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Old 02-26-2018, 04:34 PM   #63
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Originally Posted by Carlo View Post
Thank you toastido,

Well this is all surprising it would definitely help to see your debug info in the working case. Can you please follow the instructions in and mention that the logs are for me?

Do you see any corruption on the internal screen or the screen you have connected to the built-in external port on your MBP?

Many thanks,
Sooooo this morning, I felt a little feisty, so I tried a thing.

┌─[twisted@clarity] - [~] - [Mon Feb 26, 11:25]
└─[$] <> launchctl unload /Library/LaunchAgents/com.displaylink.useragent.plist
┌─[twisted@clarity] - [~] - [Mon Feb 26, 11:26]
└─[$] <>

As soon as I unloaded the useragent, the monitor sprang to life and began functioning. It's laggy, but it's working.

Attached is the output from the information tool you requested as well.
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