Question about Apple LED Cinema Display 27 inch flat panel
My recently purchased Apple Cinema Display keeps black since today when I connect my MBP. It used to work until yesterday. The display is connected to power, it's power supply for my MBP is working and the USB-hub is also working. When I connect it to the mini dieplay port, OS X is detecting it in the screens options and is extending the desktop so I can ove my mouse cursor to the other area. It kept black once last weeks but unplugging it from power and plugging it back in worked. Now it does not. I have restarted my laptop and unplugged the display multiple times. Anything else I can check or do on my own before returning it to the dealer?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try updating the drivers sounds like a software issue conflicting when putting other connections in
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: IPhone does not power off
soory man but because Apple is so strong with there (high tech) stuff ther no other way out. i would have it replaced. i have a G1 i recommend you to get it! its just like the iPhone just open source so it has lots more freedom then the iPhone. the thing is its only for T-Mobile. you can get one unlocked thogh. but just tell apple to replace it for you.
Posted on May 28, 2009
Hey - I just got done with 30 minutes of trying my cinema HD on my macbook pro and plugging and unplugging. When I plugged it into an extension cord in another socket the monitor started right up. I've had this configuration in my office for years with no problem...until today. Did mac send us a system upgrade that caused a problem with the monitor's power source???? Good luck!!!!
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
SOURCE: Apple Cinema Display 23"
I had the “short long short” blinking led problem with my
23′ ACD after a power outage which left my screen blank and
my cheek wet with a tear for my baby. I read somewhere that
a guy was getting a 1 volt reading on the middle pin of his
damaged 90 watt power block. I figured maybe the display might
work if I could somehow block the middle pin. So I cut a small
strip of paper wide enough to block just the middle pin and long
enough to cover both sides and it looked like a “W”. I gingerly
pressed it into the brick receptacle with a toothpick leaving
just a little slack so it would not tear when I pushed in the
small white plug. It was a bit of a tight fit but guess what.
IT WORKED… I am now enjoying my beloved monitor anew and saved
$$$ on replacement brick or repair.
If you want to try it and you feel you’ve nothing to lose, make
sure you cover just middle pin (both sides) and you may have to try a couple of times. It worked for me, I hope you have good luck too.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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