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Red x appears when trying to link tv with computer

To a Macbook Pro

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Where is the red "x"? On the Mac? On your TV? What kind of cable are you using?

Posted on Apr 24, 2014

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SOURCE: I am trying to connect my MacBook Pro to my TV

You have to go to System Preferences, Display and then choose display, arrangement and then check the box mirror images. If you have done that, and it still doesn't work, then I'm not sure what else to do! I hope that helps.

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

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SOURCE: no hdmi sound from macbook pro to toshiba 40E210U

I was having this exact problem. You have to go to the "Audio MIDI setup" icon in the utilities folder. plugin your mac to the HDMI and TV and it should show up on the menu bar on the left as "HDMI"- then click it. then you have to click on the "format" drop down menu and change it to either 48000.0Hz or less. Make sure that the volume is down on your TV bc I almost gave myself a heart attack when I clicked it. Apparently the TV HDMI input is not compatible with the default on the Mac. Hope this helps!

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