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Hpiq770 display is blank not showing any thing no operating system sound keyboard not working but my mouse and machine is working

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Hi Harsh ,you need to connect it to an external monitor to check if the display is the real issue.

Posted on Mar 27, 2014

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  • harsh Mar 28, 2014

    How to connect

  • harsh Mar 28, 2014

    I cant connect to any other monitor bcoz there is no VGA extension through which I can connect to another monitor

  • harsh Mar 28, 2014

    is there is any way to connect my hp iq770 all in one to other monitor if yes then plzz help

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SOURCE: I have HCL Ezeebee desktop computer when we boot the system monitor, keyboard, mouse blink for a while and monitor (HCL) show 'no signal' message, and keyboard num lock led not display mouse i

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I have HCL Ezeebee desktop computer when we boot the system monitor, keyboard, mouse blink for a while and monitor (HCL) show 'no signal' message, and keyboard num lock led not display mouse i


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