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IfWhy is it that some people ask for specs? Knowing that does what exactly? As I have asked pretty much every Tech guy I’ve ever talked to. If your PC turns on fan and all, especially if the lights you refer to are on the front of the pc, that should mean your Pc is actually working and you just don’ see it. Sounds like your graphic card isn’t working or at least the problem is the video output and not the rest of the Pc. However your method of fixing the issue could be part of your current difficulty. Try resetting the pc. Turn it off and open it up make sure it’s clean of dust and check every connection (the HDD memory , disk drive, ect, even your SATA connections. Then pull the battery out for a minute, it should be the only one in there. This resets the BIOS. Now put the battery in, start it up. Use a regular monitor to check if you’re getting the signal from the pc. If that doesn’t work I’ll need more info from you.
IfWhy is it that some people ask for specs? Knowing that does what exactly? As I have asked pretty much every Tech guy I’ve ever talked to. If your PC turns on fan and all, especially if the lights you refer to are on the front of the pc, that should mean your Pc is actually working and you just don’ see it. Sounds like your graphic card isn’t working or at least the problem is the video output and not the rest of the Pc. However your method of fixing the issue could be part of your current difficulty. Try resetting the pc. Turn it off and open it up make sure it’s clean of dust and check every connection (the HDD memory , disk drive, ect, even your SATA connections. Then pull the battery out for a minute, it should be the only one in there. This resets the BIOS. Now put the battery in, start it up. Use a regular monitor to check if you’re getting the signal from the pc. If that doesn’t work I’ll need more info from you.

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If your PC turns on fan and all, especially if the lights you refer to are on the front of the pc, that should mean your Pc is actually working and you just don’ see it. Sounds like your HDMI cable may be defective or your graphicgraphic card isn’t workingworking or at least the problem is the video output and not the rest of the Pc. However your method of fixing the issue could be part of your current difficulty. Try resetting the pc. Turn it off and open it up make sure it’s clean of dust and check every connection (the HDD memory , disk drive, ect, even your SATA connections. Then pull the battery out for a minute, it should be the only one in there. This resets the BIOS. Now put the battery in, start it up. Use a regular monitor to check if you’re getting the signal from the pc. If that doesn’t work I’ll need more info from you.
If your PC turns on fan and all, especially if the lights you refer to are on the front of the pc, that should mean your Pc is actually working and you just don’ see it. Sounds like your HDMI cable may be defective or your graphicgraphic card isn’t workingworking or at least the problem is the video output and not the rest of the Pc. However your method of fixing the issue could be part of your current difficulty. Try resetting the pc. Turn it off and open it up make sure it’s clean of dust and check every connection (the HDD memory , disk drive, ect, even your SATA connections. Then pull the battery out for a minute, it should be the only one in there. This resets the BIOS. Now put the battery in, start it up. Use a regular monitor to check if you’re getting the signal from the pc. If that doesn’t work I’ll need more info from you.

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SoundsIf your PC turns on fan and all, especially if the lights you refer to are on the front of the pc, that should mean your Pc is actually working and you just don’ see it. Sounds like your HDMI cable may be defectivedefective or your graphic card isn’t working. However your method of fixing the issue could be part of your current difficulty. Try resetting the pc. Turn it off and open it up make sure it’s clean of dust and check every connection (the HDD memory , disk drive, ect, even your SATA connections. Then pull the battery out for a minute, it should be the only one in there. This resets the BIOS. Now put the battery in, start it up. Use a regular monitor to check if you’re getting the signal from the pc. If that doesn’t work I’ll need more info from you.
SoundsIf your PC turns on fan and all, especially if the lights you refer to are on the front of the pc, that should mean your Pc is actually working and you just don’ see it. Sounds like your HDMI cable may be defectivedefective or your graphic card isn’t working. However your method of fixing the issue could be part of your current difficulty. Try resetting the pc. Turn it off and open it up make sure it’s clean of dust and check every connection (the HDD memory , disk drive, ect, even your SATA connections. Then pull the battery out for a minute, it should be the only one in there. This resets the BIOS. Now put the battery in, start it up. Use a regular monitor to check if you’re getting the signal from the pc. If that doesn’t work I’ll need more info from you.

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Sounds like your HDMI cable may be defective. However your method of fixing the issue could be part of your current difficulty. Try resetting the pc.  Turn it off and open it up make sure it’s clean of dust and check every connection (the HDD memory , disk drive,  ect, even your SATA connections. Then pull the battery out for a minute, it should be the only one in there. This resets the BIOS. Now put the battery in, start it up. Use a regular monitor to check if you’re getting the signal from the pc. If that doesn’t work I’ll need more info from you.

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