Currently Being ModeratedOct 14, 2013 4:23 PM (in response to luddinizwe)
Are you attempting to run in clamshell mode or are you just attempting to mirror what is on you MBP's display? And when you say you have done this numerous times before, do you mean numerous times before via HMDI or another connection?
Currently Being ModeratedOct 14, 2013 4:42 PM (in response to coander15)
Thanks for your reply!
Usually the TV works as an "extension". If I for example are going to watch a movie, I start playing it on my computer, pull the window over to the TV and then hit full-screen.
When I say I've done this numerous times before, then I mean that it has worked before. With the same cables, the same TV, the same computers etc. Now the TV doesn't seem to get a signal.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 14, 2013 5:02 PM (in response to luddinizwe)
It sounds like it may be related to the TV, as long as you can confirm that you have not made any adjustments to your Mac's preferences. If you are still stuck take a look below:
When using an external display be sure to check the following:
- If you're using an Apple notebook, confirm the AC power cable or adapter is securely connected to the computer and the cable providing power to the display is also secure. It is always good to have your notebook connected to AC power when an external display is in use.
- Confirm display adapters are fully seated in their respective connections and that they are supported models and for the computer and display. Refer to these articles to assist you with adapter compatibility and further configuration information:
- Remove all display cable extenders, KVM switches, or other like devices and retest to determine if the issue is resolved.
- Try unplugging the video adapter or cable and then plug it back in.
- If more than one video adapter is in use (or "daisy-chained"), troubleshoot by using only one adapter.
- Example: A mini DisplayPort to DVI adapter connected to a DVI to HDMI adapter is an unsupported configuration because there is a series of adapters in use.
- If available, try using a different display and or adapter (or use a different connector by using DVI instead of VGA, for instance).
Reset the system
You can reset the Mac's parameter RAM and SMC.Reset the resolutionStart by resetting the Mac's parameter RAM. If the display does not come up, was previously set to an unsupported resolution, and still results in no video:
- Start up in Safe Mode.
- From the Apple () menu, choose System Preferences.
- Choose Displays from the View menu to open the preferences pane.
- Select any resolution and refresh rate that your display supports.
- Restart your computer.