I only see two spots that I have already been trying. I'm not sure where else I can plug in. Sorry. A little computer impaired here. The two spots are side by side and I have tried each one.
AFAIK, all Aurora-R6 shipped with some kind of dedicated video card pre-installed (on the USA website anyway).
The Aurora-R6 PDF manual should show both the built-in and (separate) dedicated video card locations.
Yes, I am in the lower one. When I plug it in, "HDMI input" flashes on screen; but, when I restart, I get the same error message. I'm ready to give up. You have been very helpful and I appreciate it.
1. Yes, I am in the lower one.
2. I'm ready to give up.
3. You have been very helpful and I appreciate it.
1. That sounds correct. Try the upper built-in one also (might get-you-by for a while).
2. I suggest you take a break. Do you have any friends or family that know a little about computers? Ask them to bring a plain 3-6ft HDMI cable with them.
3. Sure no problem. I've been in your place many times.
How many HDMI inputs are on the back of the monitor? If it's more than one, are you sure your monitor is on the input that's actually connected to the PC?
Edit: I just checked your monitor's manual. Seems you only have one HDMI and one VGA port on the back. I assume the monitor was working fine before then just stopped receiving a signal? If you haven't changed anything with the PC hardware prior to this happening, try swapping the HDMI cable with another known good one and see if you get a signal.