has been proven via BootCamp with Windows. So theoretically Apple could chose to issue a patch to fix the OS and make it DisplayPort 1.2 compliant but they've chosen not to.


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I encountered the same problem on my Mac mini late 2012, connecting to AKiTiO Thunder2 PCIe Box with HyperX Predator PCIe Gen 2.0 x4 240GB SSD (SHPM2280P), ruuning Boot Camp Windows 2012 R2. Here are the steps to bypass the problem: Turn off the mac mini, and turn off the thunderbolt drive. Turn on the mac mini, as soon you hear the boot up chime, press ...


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This is for Windows 7, but should work for Windows 10 A quick search on the Apple Support site, I was able to find instructions on downloading the correct driver. I have condensed them here for quick reference: Download the Netxtreme Mobile/Desktop Driver. It will say that it's not supported, but the .inf file does include the requisite driver ...


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It looks like your computer can only drive up to two external displays (officially, at least). https://support.apple.com/kb/SP703?locale=en_US


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Tetsujin's answer is not correct. A display port WILL support resolutions up to 4K with the correct cable. Every high end graphics card have display ports as output. The cable must be certified to support 4K resolution otherwise you will not get 2K resolution support on your LG monitor. Try this setup: Cable Matters DisplayPort to Mini DisplayPort Male to ...


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I bit the bullet and bought another DisplayPort monitor (Dell U2414H), and sure enough, it works out of the box! I'm currently running a total of three displays - the iMac built in at 1920x1200, the 24" Dell at 1920x1200, and the 27" Dell at 2560x1440.



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