Windows 10 Windows Upgrade Issue

kemical

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#21
Well if you cannot find any windows 10 versions use windows 8.1 instead. They should work but any problems post back.
 


#22
How do I actually install these drivers though? And I am having no luck at all with a boot usb, as after pressing all the function keys at the top of my keyboard it is remaining in the same state @kemical
 


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How do I actually install these drivers though? And I am having no luck at all with a boot usb, as after pressing all the function keys at the top of my keyboard it is remaining in the same state @kemical
So ..wait Did you get the screen working?

Can you boot into the Bios and configure the machine to boot from USB?
 


#24
No, I tried pressing the function buttons to get into the bios but I still can't see my screen and it is still rebooting, I thought I might have to install the drivers first or something. What do you think? @kemical
 


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#25
Apparently F2 will get you into the Bios. Do you have any install disks/USB for windows at all?
 


#26
I just have my windows 10 one, as my windows 8.1 came pre installed @kemical
 


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#27
Try pressing F2 when booting to get into the bios.
 


#28
I just did that then and nothing else has happened, it's still doing the same thing @kemical
 


kemical

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#29
I wonder why your screen won't show a signal.. They are all like normal monitors right? Are you sure you have connected up correctly? Try changing outputs if there's a choice
 


#30
I have used 3 different hdmi cables, 2 vgas and 4 screens but nothing is working:( @kemical
 


kemical

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#31
If the machine is still under warranty then I'd give HP a call and see if they can offer some help. If you cannot even see a signal on the monitor then something is clearly wrong with a component. Give them a call and see what they say.
 


#32
I have had the computer for over 2 years so I doubt it is in warranty, but is it possible that my hard drive has failed? @kemical
 


kemical

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#33
No signal is usually graphics related. If you can't even boot into the bios then something is amiss as you should at least have access to that regardless of whats on the hdd. If you have a graphics card fitted check all connections and reseat it if necessary.
 


#34
I'm out at the minute so I will test this once I'm back @kemical
 


kemical

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#35
Ok bud let me know how you get on.
 


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#36
I gotta nip out too.. :)
 


#37
Well I will keep in touch and if nothing works I'm not sure what I will do @kemical
 


kemical

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#38
Hopefully we will sort it out.. Don't give up yet.. :)
 


#39
Surely it can't be anything serious though @kemical
 


#40
I'm back now, but what is it that in looking for on my graphics card? @kemical
 


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