I am going to buy a new Mac mini 2014 (2.6GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 – $699), and a new 29″ LG Monitor (Class 21:9 UltraWide® Full HD IPS LED Monitor – 2560×1080 pixel). We know that Mac Mini has 2 mini DisplayPort, and the LG monitor has DisplayPort connectivity. But I am wondering how can I archive native resolution of the LG monitor.
Hi all, I hate to make my first post a plea for help.but what can you do? Long story short, I just successfully installed El Capitan 10.11.1 on my desktop.
I've got a widescreen monitor (LG 25UM56-P) that runs at 2560x1080, but unsurprisingly my best resolution option is standard, stretched 1080p. So, my questions are: 1. Given that my monitor only has an HDMI port, and everything I've read suggests that OS X can't put out my desired resolution through HDMI, is there any chance of making it work?
If there's no software workaround, might using a DVI-HDMI adapter work? If there's literally no way of getting it to work, can I at least run it 'letterboxed' rather than stretched? FWIW, I've tried SwitchResX and I can't even get the custom resolution past 'not installed.' Also, my specs are: Gigabyte z97 Gaming 5 Intel 4790k 32gb RAM EVGA GTX 970 FTW Samsung 850 Evo SSD (120gb) Thanks for taking the time. Delete trailing spaces in excel for mac free.
Hopefully there's an answer out there! (Also, I used the standard Unibeast/Clover setup, so previous answers regarding editing Chameleon files aren't applicable.).
Microsoft excel for mac. They did not want to replace my laptop and want to further troubleshoot although it's been 3 times at this point that I have returned back and forth to the Applecenter.Tech people told me to do a partition and watch out if it happens on the clean install.
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