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CHECK UR CONNECTION..U MAY FIND A LOOSE WIRE..OR IT NEEDS REPLACING....
Posted on Nov 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: nx6310 wont stay on
HP is notorious for this problem. The problem is that the power jack that is connected to the motherboard has come loose. This is an easy fix is you are comfortable taking apart your notebook and are able to solder the jack back to the motherboard. I have 2 HPs and my friend has 2 and we have done this with ours as well as others. This is the link to the HP website that has your manual for disassembly .http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/DocumentIndex.jsp?contentType=SupportManual&lang=en&cc=us&docIndexId=64179&taskId=101&prodTypeId=321957&prodSeriesId=1839143 When you get to the page, download the Maintenance and Service Guide. (It is all the way at the bottom!) You will need Adobe Acroabt to read it. PRINT the instructions. They will do you no good if they are on the laptop that you are trying to disassemble!
While it may seem daunting, it is really not hard to do. Just be careful to follow all of the disassembly and reassembly instructions and you will have no problems. I promise!
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Posted on Feb 05, 2009
Somewhere on your computer's keyboard, you have a 'fn' key. Usually, this key is in the lower left corner of the keyboard. This key will need to be depressed simultaneously with another key on the keyboard that should have two pictures of monitors seperated by a '/' mark.
When you depress these two keys simultaneously, the computer switches from the output on the laptop screen to the output on the vga port.
Additionally, you will have to configure your TV to receive the signal from the svga port. Different TV's do this diffrerently, so I'm not sure exactly how you need to do it on yours.
Lastly, the sound does not follow this connection. So, while you are enjoying the use of the TV screen for viewing whatever on your laptop, if you are watching a movie or similar activity, you will not hear very much. Laptops are not designed to fill a room with sound.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
SOURCE: connecting laptop to hd tv
IMake sure that you have the laptop for an VGA OUTPUT. When you toggle between the function keys. When your laptop LCD goes out it is in VGA OUT mode....when you toggle again it should be in LCD/VGA OUT (both TV and laptop should display). You need to set the TV to VGA mode as well...otherwise you might not get an output. If you still have a problem then test on a regular monitor to see if you are getting an output to the monitor
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Posted on Nov 12, 2009
Try this for the black screen of death problem...
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Posted on May 21, 2010
SOURCE: I have an acer 8920G.
No it does not need repair, try starting your computer in safe mode with networking, this should prevent the dodgy automatic external monitor setting that's obviously causing your problems. Once you're online go to the acer site, support, drivers and downloads, i can't really give you the link, but as i kinda looked, this is what i believe your computer to be, just make sure the operating system is correct. Scroll down the list of drivers until you get to the vga section, obviously I'm not sure whether you have ATI or Nvidia graphics, you can check pretty easily, or you might have on chip graphics by intel, so to check, and even if you're not going to check because you already know, you still need to do this, go to start, right click on computer, go to manage, go to device manager in the navigation panel in the top left, look for display adapters, expand it, firstly it should tell you what you've got in there, for instance mine says "NVIDIA GeForce 8600gt" so mine is Nvidia so if you found out what you've got minimize device manager, and go download your driver on the link i provided, once you've downloaded the driver, just put it on the desktop because it's easier, right click on the display adapter you've got in device manager and select uninstall. once done go to where you've got your driver, and install it.
Hope this fixes it
Posted on Jan 28, 2011
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