tb display ports

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not resolved in either case.

user of one product might not go to other sub-forum...

do the math????
If you want to be like that I'll do the math for you.

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bobmane

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If you want to be like that I'll do the math for you.
its not a dup because there are 2 products and the issues could lie in either

(by the way...thanks for your help...you just burned up xxx coal at the power plant)
 

radiogoober

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its not a dup because there are 2 products and the issues could lie in either

(by the way...thanks for your help...you just burned up xxx coal at the power plant)
You should contact the manufacturer of the product you are having trouble with. Being rude here won't help with anything.
 

Lennyvalentin

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(by the way...thanks for your help...you just burned up xxx coal at the power plant)
Being snide while asking people to take their time to help you for free rarely is the best course of action... ;)

That said though, if you're having problems with your TB display you should call Applecare - you should still be under warranty, yes?

As for your issue with daisy-chaining monitors, first-generation thunderbolt is a little wonky in that regard. You CAN hook up a displayport (or DVI/HDMI, with the appropriate adaptor cable) monitor to the TB display's daisychain port, but there must be another TB device inbetween the TB display and your other monitor. This will probably be fixed in a future iteration of the technology, but won't help you right now.
 
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