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Can I use my HP Pavilion All-in-One 27-a010 as a monitor for a laptop?

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HP Pavilion All-in-One - 27-a010
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I know for the model I have, the HDMI is only output. It does not allow for video to come in like other All-in-one computers. Is it possible to use a HDMI to USB cord to use my All-in-one as a monitor? If so, do I need to install some sort of program or driver? 

 

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@andmanwolf wrote:

I know for the model I have, the HDMI is only output.....


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No, it only has HDMI out port, you can't use is as a monitor. It is a hardware option, software won't fix it and you can't change it without its board.

 

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