Attaching A Broken, Faulty, No Display Testing Screen Laptop To An External Monitor
If you having a broken, faulty, or may be a no display problematic laptop by your side then it’s important to connect your laptop to some external monitor to check all the necessary function or hardware is works properly or not.
It’s easy to connect your laptop to an external monitor as long as your laptop isn’t broken from the inside:
That means as long as your laptop boot up nicely and gives you the perfect start up sound like, windows opening sound or system boot up beeps etc. that does clarify your laptop is works properly beside the broken or Un-displayed screen.
So, doesn’t worry about it ‘cos in this tutorial I’m gonna show you how to do it in a right way:
So, Connecting your laptop to the monitor requires a video cable like VGA or HDMI cable, according to your laptop compatibility so, make sure you have it.
Step1 – Turn off your laptop and the monitor also, if the power is Turned ON.
Step 2 – Plug the one side of video cable to your laptop and the other one to the monitor.
Step 3 – Power on your monitor.
Step 4 – Turn on your laptop and hit the “Fn” key and “external monitor” key both at the same time for 2-3 sec until the display switches to the external monitor and that’s it.
If your laptop display doesn’t switch to the external monitor then wait for your laptop to completely opens up.
I know you aren’t able to see anything but you can try to listen and recognize the laptops starts up sounds and when you think your laptop starts completely, then try to hit “Fn” key and “external monitor” key both at the same time for 2-3 sec again to make it works this time.
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