- Sep 11, 2015
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
So, I tried it out.If you have time to try this I would be very interested to know if it works to resolve the issue. Thanks!
I had to use my MacBook Pro because I was missing a special cable to connect the output HDMI of my switch to the NUC.
So the setup was the following:
My MacBook was connected over the HDMI port to the switch. The output of the switch was the TV. The switch had only the MyBook as output, the other HDMI output of the switch was not connected.
Over display port to HDMI I connected the MacBook separate to my monitor.
When I turned the TV off, the mentioned mouse problems occurred. But it has not effect to switch the switch.
This can be a problem of my specific switch, because when the switch occurred there were no short black screen when the OS rearrange the desktop.
So I will stay with my unplugging of the HDMI cable. To prevent damage on the NUC HDMI port you could use a short HDMI extension cable.