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"400-314" PC graphics card installation

Pavilion 400-314
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

My HP 400-314 did not come with a HDMI port which I would like to conect to my new 32" TV and I was interested in having better quality graphics.  To my surprise when I took the computer case cover off, there were no expansion slots and no apparent capability to add any expansion cards and the existing graphic card appears to be integral to the motherboard. 

 

So the question is how do I add a graphic card to this computer?

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"400-314" PC graphics card installation

@wlmostia, welcome to the forum.

 

StarTech (www.StarTech.com) has USB 2.0 video adapters and USB 2.0 to HDMI adapters that will do what you need.  You can contact their Tech Support for help with choosing the best option for your system.  They make very good products.

 

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