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Help needed connect my macbook pro to my tv!


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I want to hook up my macbook pro to my tv so i bought the mini display port to HDMI adapter and an hdmi cord but when i plug it in my computer is using the TV as a dual screen. Does anyone know how to fix this?
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Command + 1 should toggle the display from mirroring.
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command + 1 isnt doing anything but making me to my home page. and when i do it when everything is closed it does nothing. any other suggestions?
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Try command + F1
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Or System Preferences - Displays - Appearance tab - uncheck Mirror displays

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