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Thanks a lot for the -1 comment on a rather simple beginners question. So helpful. As a grown up, I would have read the question, and if I thought it was stupid, I would simply move on without needed to lash out. I'm sure some people are happy I didn't do that kind of thing when I was on here before. I mean, if you don't understand differential ...


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If you plug in your pi's microSD card in a computer, the boot partition gets mounted as a disk and you can edit the config.txt file and reenable HDMI. https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/boot_folder.md


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