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If your talking about your laptop then try hooking it up with an external monitor via VGA.... if you still see nothing on the external display then you might as well send it in for warranty (if applicable)
hello i just tried hooking it up with hdmi and its not working. i will try hooking it with vga and see.thank you very much
    
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Changing outputs won't work unless the laptop is one of those that have a much slower (but more energy efficient) integrated GPUs. The GPU for all intents and purposes, is bricked. The firmware is corrupted and it cannot start, so it doesn't matter which output you use.

Since this is a laptop, you can't easily add a secondary card to use for your display while you flash the bricked card. If you can get the steps right, you can do a blind flash in DOS, but it can be pretty tricky considering you've never done it on this particular setup before.
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Changing outputs won't work unless the laptop is one of those that have a much slower (but more energy efficient) integrated GPUs. The GPU for all intents and purposes, is bricked. The firmware is corrupted and it cannot start, so it doesn't matter which output you use.

Since this is a laptop, you can't easily add a secondary card to use for your display while you flash the bricked card. If you can get the steps right, you can do a blind flash in DOS, but it can be pretty tricky considering you've never done it on this particular setup before.
yea man ur completely right. am thinking to buy expresscard to pcie and connect an external card and a power supply but it will be pricy. the best idea is to return it in msi i think i have 3 years warranty. my lap is about to close 2 years. does msi has a good service? they gonna fix it or put me an old card and thats it.? and after some monthsi will have problems
    
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You can try buying a USB video card and see if you can get video out onto an external monitor. Then you can try re-flashing the onboard GPU.
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You can try buying a USB video card and see if you can get video out onto an external monitor. Then you can try re-flashing the onboard GPU.
omg ur right

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/USB-Graphics-C...ht_2522wt_1026


is this one good for me?? plug and play?
    
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If you're in the UK you can come to my house and I will flash it back for you, I have a spare PCI-E slot. Im in Suffolk BTW.
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do u know if theres any converter from desktop pcie to laptop pcie?
    
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