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I am trying to connect my apple Mac Book to my new lg lcd tv, everytime I connect it, the screen glitch. Please help!!
What type of input are you using? Your macbook should auto detect it. If you go into system preferences, displays, you may just have it at the wrong resolution.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Normally it's either one of the AV channels OR the channel marked RGB.
What connector are you plugging into on the TV?
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
When connected to an external display you have 2 options.
Extended you can stretch across both screens like a giant desktop or you can have mirrored displays which have exactly the same thing on each.
With your monitor plugged in...
(any less screws up our average)
Thank You and Good Luck!
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
SOURCE: I have a apple G4
Hello and thank you for contacting Fixya Support, I am glad to assist.
I recommend you boot your Mac into Safe Mode, to see if you can remove a possible folder(s) which may be affecting your Mac's start up function.
Try these steps:
-SAFE BOOT MODE-
• Reboot your Mac
• Upon restarting your Mac, press the Shift key.
• Hold the Shift key until you see a White Screen with Gray Apple icon and eventually a spinning gear.
• When you see the Spinning gear, release the Shift key.
• Allow the Mac to continue booting up. Also this may take a little while
(NOTE: this may take anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes to load to the Safe mode screen depending on the performance of your Mac, but if it exceeds this time, shutdown your Mac and try just once more. It may have just frozen up the first time around for you.)
• You are going to enter the Safe Mode (which looks like your main desktop environment - the only difference is certain start up items are disabled.)
• Once within the Desktop in Safe Mode
• From the Finder Menu, click Go> Go to Folder
• Type in this line: /System/Library/StartupItems
• This path, is going to take you to the System Library folder which has all of your Mac OS X Startupitems.
• Remove all of those folders to the Trash.
*Reboot your Mac normally and see if you can access your normal User desktop environment.
I hope this helps. If you have more questions, please feel free to reply back to this post.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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