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Tried everything... restarted computer, reset TV, unplug/re-plug TV. I'm using a DVI-D Cable with an Apple mini-display to DVI adapter. I've tried clicking "Detect Displays" in Display Settings on Mac. All I get is "No Signal" on the Television.
Is your television DVI-D or DVI-I?
If it cannot see the digital display, that might be the problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to change the refresh rate, some monitors operate on 60 Hertz, and others on 70 or 72 Hertz, try changing the refresh next to the resolution choices.
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