Got an Asus 6450 and works OOB on 10.6.8 (except hdmi audio).
I use a monitor via VGA as my main display and a TV via hdmi for watching movies (thats why i bought the card mainly).
The problem is the TV detected as the main display and the monitor as seondary plus even if i switch off the TV it' still detected. That means i have no dock on the monitor so it is quite unusable. i tried to swap the arrangemenent but it doesn't affect the main/secondary issue regarding the dock. Unplugging the hdmi solves the situation but i really dont wanna go that route obiviously. Is there any option (like in Windows) i can configure and enable/disable my displays properly?
Or is it common with real macs also?
Is there any progress in Lion or ML since then (in case i consider upgrading but i really like SL).
Thanks for the input guys!
dual screen arrangement VGA/HDMIHD6450
3 replies to this topic
Posted 24 February 2013 - 06:44 PM
Posted 25 February 2013 - 07:20 AM
I'm in ML and I'm pretty sure your arrangement should show the white bar that shows where your menu bar is at.
Posted 25 February 2013 - 08:38 AM
Another weird thing is when i set the tv to its native 1360x768 then picture is sharp but colors are washed out. When i choose 720p the colors are vibrant but image is less sharp.
Monitor is LG 19" 4:3 at 1280x1024, TV is also LG but 42" 16:9 and 1360x768
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