Are any of you using a USB adapter and trying to use it as the main display with the macbook closed?? How about an interim workaround whereby only the highest resolution supported by the connected DisplayLink monitor is returned? I have tried booting into safe mode, but my Mac just stays on the boot screen with spinning wheel for hours and fan engaged. Why do we have to go through this trauma every time Apple updates its OS? My system is a mid 27″ iMac with a 20″ Samsung monitor in portrait rotated mode on the left, connected to the built-in displayport, and a 24″ Benq monitor, also in portrait mode on the right, connected via an HIS Multi-View II DisplayLink adaptor. You’re in Graphics Cards.
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I can’t vouch for this method however, because I just restored from Apple to I even reinstalled lion from the recovery partition.
Encore ENMUV-2 Video Driver
How about an interim workaround whereby only the highest resolution supported by the connected DisplayLink monitor is returned? Everything is working great on my two rotated display link screens. This might explain a lot! Luckily I saw this forum post shortly after I’d be glad to help out and regain use of my second display.
Wow, I am really re-thinking this whole DisplayLink thing. No longer works as in the screen turns blue on the main monitor and nothing appears on the other monitor. The screen rotation however is their problem. I will run it tomorrow at work.
I’ve also tried this in conjunction with reinstalling the display link software but still no go. I think it’s safe to assume that the people reporting issues here are fully functional accept for a black screen display or two. Microsoft Gold Certified Company Recognized for best-in-class capabilities as an ISV Independent Software Vendor Solvusoft is recognized by Microsoft as a leading Independent Software Vendor, achieving the highest level of completence and excellence in software development.
The adapter minimizes clutter with a slim design that seamlessly blends with your video cable, Not ideal, but a workaround.
We’re in contact with Apple and can only hope them to tell us this is a bug we can fix on our side. I’ve never set up any rotation.
Starting up the iMac in safe mode and launching display preferences resetted the orientation of the display connected to the displaylink adapter to landscape. We encourage you to notify us of any discrepancies by clicking here.
incompatibility? [Archive] – DisplayLink Forum
If you set a rotated mode before upgrading, the OS tries to apply the same setting any time you connect the DisplayLink adapter, causing the issue. It’s a bumper for me. I think this is because I cannot get into safe mode with an encrypted disk FileVault2.
Would love to have emnuv third monitor back. I thought blue screens only happened with Microsoft. Yeah honestly I was thinking the same thing, but was keeping it to myself since that’s not really helpful.
Display Port to DVI Adapter – Encore Electronics Inc.
It’s too bad you didn’t test on your rotated display: Hope to have good news soon. So while we’re now able to boot the machines properly, until the DisplayLink Driver is fixed to address rotation, we’re leaving them turned off.
Simply plug it into a USB port and then connect a second monitor. D But still loving my new extra screen.
Thanks Phillip for posting the link to the tool.