For the previous few months I have been plugging into two displays (HP 1920×1080) by way of the next connection with out situation:
MacBook | USB-C -> DisplayPort (adapter) | DisplayPort (cable) | Monitor
I lately needed to transfer to a unique constructing at my firm that has older displays (Lenovo 1680×1050) which solely have VGA and DVI ports. That is the the brand new connection that i am utilizing:
MacBook | USB-C -> DisplayPort (adapter) | DisplayPort -> DVI (adapter) | DVI (cable) | Monitor
When related to the Lenovos I get “no sign” and my MacBook doesn’t detect them. I’ve additionally confirmed that I can nonetheless use the HPs simply positive. One thing else to say is that every monitor is utilizing its personal USB-C port so I am not utilizing any form of splitter/hub/and so forth. It looks as if my situation factors to both the older Lenovos or the DVI connection being incompatible with newer USB-C model (3.1?).
Has anybody else had related points? Can anybody affirm if certainly one of my guesses may be right? Thanks for any assist and/or perception upfront.
Model: 12.5 (21G72)
MacBook Professional (16-inch, 2019)
Processor: 2.6 GHz 6-Core Intel Core i7
Reminiscence: 32 GB 2667 MHz DDR4
Graphics: AMD Radeon Professional 5300M 4 GB