I am not sure if this is a problem with the video card or the screen.
When my computer is turned on, the screen only shows vertical lines. I can plug an external monitor in, and it displays everything just fine.
If anybody has any ideas on how to fix this, I would be very happy.
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From computer. Use micro USB cable,connect it to tablet. Computer will detect the tablet as storage device. Open explorer. Copy your files from computer to tablet in the folder where you want to store/save.
Use micro SD card. Insert microSD card to computer/laptop. Copy your files to microSD card. Remove microSD card. Insert it on your tablet. Access the files. To access files on microSD card, you can see on this video :
Video is courtessy of Youtube - RCA.
You also can use flashdisk as a files transfer storage.
If using flashdisk,transfer procedur is same as for microSD.
If using flashdisk,you need miniUSB to USB adapter. See photo:
I hope this help.
Hi, well I have found out that NO you cannot "Upgrade" either the screen, or the Video card. This is due to the BIOS, not being able to be upgraded to allow for this to happen. And HP do NOT support anything like this either :(
This means that the BIOS was unable to access the video system in order to write any error messages on your screen. This problem is usually caused by the video card encountering hardware failure or the memory of the video card failing and/or sometimes the motherboard itself.
What you need:
This is hard to define initially as there are so
many ways to achieve this depending on what type of television you have
and what video outputs your computer offers. You may also find that you
only want to attach the stereo, and leave the TV disconnected, or vice
.HDMI - High Definition Multimedia Interface: Ideally
we will all have an HDMI connection on both our television and video
card, but most likely don’t have it on either. Many new LCD screen and
Plasma displays offer this mother of connections. They are also
becoming a little more popular on Video cards. This will give you the
highest quality signal. This format can also carry audio. This is very
easy to connect from one device to another. It offers the same video
quality as a DVI.
here are some tips that will help Computer has HDMI and TV has HDMI – Use HDMI Computer has DVI and TV has DVI – Use DVI Computer has DVI and TV has VGA – Use VGA + Adaptor Computer has VGA and TV has VGA – Use VGA Computer has S-Video and TV has S-Video – Use S-Video Computer has RCA and TV has RCA – Use RCA Computer has S-Video and TV has RCA – Use RCA with adaptor Computer has RCA and TV has S-Video – Use RCA with adaptor
You're first step should be to plug an external monitor to it to make sure the video card still works. In all likelyhood, the video inverter (located behind the bezel for the screen) went bad and needs to be replaced, but it's good to know whether or not the computer itself is still putting out video