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Hi Brett. I think you may have solved your problem, but have you checked to make sure your TV source is set to HDMI? If it is set manually to, say VGA, your graphics output from the HDMI port on your computer will go to the tv and the tv will display nothing. If that does not work, try re-seating your graphics card. Sometimes re-seating the GPU may resolve minor display issues. Worst case scenario, it is also possible that the HDMI cable or HDMI connector on your computer graphics card might be damaged.
 
Also, just so you know, desktop motherboard bios batteries, Cr2032,batteries (Cr2032 button cell batteries) usually last close to 10 years before they need to be replaced. If you ever have this problem in the future, don't bother buying a new cmos battery unless you are restoring a historic computer :D.
Also, just so you know, desktop motherboard bios batteries, Cr2032,batteries (Cr2032 button cell batteries) usually last close to 10 years before they need to be replaced. If you ever have this problem in the future, don't bother buying a new cmos battery unless you are restoring a historic computer :D.

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Hi Brett. I think you may have solved your problem, but have you checked to make sure your TV source is set to HDMI? If it is set manually to, say VGA, your graphics output from the HDMI port on your computer will go to the tv and the tv will display nothing. If that does not work, try re-seating your graphics card. Sometimes re-seating the GPU may resolve minor display issues. Worst case scenario, it is also possible that the HDMI cable or HDMI connector on your computer graphics card might be damaged.

Also, just so you know, desktop motherboard bios batteries, Cr2032, usually last close to 10 years before they need to be replaced. If you ever have this problem in the future, don't bother buying a new cmos battery unless you are restoring a historic computer :D.

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