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Video No video output. Screen black. Suspect onboard video bad.

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  • bbillieb Jan 10, 2008

    Tried that using another LCD and then a CRT. Same problem. After reading the specs it looks like I could not add a low profile video card because I can't turn off the onboard one. Oh well, one more reason not to buy HP.

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Try a different monitor first and see if you have the same problem

Posted on Jan 09, 2008

  • Douglas Green Jan 12, 2008

    good to see you got that fixed! After learnig about the problems with hp printers i will not buy another.

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