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ztekdesign
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g7-1075dx - no display

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I have a HP pavilion g7 LF157UA that the display stopped working on it. I did a hard reset and the display started working again. It worked for a few days. Now the hard reset is not working to revive it again.

 

I tried to plug in a monitor and tried using the HDMI port. You can hear the computer power up and fans come on. Just nothing on the display at anytime. I also tried shining a flashlight at the screen. Can't see anything.

 

What do I do next?

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Dusty27
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Re: g7-1075dx - no display

Hello,

Unfortunately it appears likely to be a graphics card or other hardware related issue. Repair will be needed.

You can also try reseating your memory just to see if that is the issue but usually is not.  You may call 1-800-HP-INVENT for further hardware assistance. Thanks!

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ztekdesign
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Re: g7-1075dx - no display

Knowing that I can't get an external motitor or HDMI port to work that would mean the Graphics Chip is bad and the mother board needs replacement correct?

 

I also already tried re-seating the memory and also tried startup with only one memory chip at a time.

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Re: g7-1075dx - no display

Likley needs a motherboard replacement as the graphics card is integrated. Yes. Sorry.

 

Thanks

 

 

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