My late-2013 13'' (Retina & OS X 10.9.4 (13E28)) Macbook Pro can not automatically detect external displays after wakes up, if I pull the display‘s plug out during sleep.
1) connect Macbook to my dell display
2) put Macbook into sleep state via apple menu
3) pull the display's plug out while Macbook is sleeping
4) wake up Macbook
After these procedures above, My Macbook cannot automatically detect the remove of external monitor. The Arrangement option card is still there in Display section of the System Preferences and the cursor can still move out of the edge of internal screen just as the external monitor is connoted.
When I then pull the plug and plug it back in, it finds its old configs and fixes the arrangement. Also, I can manually click
Detect Displays to fix this problem.
I have tried to reset SMC and PRAM but doesn't work.
By the way, if I check
Mirror Displays checkbox in Display Preferences after I weak up my Macbook from sleep, the system will halt and automatically reboot. I think the reason which causes reboot is the conflict between the system tries to mirror display and there is no one external display.
Does anyone experiences the same issue?
I apologise for my poor English.....