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JamieDannielle
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Hp pavilion 23 all in one PC screen broken

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HP pavilion 23 Aio PC

I broke the screen on my Hp pavilion 23 all in one pc model no:23-1030 and need a quick fix. I need to know how to do one of the 3 so I can do work today. The screen is completely shattered so you cannot see anything on it. 

 

1. How to hook up another monitor to mirror or duplicate the image on the broken screen.

 

2. I found the same computer and size for sale but different model number instead of 23-1030 it is 23-G101. would that screen work to replace on my screen or would my hard drive fit on that computer to switch everything over. 

 

3. If I buy a completely new desktop that is completely different how do I switch documents, office and media over to new computer. 

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@JamieDannielle I'm afraid this product/model doesn't have an option to output video onto an alternate monitor: click here to verify

In my opinion its better to have the screen repaired or replaced as the same may cause other internal damage to the other components of your device, that said, we don't have an option to add a screen from another model to this device, you could try such things at your own discretion.

And to switch documents from one device to another, you can either remove the hard drive from the computer and connect it to the other device via an external USB caddy or contact a local tech to have him to the same for you.

 

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