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I have been having a similar issue with a mini 110c 1105dx. Sometimes on startup I get the F9/F10 options come up but I can't select either of them. On other occasions the screen is blank. The caps lock led comes flashes once and the power and wifi lights stay on, no HD activity. I have updated the BIOS and tried pulling the battery and power, then holding the power switch for at least 15 seconds to clear the BIOS. Eventually several rounds of this result in walking away from it and sometimes it comes to life and boots normally. When it does start up there are no problems. It just mostly seems to happen when the pc has been shutdown. I've run diagnostics and nothing comes up wrong. Any suggestions are welcome.


I have 2 Hp Mini. 110-1100CTO and 110-1116NR. They both boot with checksum error and freeze at HP f9 f10 splash screen. I disassembled them both and rebuilt, attaching 1 piece of hardware at a time. I connected an external monitor and usb mouse. What I found is when the LVDS cable from the mini display is connected to the motherboard the mini will freeze at the f9 f10 HP screen. When it is disconnected, I can boot fine to an external display. I tried swapping the mini displays and receive the same result. I upgraded the BIOS on the 110-1100CTO from F.18 to F.19 and received the same result. I upgraded the BIOS on the 110-1116NR from F.17 to F.19 and recieved the same result. I am hoping someone can help find the resolution to the display issue on the HP mini, since HP does not want to address it. ???????


I continued with troubleshooting the HP mini startup problem and disconnected the webcam. The mini booted with the LVDS cable connected. I reconnected the webcam and the mini continues to boot with the LVDS cable connected. So, after re-seating all hardware and re-connecting all cables the HP mini has been booting fine.....................


Computers are getting smaller. If you're in the market for a new desktop PC, it makes sense to consider the new line of mini PCs over a giant tower. But apart from their serious power in a compact package, there are a few things you should know.


For years, mini PCs have been mocked as something that would never hold up to the computing power a typical consumer needs. And that was true for several years. But the recent strides in technology have changed that. For now, the things that make mini PCs small don't make them any less powerful.


A Ready To Go kit also includes the hard drive and RAM, as well as an operating system of your choice. This type of mini PC is ready to be used as soon as you take it out of the box. The Ready To Go mini PC is ideal for anyone who wants to start afresh. With Intel NUCs, you'll mostly get these from third-party vendors like the E-ITX Intel NUC5i5RYK Core i5 NUC System. Both types of units come with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, and other such parts pre-installed.


When you buy a mini PC, you only get the mini PC, nothing else. You will need to buy a keyboard and mouse, a monitor to hook it up to, and speakers to get sound. Of course, those are the basic peripherals you will need, but you can go wild and get much more. Again, you can reuse your old monitor, keyboard, mouse, and speakers as long as they are compatible with the mini PC.


For monitors: The mini PC only has a mini-HDMI output, so your monitor will need an HDMI port. Also, check if your mini PC comes with a mini-HDMI-to-HDMI cable. Otherwise, you'll need to buy that. If your monitor doesn't have an HDMI port, you'll need an HDMI-to-DVI converter. If that sounds like gibberish, here's a quick explanation of video ports. Also, if you are buying a new one, look for a VESA-compatible monitor in case you want to mount your mini PC on your monitor in the future.


Unlike a tower PC, the number of things you can upgrade in a mini PC is severely limited. The smaller size means that the motherboard does not have as many slots for different parts, nor is there any physical room available to




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