10.11.2 monitor insignia HDMI problem

My insignia TV/monitor HDMI that I use for my secondary screen worked perfectly until I upgraded to El Capitan (Betas and now 10.11.2).

Setup: TV/monitor has two HDMI connections. Input HDMI1 is the VCR to the TV. HDMI2 comes the MacPro on television.

Problem: If I switch the input on the TV screen between the two sources (decoder on the HDMI input), the MacPro does not recognize/initialize the monitor/TV.

The only solution is to get the MacPro to see that the monitor shall ensure that the monitor/TV is set to HDMI2 and restart the MacPro and then it works fine. Until I pass the entries still of course.

UGH

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