When I plug HDMI into Mac screen goes black?

Check and make sure that the external display’s power cable is connected properly to the source and is not loose. If you are using a display hub, bypass it and try connecting your monitor directly to your Mac. Restart your Mac with the display connected and see if that helps with the flickering issue.

Why is my screen black when I plug in my HDMI?

Hi, If you can’t see Windows on your TV, you might need to reconnect the computer to your monitor and adjust the screen resolution before you connect to your TV. If your computer doesn’t support the type of video connection you need, then you might be able to install a new video card that has the right connection.

Why is my HDMI not working MacBook Pro?

If your HDMI port is not working MacBook Pro, you can try to follow this instruction: choose Apple menu> System Preferences, then click Sound. In the output area, make sure your HDMI device is selected. If connecting through a Mini DisplayPort adapter, make sure your Mac can send audio through Mini DisplayPort.

Why does my laptop turn off when I plug in HDMI?

HDMI is a “high-end” video output and it is usually controlled by the video card. Try a different HDMI cable. Try a different TV. If the HDMI port still shuts down the laptop, you might need to take it to a service center.

How do I connect my MacBook Pro to an external monitor with HDMI?

Connect an HDMI display or HDTV: Plug a cable from your HDMI display or HDTV directly into the HDMI port on your 14-inch or 16-inch MacBook Pro. Use a USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter to connect the HDMI display or HDTV to a Thunderbolt / USB 4 port on your 13-inch MacBook Pro.

How do I get HDMI to work on my MacBook?

Connect a Laptop with HDMI port to a TV with an HDMI Port

  1. Go to the Apple Menu.
  2. Open “System Preferences.”
  3. Click on “Displays.”
  4. Click on the “Arrangement” tab.
  5. Tick the box that says “Mirror Displays” if you want your TV to show the same content that is being shown on your laptop screen.