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Pavllion All in One 22-b013w
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Hello! 

 

I've recently bought an HP Pavillion-All in one PC Model No: 22-b013w.The shopkeeper told me that this pc can also be used as a TV or Gaming monitor through HDMI.As there are no buttons available except the power button, I couldn't figure out how to change the modes. I have been searching on google but there are results for the models which have buttons with them.So I wanted to know how to change the mode as I have a console (PS4) and I wanted my pc to work as a monitor for it. 

 

Hope that I'll get the reply soon.

Thanks. 

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Some HP AIO can connect a gaming console to the HDMI as an input.  Not all can do that.  Here is a document showing "How to" if yours happens to be one that accommodates the gaming console in that manner.

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03367952

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That file does not work, this type of computer only has one button and it is the on and off, there is no option to change the screen mode... If you already found a solution that really works, i need the link please.

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Other than the link in my previous post, I cannot find any indication on where the button might be.  It might be a keyboard key, but I have no good source to find out.  Typically the button could be on the underneath edge.

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