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i have a hp mini 110 .Its vga port is not working

i have a hp mini 110 .Its vga port is not working. When connects to the monitor it didn't get any input and its light keep flashing

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i had a hp mini 110. it died long ago.

I'd shop around for another to replace this one. I take it the usual FnFkey didn't work either.

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Probable bad video port

The mini 1010 is pretty old so it's very likely it got hosed. The other check is to verify the drivers are current and engaged. Check the control panel and find NO red/yellow flags next to a device. Alas, over time drivers or basic OS issues become more fragrant, so reloading the OS itself maybe required if nothing else works. That doesn't exclude any h/w failure which I point first, that port maybe bad to include its own board. this is usually a mtrbd. problem relating to the video port, thus if that's the cause then only a mtrbd. replacement will do. along those lines just get another mini 1010. if by chance you installed incorrect drivesr because the mini itself comes in various models and only the tag/sticker is the correct way to help resolve this to get the right drivers, etc...

tada -----Willy Happy

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