Question about HP Pavilion ZD7360 (PM019UA) PC Notebook
My hp pavilion zd7360 starts up but there is no display. It makes all the right sounds so it is definitely booted up by just a black display
Here are some suggestions to try. Your display settings may have somehow been changed, or your video card may not be working properly. If it is a display setting problem you can try to attach another known good monitor to the analog video out port of your laptop, turn it on and see what happens. If there is no output to the attached monitor do a hard shut-down by holding down the laptop's power button until it powers off. then turn it on again. With any luck your attached monitor will have a display. You can then go into the "display" settings of the control panel and reset your "settings" tab of the "display" screen. If you are running vista it will be under the "video" screen of the control panel. If this does not work you may need to have the problem assessed by a technician to diagnose your video and screen hardware. Good luck to you.
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