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Good afternoon,
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  drpj replied 8 years ago.
It sounds like you need to enable Display "Mirroring". this setting can be found by clicking on the "Displays" icon in the System Preferences Panel. You can also turn Display mirroring on and off if you have the display icon showing in your menu bar. You can get it to show (or hide it) by checking (or unchecking) the checkbox called "Show displays in menu bar" which is also in the Displays preference pane of the System Preferences.
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