Hardware test not working with Yosemite, External Display not working with Yosemite

What's wrong with Yosemite developers....
i can't connect my macbook pro with my tv and if i wanna start a hardware test, it doesn't starts it....
please help as apple *****!!!

It would be helpful if you indicated the exact model/year Macbook that you have.
Ciao.

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