Laptop with no screen and clean hard drive doesn't project any signal to the TV.

Mar 17, 2018
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I have broken the screen on my Msi ge70 apache pro laptop, and have been since projecting it with hdmi to my TV. I then felt the need to reset the pc, as it seemed filled with viruses and was getting slower. Durin the reset, the computer wasnt projecting anything,so i turned it off and on again( I know, huge mistake) and then it was stuck in a loop. I wiped my hard drive on a friend's desktop. Then,I got the USB stick with windows 10 installation, from the media creation tool. But when I turn on my computer,It doesn't project anything to the tv. So I'm not able to go into the BIOS or the windows installation. Any thing I can do? A new monitor is not an option.
 
Try using an external monitor, not a TV. Connect it while the laptop is off, turn on the monitor and then turn on the laptop. It should show then. NOTE: Don't connect via HDMI for this. That is part of the issue.

Should it still not work, then you will need to replace the attached display.
 
Try using an external monitor, not a TV. Connect it while the laptop is off, turn on the monitor and then turn on the laptop. It should show then. NOTE: Don't connect via HDMI for this. That is part of the issue.

Should it still not work, then you will need to replace the attached display.
 
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Thanks for the reply!
I have previously tried with an external monitor, but only using HDMI. Should I use VGA?
 
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