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TE01-1144 Setup

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Example: Envy TE01-1144
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First time setup and HDMI not recognized. Have to go to vga. Where can I make a change for hdmi?

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Probably a particular problem
if you have an HDMI output, it should be able to be used directly, without needing to connect another screen
On the other hand, and I have not yet read a solution for this
it seems that with some model, although the computer is running windows, the user has no way to access the bios!
so no more problem then?

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hi

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c07057436

Is it this model?
what is your instructor?
and what exactly is the problem?
Does the computer seem to start up fine?

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Yes, that is my model desktop. The problem was I could not get HDMI to work on setup, but had to get a VGA cable and use another monitor. Once I did that I had to connect a second monitor which was HDMI ( at the same time ) to get display for HDMI to work. Kind of a convoluted process to setup a new computer. HP should have had this bug worked out in the BIOS software to recognize which monitor was connected. I could not get to bios to make any changes.

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Probably a particular problem
if you have an HDMI output, it should be able to be used directly, without needing to connect another screen
On the other hand, and I have not yet read a solution for this
it seems that with some model, although the computer is running windows, the user has no way to access the bios!
so no more problem then?

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