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Asus VIVO PC VM42

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Swiper, May 14, 2015.

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  1. Swiper

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    Asus VIVO PC VM42 hardware ( has windows 8.1)
    trying to use this as a 'remotely only' connected PC
    just want to have it connected to power and network cable
    problem is , the computer boots up and such and I can see the computer on in teamviewer but the display is black only
    if i boot it up without vga it gives me 1 long - 3short beeps ( vga not connected ) error code but the computer still appears to boot up but i can not see it either with vncviewer / teamviewr or even rdp

    anyone know how i can get this damn PC to boot up like any other PC without a monitor atached so i can just remote into as i please ?

    i could not see anything in BIOS but i may have missed it


    thanks


    I also e-mailed Asus tech support
    pretty sure not gonna get a response
    what computer in the world allows you to boot it up, appear in teamviewer as beingh online, but show me only a black desktop with nothing there but an ASUS box
    holy moley ,buy crap get crap i guess

    LOL
     
  2. Swiper

    Swiper Thread Starter

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    Update: managed to make some changes in BIOS to stop the beeping on boot up with no monitor connected
    seems to work with teamviwer / vnc viewer with Standard VGA driver
    but as soon as i install the Intel HD driver, that is where it all get messed up again....

    i may need to just it with crap resolution for now
    will post further if i get anywhere further with it
     
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