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  • slothinker Level 1 Level 1

    I suspect that quite a few monitors do NOT claim Mac compatibilty even if they might be induced to work.


    I'm using an HP w2207 w/ a Mac Mini as a 2nd monitor fairly successfully but recently noticed that the company (HP) doesn't claim compatibility between this monitor and Macintosh products/operating systems -- only Windows products (& presumably Linux).

  • kitm Level 1 Level 1

    What a bummer. I was going to buy that monitor.

  • Mickg24 Level 1 Level 1

    I have that exact config - Late 2012 mini connected via displayport to a Dell 27" U2713HM. Occasionally I get screen shake, then sometimes followed by a black screen for a couple of seconds. Sometimes this corrects itself straight away, sometimes it repeats.



    How on earth can a monitor not be compatable with a computer? They use the same standards, it makes no sense to say they are incompatible.


    So what are Apple doing about this?

  • Flying Pelican Level 1 Level 1

    I am still getting the occasional momentary black screen on my 2012 2.3 Quad i7 mini, even after applying OS and Firmware updates.  I have it connected to a 20" Apple Cinema Display using a Thunderbolt to DVI adaptor.


    Screen blacks out for about a second once every few days, usually when navigating websites with Safari.  No HDMI being used.

  • RPV69 Level 1 Level 1

    So there are issues even when using an Apple screen? That's pretty poor show on Apple's part!

  • slothinker Level 1 Level 1

    I recently took my late 2012 Mac Mini (Fusion) to another city and tried to connect it to an older 20-inch CinemaDisplay which I'd given to relatives. This was to be my only monitor.


    I tried a Thunderbolt > DVI connector (the CinemaDisplay used Apple's ADC->DVI brick converter), which worked for a day and then seemed to stop. I couldn't get anything on the screen at all. I never figured out what the problem was (I thought the monitor had died). And I am still not convinced that there wasn't something more I could have done to get that route to the display working.


    But, it wasn't that difficult or expensive to procure an HDMI>DVI converter (I'd not brought the one Apple supplies with the 2012 Mac Mini) and I found that that configuration worked fine.


    So bottom line would seem to be that the best connection to an older CinemaDisplay would be through the Mini's HDMI port.

  • soares.ped Level 1 Level 1

    I just bought my mac mini and it's already installed the update but the screen is blinking too!!! is there anything else I could do, besides returning?

  • vadimr2 Level 1 Level 1

    Same here, I have dual LG IPS234V and the one connected via thunderbolt->hdmi cable works fine but the one on HDMI never works. I need dual screens, that is the reason I got the mini, otherwise I would continue using my 2011 15" MBP. I can't believe this is not fixed yet or was even shipped this way.

  • soares.ped Level 1 Level 1

    I don't know why but it stopped! it was only on the first day of use that I had the problem! anyway if anything happens I'll post!

  • OzziesMAC Level 2 Level 2

    So 1.7 update has not helped?

  • eterps Level 1 Level 1

    I'm having the same prob as everyone else it seems.  Just got a mac mini (the $599 version) and one of my monitors turns black and blinks constantly.  The only way it will work is if I lower the resolutions of BOTH monitors to something low, like 1280x720.  Also, one of my monitors is rotated 90 degress. If I try to rotate just one monitor, they BOTH rotate.  There is no way to rotate just one.


    These monitors work just fine with my PC running Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.10.  Here's the best part, I installed OSX on my PC using the MultiBeast patch, and both monitors work fine as well - full resolution, and 90 deg. rotation for one screen.  Mountain Lion is not stable on my PC, though, so I want a 'real' mac.  Unfortunately, my 'real' mac is apparently a busted pile of junk.


    This is not an OSX problem, it is a Mac Mini / Intel 4000 problem.

  • eterps Level 1 Level 1

    Also, I have EFI 1.7 ( Boot ROM Version:          MM61.0106.B03 )

  • vadimr2 Level 1 Level 1

    Try a different cable, a new HDMI cable solved my issue. Both cables were identical cables from monoprice but one would never work right, the other, not a single problem.

  • mevanpl Level 1 Level 1

    so nw update is useless ?

  • klmorin Level 1 Level 1

    I returned mine in January. I bought a new, two days ago, it is perfect.

    HDMI connected directly (without adapter) to an Epson projector (100 "screen) or an Asus monitor.

    And in addition I saved by buying on the refurb.

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