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First off, no - an HDMI to USB won’t work. Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. Once you have the board out, see if it is something you need to send off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
 
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off without being beingunless the device is designed to do it safely (ex: laptops) unlike Composite and Component. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be:
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off without being beingunless the device is designed to do it safely (ex: laptops) unlike Composite and Component. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be:
 
(One X?)
 
[image|1829705]
 
(One S)
 
[image|1829722]
 
The part number for the One S (based on the device selected; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159'''''. The One X being a 4K console will use a different part then the OG and S by the nature of the hardware upgrades.

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First off, no - an HDMI to USB won’t work. Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. Once you have the board out, see if it is something you need to send off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
 
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off without being being designed to do it safely (ex: laptops) unlkeunlike Composite and Component. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be:
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off without being being designed to do it safely (ex: laptops) unlkeunlike Composite and Component. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be:
 
(One X?)
 
[image|1829705]
 
(One S)
 
[image|1829722]
 
The part number for the One S (based on the device selected; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159'''''. The One X being a 4K console will use a different part then the OG and S by the nature of the hardware upgrades.

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First off, no - an HDMI to USB won’t work. Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. Once you have the board out, see if it is something you need to send off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
 
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off since HDMI is not hot plug friendly likewithout being being designed to do it safely (ex: laptops) unlke Composite and Component. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be:
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off since HDMI is not hot plug friendly likewithout being being designed to do it safely (ex: laptops) unlke Composite and Component. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be:
 
(One X?)
 
[image|1829705]
 
(One S)
 
[image|1829722]
 
The part number for the One S (based on the device selected; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159'''''. The One X being a 4K console will use a different part then the OG and S by the nature of the hardware upgrades.

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First off, no - an HDMI to USB won’t work. Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. Once you have the board out, see if it is something you need to send off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
 
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off since HDMI is not hot plug friendly like Composite and Component. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be:
 
(OG?) [image|1829705]One X?)
(OG?) [image|1829705]One X?)
 
(One S) [image|1829722[image|1829705]
(One S) [image|1829722[image|1829705]
 
The(One S)

[image|1829722]

The
part number for the One S (based on the devicedevice selected; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159'''''. The One X being a 4K console will use a different part then the OG and S by the nature of the hardware upgrades.
The(One S)

[image|1829722]

The
part number for the One S (based on the devicedevice selected; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159'''''. The One X being a 4K console will use a different part then the OG and S by the nature of the hardware upgrades.

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First off, no - an HDMI to USB won’t work. Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. Once you have the board out, see if it is something you need to send off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
 
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off since HDMI is not hot plug friendly like Composite and Component. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example)be:
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off since HDMI is not hot plug friendly like Composite and Component. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example)be:
 
[image|1829705(OG?) [image|1829705]
[image|1829705(OG?) [image|1829705]
 
[image|1829722(One S) [image|1829722]
[image|1829722(One S) [image|1829722]
 
The part number for the One S (based on the device; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159'''''.

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First off, no - an HDMI to USB won’t work. Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. Once you have the board out, see if it is something you need to send off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
 
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off since HDMI is not hot plug friendly like Composite and CompoentComponent. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example):
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off since HDMI is not hot plug friendly like Composite and CompoentComponent. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example):
 
[image|1829705]
 
[image|1829722]
 
The part number for the One S (based on the device; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159'''''.

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編集者: Nick ,

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First off, no - an HDMI to USB won’t work. Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. Once you have the board out, see if it is something you need to send off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
 
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off since HDMI is not hot plug friendly like Composite and Compoent. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example):
 
[image|1829705]
 
[image|1829720image|1829722]
[image|1829720image|1829722]
 
The part number for the One S (based on the device; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159'''''.

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編集者: Nick ,

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First off, no - an HDMI to USB won’t work. Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. Once you have the board out, see if it is something you need to send off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
 
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off since HDMI is not hot plug friendly like Composite and Compoent. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example):
 
[image|1829705]
 
[image|1829720]
 
The part number for the One S (based on the device; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159'''''.

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編集者: Nick ,

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First off, no - an HDMI to USB won’t work. Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. Once you have the board out, see if it is something you need to send off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
 
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the resistorsthe components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off since HDMI is not hot plug friendly like Composite and Compoent. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example):
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the resistorsthe components around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off since HDMI is not hot plug friendly like Composite and Compoent. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example):
 
[image|1829705]
 
The part number for the One S (based on the device; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159'''''.

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DependingFirst off, no - an HDMI to USB won’t work. Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
DependingFirst off, no - an HDMI to USB won’t work. Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. Once you have the board out, see if it is something you need to send off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
 
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the resistors around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off since HDMI is not hot plug friendly like Composite and Compoent. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example):
 
[image|1829705]
 
The part number for the One S (based on the device; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159'''''.

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Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. Once you have the board out, see if it is something you need to send off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
 
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the resistors around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device offoff since HDMI is not hot plug friendly like Composite and Compoent. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example):
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the resistors around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device offoff since HDMI is not hot plug friendly like Composite and Compoent. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example):
 
[image|1829705]
 
The part number for the One S (based on the device; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159'''''.

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編集者: Nick ,

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Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. Once you have the board out, see if it is something you need to send off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
 
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the resistors around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example): [image|1829705]
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the resistors around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example): [image|1829705]
 
The[image|1829705]

The
part number for the One S (based on the device; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159.'''''75DP159'''''.
The[image|1829705]

The
part number for the One S (based on the device; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159.'''''75DP159'''''.

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編集者: Nick ,

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Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. Once you have the board out, see if it is something you need to send off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
 
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the resistors around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example): [image|1829705]

The part number for the One S (based on the device; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159.'''''
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the resistors around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off. The location varies based on the console revision you have (OG/S/X) but in general this is where it will be (One S board used as an example): [image|1829705]

The part number for the One S (based on the device; use common sense for the OG and X) is '''''75DP159.'''''

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編集者: Nick ,

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Depending on the damage, you will need to replace the HDMI connector on the console which is a surface mount job. Much like the 360, the One does not turn on without a good HDMI connection and this has likely carried to the revised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. Once you have the board out, see if it is something you need to send off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
 
If the port looks okay, you will need to check the resistors around the connector and the HDMI IC. These can be damaged when HDMI is “hot plugged” without turning the device off.

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You need to repairDepending on the HDMI portdamage, you will need to usereplace the Xbox again. If you do not plug an HDMI cable intoconnector on the original Xbone,console which is a surface mount job. Much like the console360, the One does not turn on. It's pretty much safe to assumeon without a good HDMI connection and this washas likely carried over to the S/Xrevised systems.
You need to repairDepending on the HDMI portdamage, you will need to usereplace the Xbox again. If you do not plug an HDMI cable intoconnector on the original Xbone,console which is a surface mount job. Much like the console360, the One does not turn on. It's pretty much safe to assumeon without a good HDMI connection and this washas likely carried over to the S/Xrevised systems.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. It should be noted this is an SMD repair job so if youOnce you have doubts you can replace it without making the problem worseboard out, see if it should be sentis something you need to a professional for repairsend off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. It should be noted this is an SMD repair job so if youOnce you have doubts you can replace it without making the problem worseboard out, see if it should be sentis something you need to a professional for repairsend off to someone more capable or if you can handle it.

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You need to repair the HDMI port to use the Xbox again. If you do not plug an HDMI cable into the original Xbone, the console does not turn on. It's pretty much safe to assume this design carrieswas carried over to the S/X.
You need to repair the HDMI port to use the Xbox again. If you do not plug an HDMI cable into the original Xbone, the console does not turn on. It's pretty much safe to assume this design carrieswas carried over to the S/X.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [guide|89141|here]. It should be noted this is an SMD repair job so if you have doubts you can replace it without making the problem worse it should be sent to a professional for repair.

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You need to repair the HDMI port to use the Xbox again. If you do not plug an HDMI cable into the original Xbone, the console does not turn on and it'son. It's pretty much safe to assume this design carries over to the S/X.
You need to repair the HDMI port to use the Xbox again. If you do not plug an HDMI cable into the original Xbone, the console does not turn on and it'son. It's pretty much safe to assume this design carries over to the S/X.
 
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Xbox+One+S+Motherboard+Replacement/89141|hereguide|89141|here]. It should be noted this is an SMD repair job so if you have doubts you can replace it without making the problem worse it should be sent to a professional for repair.
The guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Xbox+One+S+Motherboard+Replacement/89141|hereguide|89141|here]. It should be noted this is an SMD repair job so if you have doubts you can replace it without making the problem worse it should be sent to a professional for repair.

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You need to repair the HDMI port to use the Xbox again. If you do not plug an HDMI cable into the original Xbone, the console does not turn on and it's safe to assume this design carries over to the S/X.
 
ThisThe guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Xbox+One+S+Motherboard+Replacement/89141|here]. It should be noted this is a surface mount repair. Ifan SMD repair job so if you have any doubts if you can doreplace it yourself, havewithout making the port professionally replacedproblem worse it should be sent to a professional for repair.
ThisThe guide needed for motherboard removal can be found [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Xbox+One+S+Motherboard+Replacement/89141|here]. It should be noted this is a surface mount repair. Ifan SMD repair job so if you have any doubts if you can doreplace it yourself, havewithout making the port professionally replacedproblem worse it should be sent to a professional for repair.

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You need to repair the HDMI port to use the Xbox again. If you do not plug an HDMI cable into the original Xbone, the console does not turn on and it's safe to assume this design carries over to the S/X.

This is a surface mount repair. If you have any doubts if you can do it yourself, have the port professionally replaced.

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