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You need an Auvio USB to TV adapter. Radio Shack or any electronic place should have it. Amazon also carries it.
Posted on May 25, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it seems to be an issue with the power supply as you already tried replacing the motherboard
power supply will be less expensive do try to get it replaced first
do check that monitor iss fine
unplug the blue VGA cable which connects your monitor to the tower
if a 4 colored box moves all over the screen the monitor is fine
and if it doesn't
get the monitor either repaired or get it replaced.
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
Well hate to say it but that sort of problem results from a faulty motherboard or processor so if you say that you have changed the motherboard then you problem lies with you processor chip.
Posted on Jun 07, 2008
To el_cid_132: Did you mean to say a solid amber light on the MONITOR's power button? If, after all you've tried with the computer, you still have no display, it's a pretty good bet your monitor is bad. Try another monitor to verify the computer function. Take a close look at the pins in the monitor's input cable plug. They are pretty easy to bend, and you may have one not making contact.
To Jaffe: It's a simple job to remove the hard drive from your laptop and hook up to another computer to copy anythig off that you want to keep. I don't know what a shop in your area would charge, but it should be reasonable. As for replacing the system board, a quick Google search for "MX6448 motherboard" turned up several sources, price range $250-$300. Usually it's not worth putting a new system board into a laptop unless it's a very high-end model. You can buy basic laptops now for around $400, and you'd be getting brand-new with a warranty.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
hello, i recently helped another person with similar connection issue with nvidia graphics card. he said it needed to be on the 2 pin, spdif connector on the motherboard,near the audio chip-. i have seen this connection in between pci slots also,. not all mainboards have this, so i hope you find it! best of luck!
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
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