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Envy 750-167c No Video on power up

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Envy 750-167c
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Hi!  I am working on an Envy 750-167c system where there is no video when powered on.  I can't seem to get to BIOS or anything.  When It was brought to me, it booted once with video and worked just fine.  When I tried to boot every time since, there is no video.  I have disconnected everything except MB/CPU/RAM, still no go.  I tried putting in another video card (EVGA GeForce 210) and get a 3:3 beep code, which I understand is normal until a setting is changed in BIOS.  I can't get to BIOS, or at least can't see it, because the on board video doesn't seem to work.  I have tried both HDMI ports on the MB.  It is running Windows 10, but I have only confirmed it booting that far once.  I haven't noticed any LED flashing anywhere.  Other things that have been checked : video cable & monitor switched out for known good, mouse & keyboard switched for known good.  

 

I realize it is an older system, but I would be happy if I can get the GeForce to work since it is just needed for office work.

 

I would appreciate any help.  Thank you!

 

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Welcome to HP Community

 

I have gone through your Post and I appreciate all your efforts n diagnosing this issue

 

Unfortunately this seems to be a Hardware issue since you are unable to get to the BIOS as well

 

I suggest you contact HP Support for Service Options


Click on this link - www.hp.com/contacthp/ and select your Country to get the Contact details for HP Support

 

Thank you

 

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