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HDMI not working on dell latitude E6420?

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I have dell latitude E6420, HDMI not working?
I install the video adapter driver, but still showing video card driver yellow mark,
and the HDMI not working
the tag is 12MS2Q1
thanks
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What happens when you double click the yellow exclamation mark driver...do you see any error message.


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Hi,
did you try by updating the driver through Windows Update??
run it and check the .optional drivers.. it should give you at least the basic driver to make it work..
since you said you downloaded the driver (from Dell I assume).. then double click the yellow exclamation icon and update the driver by browsing the folder where the driver got uncompressed..
good luck,
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