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Use thunderbolt docks hdmi to the monitor. I was able to run 2012 Mac Mini with both Thunderbolt Display and ASUS 27" monitor at 2560x1440 each just fine. So far no problems here.


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Belkin Dual View Mini DisplayPort to 2X DVI Adapter Dongle (F2CD060) $60...all you need


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You are probably best served by this app here: https://github.com/duanefields/VirtualKVM Download here: https://github.com/duanefields/VirtualKVM/releases Basically "Automatically toggles Bluetooth and Target Display Mode when you connect a Macbook to your iMac via Thunderbolt."


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It's doable, one simply must include a TB device between the two monitors. Computer->TB Monitor->TB Device->Non-TB Monitor The TB device can be any dock, drive, etc. that has TB-in and TB-out ports (2 x TB ports). The technical details have to do with the way TB carries and decodes display signals. TB can carry 2 signals. Essentially, each TB device ...


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This is a known issue with that era of MacBookPros. You may be eligible for a the MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program: If you are, they will fix it for free even if you are out of warrantee (I had my mid 2012 repaired under this program.) Apple has determined that a small percentage of MacBook Pro systems may exhibit distorted video, no video, or ...


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If all of your devices in the Thunderbolt "chain" are still functional including your Cinema display at the end of it all, chances are there is a problem with the connectors that go from the logic board in the Thunderbolt display to the display panel itself. It's a quite common occurrence that when you disassemble this, that the connector comes loose. Look ...


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My 2 screens have been doing this more lately as well. I'm still running 10.10.5. I don't think it's one screen or another, though I'm wondering if it's the cables. They are getting over 3+ years old now. I'm going to try a total rebuild this week of my laptop to see if it's a weird driver issue (and update to El Capitan as well)


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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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