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No. Plastic covers are made in common for the same series. If that part is covered with plastic, that means no HDMI connection. A motherboard service technician can sortout it for you.
Posted on Dec 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My laptop's HDMI port is stuck!
if you bought the same one as myself CQ50-110us then the plastic plug means you have no HDMI. look closer on the box or on the website for more info.
The "Begin Here" poster/quick setup guide states HDMI port on select models only. Same for having built in webcam
Sorry if you were expecting it to have it
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
SOURCE: Hdmi Port .
If the laptop has no HDMI port, the forget the whole HDMI thing cause getting it through that port when the laptop or desktop is not made for it will end up costing as much as a new computer altogether. You need to find out if the laptop has any Composite or Component outputs. Those are relatively easy to spot. a Composite output is usually a RCA jack and also usually colored yellow, and goes into the yellow RCA port on your TV next to the red and white RCA ports which are the left and right sound channels. The Component outputs are also RCA jacks, but are usually red green and blue cause each wire sends its own color to make up the TV's image. They will also go on the back of your TV near all the other RCA ports. Wether your TV has just HDMI and no other porte or not, or if it has either Composite or Component inputs or both, that i don't know cause i don't know what your TV is. As for the sound, if you also want it on the TV, you just need to go to the local electronics store and buy an adapter/wire that goes from a 1/8 stereo headphone jack to 2 RCA jacks on the other side, one being white and the other being red. See where i'm going with that?:P Plug the 2 RCA jacks from the wire you bought into the TV in the corresponding inputs that go with the input you plugged the image in, and the 1/8 stereo jack into the headphone output of your laptop.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Go to CONTROL PANEL / POWER OPTIONS / POWER METER. Is the battery charged or charging?
If POWER METER says the battery is charged, you have a motherboard problem. Take it to a tech.
Do you have a voltmeter?
Remove the battery and check for voltage at the laptop's battery contacts, while it is plugged in. No voltage = charging circuit defect. A blown internal fuse or other motherboard problem. Take it to a tech.
Voltage OK or no voltmeter - take it to a tech.
A qualified technician should have a schematic and other technical documentation for your model It can be rather difficult (expensive) and hit-or-miss to locate possible fuses without the factory paperwork.
Posted on May 13, 2008
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