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Recently I've received a RPi 3 - model B on which I installed Raspbian. After configuring the OS and adding some stuff I've shut down the Pi. Next day I took it with me to school, from there on all screens I've tried (4 types) said no HDMI input found.

I've used:

  • hdmi_force_hotplug=1
  • hdmi_drive=2
  • config_hdmi_boost=6 (and 4)
  • hdmi_safe=1

I can confirm the SD is ok, inserted it into another Pi 3 at school, worked great. Also the ethernet port 'works' (both leds work)

Does anybody have a suggetstion? Please?

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    Have you tried using different HDMI leads? Does the HDMI port look on the Pi look normal? Did the Pi work correctly before being taken to school? – Darth Vader Apr 19 '16 at 16:56
  • I've tried 4 HDMI cables, of which I've used one before. HDMI port looks OK. Pi worked as expected – T ter Haar Apr 19 '16 at 19:40
  • I guess it got damaged on its trip to school. – Darth Vader Apr 19 '16 at 20:09
  • Could it...? I've protected it by putting the Pi in its original box and I didn't throw my bag around or anything like that :/ Also the pi is in a casing – T ter Haar Apr 19 '16 at 21:47
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After a quick call to the company that sold them they asked me to send it back. It's probably a real HDMI defect...

Thank you for your support!

  • Best guess is something in the HDMI connector broke when you plugged it in or pulled it out. Sometimes the defects don't appear until they're strained once or twice. – Jacobm001 Apr 27 '16 at 15:53

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