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I am a former World of Warcraft gamer. Technically, I’m a current player. I just haven’t logged in for a while. I know how monotonous grinding can be. Kill 10 of these to earn this token. Skin 20 of these to get another reward. Sometimes, you just want to loot without having to waste time killing mobs, one-by-one.

I am a former World of Warcraft gamer. Technically, I’m a current player. I just haven’t logged in for a while. I know how monotonous grinding can be. Kill 10 of these to earn this token. Skin 20 of these to get another reward. Sometimes, you just want to loot without having to waste time killing mobs, one-by-one.

Loot Hero is a role-playing “grind fest” that takes the boring parts out and leaves you with nothing but super fast kills and lots of rewards…

Design

There are five different worlds with different themes and characters. Fight orcs and goblins in the Woods, Ratmen in the Desert, undead armies in the Jungle, snow trolls in the Snowy Plains, and the dragon clan in the Volcano. The fearsome dragon is at the end of the fifth world.

Once you’ve slain the first dragon at the end of the fifth world, you will be upgraded. The enemies will become harder to kill, but they will also offer more loot. Ridiculous amounts of loot.

Gameplay

The only thing you have to do to fight in this game is touch the left or right side of the screen. Touch the right side to move forward and touch the left side to go back. When you approach an enemy, you will automatically attack it, so you won’t have to trigger any special abilities, focus any spells, or aim any arrows. Just run. There will be hordes of bad guys, but if you keep upgrading your stats, you will be able to plow through them like a lawn mower through summer grass.

To keep your stats high, you should pay to upgrade them regularly. You will earn gold for each enemy you kill. Every few seconds in the game, a store will appear where you can buy stats upgrades. Use that gold to purchase incremental increases to your attack, critical hit chance, defense, and speed. There are four tiers of upgrades, each with nine levels. Once you’ve mastered all upgrades, your stats will continue to increase, but you won’t see a change in the tier or level (or cost).

There appears to be an issue where your character gets so fast that he is no longer viewable on the screen. This makes him very difficult to control and causes you to die a lot at higher difficulty levels. I recommend leveling your speed stats significantly less often than the rest of them. At least four levels lower than what the rest of your stats are at. Only increase your speed as you feel you can keep up with the attacks.

Enemies replenish infinitely, so you can go back and kill monsters over and over and over until you’ve earned enough loot to upgrade your knight. Don’t spend too much time on any one level though. Once you kill the dragon, rewards will be greater and it will be easier to earn enough gold to pay for your costly upgrades. I’d suggest messing around until you’ve upgraded about two levels, at least, on your stats. That way, you stay ahead of your enemies and can kill them easily without suffering too much damage.

If you do die, all you have to do is tap to revive your knight and he will respawn at the last store he passed. You will lose gold and experience points when you die, but it is very easy to earn more, as long as you keep upgrading.

If you find yourself dying too often on a level, replay earlier ones in order to earn gold and upgrade before trying the harder levels.

Whenever you kill a dragon, the next five difficulty levels will be unlocked. You can’t go back and play previous difficulties. But, you can play and replay any of the five worlds in the current tier as much as you like until you kill the dragon.

As you play the game, you will unlock achievements and collect bad guys. The monsters are saved in your Beastiary so you can track how many of each type you have killed in the game so far. In the Achievements section, you can see what you’ve accomplished, and what is next on your list.

The key to wining is to constantly be upgrading your stats whenever you have enough gold to do so. Keep your speed a bit lower than the rest of your stats so you don’t lose control of your knight and send him quickly to his death before you can see what he is doing. Keep playing until you’ve completed all of the achievements to win the game.

The Good

I was not particularly impressed with this game at first. It seemed too easy. However, after killing the dragon for a third time, the game became more interesting because it was harder to kill bad guys. Keeping my stats up became such a priority that I had a hard time putting the game down. I made it to level 50 with my knight and difficulty tier 26-30 in about an hour.

The Bad

This game really is too easy. It is fun to earn loot and level your character, but there is zero effort required on the player’s part. You literally just hold down your finger while you kill dozens of bad guys with just a poke. It is fun to play for an hour, but I don’t see myself picking it up again after today.

Value

Loot Hero costs $0.99. While the price is definitely low, the lowest you can get without being free, it is a stretch to say it is a good buy. You will probably only get about an hour’s worth of fun out of it before the game gets too repetitive (less than an hour for some). There is a small amount of replay value because you may want to change the way you increase your knight’s stats in another game, but the mechanic are the same throughout.

Conclusion

There is a part of me that wants to say, just download this game. It’s fun. You pay about a buck for a candy bar and this game will last longer than that. However, I know that iOS game players can be pretty stingy with their dollars and are used to getting more for their buck than what this game has to offer. My best recommendation is, if this game looks appealing to you, think of your dollar as going to an independent game developer. This game is available on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Download it in the App Store today.

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Forza Motorsport 7 – Xbox One/Windows 10 Digital Code

Forza Motorsport 7 ($60 on Amazon) used to feature a difficulty-based reward system. The more “Assists” you turned off (i.e. Throttle Assist, anti-lock brakes, the optimal path for your car to follow) the more credits you’d earn and the more cars you could purchase. This system was dismantled in Forza 7, replaced with Prize Crates and “Mods,” or limited-use cards that reward you for specific actions during a race. And an announcer that urges you to purchase said Prize Crates. The game was actively designed to be worse in order to cram in loot boxes.

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Microsoft also briefly killed the old VIP system. Basically, those who bought VIP in previous Forzas would always earn twice as many credits per race—a permanent paid booster, basically. Kind of gross, but that’s how it worked. For Forza Motorsport 7, Microsoft tried to replace this with five limited-use VIP cards, good for 25 races total, where credits would be doubled. After much outcry, this system was rolled back and will eventually be replaced with the old 2X booster.

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Middle-earth: Shadow of War ($60 on Amazon) goes one step further and sells you in-game items. These aren’t too dissimilar from the microtransaction-style boosters people have been forced to accept in recent years, except for the fact everything you receive is random. Loot Chests, for instance, pop out “two pieces of gear, including at least one Rare.” What pieces of gear will those be? Nobody knows! If you don’t get what you need, you’ll have to sink more money into the damnable machine and hope your luck is better the second (or third, or fourth, or fifth) time around.

Star Wars Battlefront II ($60 on Amazon) is worst of all, though. Over the weekend EA ran Battlefront II’s open beta/faux-demo, and it was the first chance for many to see how the new Star Card system works. In a word: Poorly.

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Certain Star Cards still modify a class’s equipment—say, replacing a grenade with a remote-detonated explosive—but the more problematic ones give direct boosts to a class. In space battles, for example, an X-Wing or TIE Fighter might have a card that grants a two-percent weapon damage boost.

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Cards drop from loot boxes, or “Starfighter Crates” as Battlefront calls them. (There are also “Trooper Crates” and “Allegiance Crates,” plus “Daily Crates,” which are rewarded for playing the game each day.) Cards are not rewarded based on the class you play, so if you’re unlucky you could end up with a bunch of garbage for a class you never touch. It also has made leveling meaningless—unlike Overwatch, there’s no crate reward for gaining a level, which is utterly bizarre.

Because class levels are tied to how many cards you have, and because more boxes means more chances for cards, EA is essentially giving people a chance to buy their way to better equipment—not just different equipment, like in past Battlefield games with their paid shortcuts, but straight-up better. We’re talking a gun that shoots 40 percent longer without overheating, an officer class that regenerates nearby allies’ health with 40 percent less delay, abilities that refresh 28 percent faster.

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It’s gross. It’s the exact same “Pay-to-Win” slippery slope people feared would come to pass with microtransactions (and has come to pass in certain free-to-play games) but obscured behind an additional layer of pseudo-gambling. We can talk all you want about Overwatch and its loot boxes. There are some ethical concerns there, too. But at least Overwatch is content to dole out dumb (and unnecessary) cosmetics—costumes, badges, and so on. If you get a bunch of costumes for a character you never play, well, no loss really. It doesn’t affect the game.

But Battlefront II? It’s a new low.

Loot boxes aren’t the proper solution in most cases, though. More than DLC, more than season passes, this latest trend has the potential to cause real damage to games, to ruin entire swathes of the industry. It will drive away old fans, it will fail to convert new ones, and all because a small subset of high-paying “whales” (to use the industry’s nomenclature) get guns that shoot better than the rest of us.

Doomed to repeat

Which brings me to my point: This is the “vote with your wallet” moment, and we are going to fail. Historically, that’s how this goes. We had the chance a decade ago and we screwed it up. As expansions died off and games were diced up into increasingly smaller bits and bobs, as the industry was inundated with map packs and microtransactions and pre-order bonuses and season passes and this labyrinth of post-purchase purchases, we could’ve said no. We should’ve been louder in our dissent.

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We weren’t, and it’s been a decade of exploitation. It’s been horse armor. It’s been map packs going from $5 to $10 to $15 to $20. Season passes costing almost as much as full games and then rarely (read: never, unless you’re The Witcher 3) delivering on their promises.

And now the chance has come around again. The last six months have shown that loot boxes are the future, if we’re complacent. And not just the mostly harmless Overwatch style. Those are still a trap, but at least they sanitize the spike pit before they drop you into it.

Forza 7, Shadow of War, and Star Wars Battlefront II are proof: If you don’t fight back, you will get the worst publishers have to offer. You will get pay-to-win multiplayer. You will get single-player games balanced around grinding for loot boxes. And sure, games will mask that fact. They’ll come down just barely on the proper side of the line. They’ll keep the percentages small—a 10-percent boost to damage, et cetera—to provide plausible deniability, to point to and say “Of course our games aren’t skewed toward people who spend money! We’re gamers too! We prioritize fun.”

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But deep down, you’ll know better. You’ll feel the Hand of the Market at play, meddling in the game, making it just tedious enough to tempt you. I know I’ve felt it with microtransactions. I have no reason to think loot boxes aren’t a more insidious version of the same idea. And maybe you don’t care about Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, or fancy cars, but I guarantee your favorite series (or maybe second-favorite series) is next. It’s only a matter of time with these things.

Bottom line

Again, history bears this out. We have DLC. We have microtransactions.

But this is still your best chance.

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Lessons Learned

Intranets are ideal for information retrieval, of course. But Polsky had a few problems. First, the intranet had to be designed–and maintained–by a two-person staff: Polsky and a graphic artist. That meant he had to design the intranet to minimize the amount of future work after it started to expand. Polsky wanted to allow the various departments to update their own data, without having to give them much of his own input. The second issue was his own limited development skills, which reduced some of Polsky’s design options.

After looking at Cold Fusion, a leading Web site design and management tool from Allaire Corp., of Cambridge, Mass., Polsky chose Gatsby Database Explorer from Gatsby Software Inc. in Hillsborough, N.C. The product dynamically builds a Web interface for Microsoft Access databases without HTML, CGI, or Java programming.

AT A GLANCE: Strategic Resource Solutions Corp.

The company: Based in Cary, N.C., Strategic Resource Solutions is a subsidiary of Carolina Power and Light. SRS provides systems, lighting solutions, mechanical services, support, and software to help firms control building environments and reduce energy costs. The company currently employs 500 people.

The problem: How to provide employees with immediate access to a variety of information such as ever-changing telephone lists housed in a Microsoft Access database.

The solution: An intranet that provides Web-enabled database access.

The IT infrastructure: Gatsby Database Explorer 1.0 from Gatsby Software in Hillsborough, N.C., which dynamically builds a Web interface for Microsoft Access databases without HTML, CGI, or Java programming. SRS’ intranet also uses Compaq Proliant, Microsoft Access 97, DreamWeaver 1.2, Adobe Photoshop 4.0, and custom ASPs.

Gatsby allows Webmasters such as Polsky to build data-driven intranets easily and quickly. As a kind of a poor man’s Cold Fusion, it sacrifices the glitz and some of the bells and whistles available in more customizable applications, including Drumbeat 2000 from Elementary Software and NetObjects Inc.’s Fusion. While these products permit Web-enabled database access and provide richer customization, they also tend to be more complicated to deploy and manage–something resource-strapped Web managers are looking to avoid. “They require custom creation of the interface and difficult maintenance if the database has fields or tables added or removed,” Polsky says.

Gatsby 2.0, which was developed for workgroup users, has only been available since June, so few analysts have looked at the product. Deployment, so far, is limited, though the company won’t provide sales figures. “Cold Fusion is much more flexible than Gatsby,” says David Hadfield, general manager for American Information Components, a small Microsoft Access-focused consulting firm in Loveland, Colo. “Gatsby is an interface right out of box, so you spend no time formatting a form. It has a niche no one else is getting into.”

However, while initial users such as Polsky compare Gatsby to Cold Fusion, Daniel Denning, director of marketing at Gatsby, describes the Gatsby Database Explorer as a new class of product that is most comparable to one part of the Fusion suite, the “NetObjects TeamFusion content contributor.” This is a Java applet that allows users to contribute formatted or simple text to internal data objects that have previously been created in the company’s TeamFusion client. “Cold Fusion and ASP [active server page] are scripting technologies that allow you to build custom pages,” Denning says. Gatsby lets users maintain the content that fuels custom, database-driven pages, he says.

An intranet product

Named after the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, The Great Gatsby, Gatsby Database Explorer creates a front end for editing and viewing the content of Microsoft Access tables and queries. Webmasters don’t need to build or maintain forms or reports, and databases can be viewed, searched, and edited over the Internet or through intranets.

The Gatsby interface adapts to changes made to the database by users. The software automatically builds an interface based on specific database privileges, so new code doesn’t have to be written every time a new table is added, a field is renamed, or a relationship is modified, Polsky says.

Gatsby positions its technology as an intranet product, partly because the limited interface lacks the splash most companies want on their external sites. For instance, Polsky had to turn down requests from an SRS sales manager who wanted the names of top salespeople listed on an intranet page to blink and be in purple. The Gatsby interface provides only global customization of sites, rather then customization of individual pages.

While the software lacks the power necessary for enterprise deployments, it may be the answer for smaller firms or departmental-style intranets that use Microsoft Access databases, officials say.

“Gatsby could be used by a small business with 10 or 15 concurrent users all entering information into a database,” says consultant Hadfield. “If you put Gatsby on top of Access 2000, you could probably go with an even higher number of concurrent users because the database engine in 2000 is better.”

A license for the professional edition of Gatsby Database Explorer 2.0, which allows a firm to Web-enable an unlimited number of databases and users, sells for $1,295. A license for one database on one Web site costs $395. In comparison, one license for NetObjects’ Fusion 4.0 has an estimated street price of $300; Drumbeat 2000 is $399; and Allaire’s Cold Fusion 4.0 starts at $395.

“Erick is the prototypical Gatsby user–someone who needs to put up an intranet with a limited budget, limited time, and no skills to program in Visual Basic to create and maintain Microsoft Access forms,” says Denning.

Polsky says anyone “who’s somewhat computer literate” can use the Gatsby software. “I have never received a support call about the interfaces Gatsby dynamically created,” he says.

Better ways to share information

Polsky joined SRS during a stream of acquisitions and department reorganizations, which required the firm to look for a more streamlined way to share information with its ever-expanding work force. Initially, the IT department considered using the public folders in Microsoft Exchange to dispense information.

“In no time at all, duplicated data was in various subdirectories and the owners of files would quit the company, leaving out-of-date information that could still be accessed,” says Polsky, who reports to the head of marketing/corporate communications at SRS.

SRS company officials realized they needed a better way to control how data became available throughout the company. “Otherwise, you end up with mounds of garbage,” Polsky says.

An intranet promised to solve that problem, but Polsky wasn’t sure what tact to take in developing it. He pondered using a straight HTML approach with Microsoft FrontPage. However, he was concerned that it would require individual departments to be trained on the software–something that didn’t fit in with his time frame or his budget.

It seemed a database-driven site would provide the speediest development cycle with the most flexibility. Polsky considered using the built-in ODBC connections in Access, letting the system create pages from the wizard that he would then customize. But when he tested this idea, he found it too time-consuming.

“I’d create a fairly simple page, have the wizard create the ASP scripting technology, and it would generate 1,500 lines of code,” Polsky says. “I was capable of going through the lines of code to figure out how to customize it to make it look the way I wanted. But I wasn’t willing to go through that much code.”

Another complication turned Polsky away from Allaire’s Cold Fusion. “At the time, I was not a programmer at all so I was afraid of the whole Cold Fusion solution,” Polsky says. “Colleagues I talked to said Cold Fusion was a fast tool if you knew how to use it, but I didn’t have the time to learn how.”

Since then, Polsky says he’s realized learning to put databases on the Web was vital to his survival as a Webmaster. Gatsby leveraged his existing Access skills, solving his immediate database publishing needs. “Then I could start solving problems while beginning to learn ASP,” he says. “Now that I have strong ASP skills, I still use Gatsby for many tasks. It is a tool that allows me to rapidly deploy Web database solutions.”

It’s all in what you need

Lessons learned

Re-examine your database designs before you build an intranet.

Design the intranet from the start to reduce future maintenance.

Decide where you can forgo glitz and graphics.

Put information on the intranet that guides users on how to fend for themselves.

Determine what new skills you need to develop to improve the intranet once it’s up and running.

Cold Fusion was the product of choice for Ralph Boone, the intranet development manager at Eastman-Kodak in Rochester, N.Y., when it constructed an intranet last year to join a hodgepodge of hundreds of internal sites that serve nearly 100,000 users. As the front-end application for a host of complicated applications, such as a corporate travel application that allows employees to plan business trips, Cold Fusion had the industrial strength to handle both Access and Oracle Corp. databases used by the photograph equipment company. The better graphics available through Cold Fusion were also important, since Kodak is covered heavily by the local media, according to Boone. “We wanted to put the company newsletter on the intranet in a graphically pleasing format so employees would find out company information here instead of on the six o’clock news,” he says.

The more SRS’ Polsky has learned about buildings intranets, the more he has realized the company’s intranet was poorly designed in the first iteration. “Access rewards you for being a bad database designer,” he says. “You can do all sorts of flaky things and Access provides pull-down lists as a result of doing it in a half-assed way. If you create normalized data with a relationship, Access won’t create pull-down boxes in forms, so it encourages bad habits.”

As a result, he has designed a new and better database and intends to import the content from his old databases with ease. “Using Gatsby taught me better database design through positive reinforcement,” Polsky says. “I was rewarded for good design with a more rich and navigable Web interface. I wish I had designed our intranet using the database design skills I now possess thanks to Gatsby.”

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How to Fix No HDMI Signal from Your Device [5 Tested Tips] Updating your chipset and graphics card should solve this issue easily

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Incompatible drivers and wrong sound settings can cause the no HDMI signal from your device issue.

A quick and effective way to fix this issue is to update your driver manually or with a dedicated tool.

Another effective solution is to check your HDMI connection and try other possibilities.

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HDMI is a digital audio or video interface that delivers crystal clear sound and pictures through a single cable by simplifying cabling so you can get the highest quality home theatre experience.

This uncompressed interface lets large streams of audio/video digital info be transmitted at high speed, reducing the number of cables you need to set up by way of a set-top box, DVD player, AV receiver, or an audio/video monitor like your digital TV.

When HDMI-connected components cannot recognize and communicate with each other, the HDCP encryption embedded in the signal isn’t properly recognized by one or more of the components connected. Thus you get HDMI no signal.

Speaking of HDMI issues, let’s see more related problems that our readers reported. Read on carefully; it might the same for you.

 Why is my monitor saying no HDMI signal from your device

The no HDMI signal from your device error can occur due to an outdated or faulty graphics driver. Also, this error can be down to a connection problem between the source and your PC.

You can fix this by performing some basic troubleshooting steps. Lastly, the problem with no HDMI signal from your device can be because of the wrong setting on the source. We have shown how to fix these in detail in this guide.

Moreover, here are some error variations that you may encounter, but nonetheless, fix with the solutions below:

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Windows 10 HDMI to TV no signal: This happens when your Windows 10 PC doesn’t recognize the TV HDMI).

No HDMI 1/HDMI 2 signal from your device

No HDMI signal from your device Dell monitor or Dell docking station: s2421hn/se2717h/u2419h models are commonly impacted

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HDMI weak or no signal

No HDMI signal from your device Lenovo/HP/Asus: The issue is caused by the HDMI not working on your laptop, regardless of the brand.

No HDMI signal from your device new PC

No HDMI signal from your device second monitor

No HDMI signal from your device Windows 11, Windows 10, Mac

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Laptop not sending HDMI signal to monitor

If this is the case or what you’re experiencing, then there are some solutions you can use to fix it.

How do I fix no HDMI signal from your device?

Before trying the other solutions below for the no HDMI signal from your device problem, check your HDMI connections so that they don’t slip out as they tend not to fit as snug as a component or composite video connections any slight move can make them slip out.

You can also get locks for the HDMI cables or buy self-locking cables. Most HDTV devices have multiple HDMI input ports, so it is essential that the HDMI display input source is set to the same one as the HDMI port connected to your computer e.g., HDMI 2 to HDMI 2.

If the computer and HDMI device use different cable types, buy adapters.

1. Update the chipset and graphics drivers

If the Laptop to TV HDMI has no signal, it can be caused by a faulty driver and wrong sound settings. With the solution above, you should be able to rectify this fault.

Often, your computer system might not be able to update the generic drivers for your hardware and peripherals correctly. There are vital differences between a generic driver and a manufacturer’s driver. Finding the correct driver versions for every hardware component can become tiresome.

That’s why a dependable updater can help you find and update your drivers automatically. We strongly suggest the Outbyte Driver Updater, and here’s how to do it:

Download and install the Outbyte Driver Updater app.

Launch the software and wait for the app to detect all incompatible drivers.

Now, it will show you a list of all outdated drivers to select the ones to Update or Ignore.

Restart your PC to ensure the applied changes.

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2. Change turn-on sequence

You can try a different turn-on sequence instead of turning on the monitor first, then the media player, or another HDMI source component; try turning it on in reverse and see if it helps.

If your media player or other component is connected to a home theatre receiver, then to the monitor, try different combinations to startup the devices and use the one that works.

Expert tip:

You can also try the following steps:

First, disconnect all HDMI sources from the inputs.

Unplug the TV (monitor)/LCD power for about ten minutes.

Plug the TV (monitor)/LCD back in.

Connect the HDMI cable one device at a time.

Turn on the device

Repeat the last two steps for each HDMI port as it is also possible to stumble across an HDMI port that does not work.

3. Check resolution output settings

If your player or any other HDMI source device has a video resolution output setting, check whether it has been set to Auto. If it is, reset it to match your monitor’s native resolution or that of your video projector. Check if that provides better stability.

4. Change the HDMI connection

If changing the turn-on sequence doesn’t work for the no HDMI signal from your device issue, try directly connecting your player to the monitor, as this bypasses the home theatre receiver, so you can check if the latter is the likely culprit when the direct connection works.

In this case, keep the HDMI source directly connected to your monitor and have a separate audio connection to the receiver.

5. Check for firmware updates

If none of the above solutions works, check if any firmware updates are announced for your HDMI source or home theatre receiver. Also, you can check for firmware updates for the monitor itself, which can resolve the HDMI no signal from your device issue.

This is because outdated firmware can block your connection and cause many issues. Besides, many users have reported Windows 10 HDMI has no signal after update, which too can be fixed by installing the latest version of the firmware.

How do I fix the no HDMI signal from your device on Windows 11?

Like on Windows 10, the no HDMI signal from your device on Windows 11 is usually down to outdated drivers and wrong settings.

Also, it might be because of faulty connection and hardware components. You can use the solutions in this guide to solve the HDMI no signal Windows 11 issue effectively.

Why won’t my monitor detect my PC?

This error is often caused by connection faults like a loose or faulty cable and port. Also, it can be down to outdated and inaccurate graphics drivers.

You can quickly check our detailed guide on the second monitor not detected on Windows 10 to fix this issue.

The no HDMI signal from your device issue denies you the ease of connectivity with multiple devices. We hope you can fix it with the information in this guide.

If you are facing other issues like Windows 11 not detecting a second monitor, check our guide on how to fix it quickly.

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How To Decide The Best Way To Fund Your Business

No matter what kind of business you’re starting, what your growth model is, or what kind of team you’re starting with, you’re going to need money to get started. These days, it’s possible to launch a startup on a razor-thin budget, working remotely so you don’t have to pay for an office, scraping together resources you already have, and working with the smallest team possible. Even then, you’ll need thousands, if not tens of thousands of dollars to get what you need to build early momentum.

Fortunately, there are dozens of different ways you can fund your business. But this presents a problem of its own. With so many possibilities and all of them have strengths and weaknesses worth considering, how do you ultimately decide the “best” way to fund your business?

Funding Options for Your Business

You can start by charting out some of the most common and popular ways to fund a business.

These include:

Venture capital.

Among the most well-known options for startup entrepreneurs is working with a venture capitalist (VC). VCs can be people or companies, devoted to investing in small businesses. VCs generally get a lot of available funds, which makes them a perfect choice if you’re searching for a huge injection of money — they agent smaller prices too.

In most cases, the VC provides financing in exchange for equity in the business, forcing one to discuss gains in the future and/or forfeit some amount of management. Furthermore, VCs can be particularly aggressive, which makes it tough to stick out in the contest.

Angel investors.

An angel investor is a person (and normally a wealthy one) who’s ready to invest in tiny businesses. Angel investors are not as devoted to the clinic as VCs, so there is generally less competition for their attention. But they could be more difficult to find, based on your geographical area.

However, angel investors operate similar to VCs, offering promising young partnerships with cash in exchange for partial equity or some command in the company. Some angel investors also function in a mentoring capacity, providing guidance and direction to developing young entrepreneurs.

Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding is yet another popular alternative — and yet one which was not available 15 decades back. The idea here would be to entice tiny amounts of funds from a high number of micro-investors, instead of working with a single wealthy individual or big company. This distributed model frequently makes it a lot easier to find the funds that you want, however, there are a few logistical hurdles.

Personal funding.

Grants and loans.

Occasionally, you can finance a company with the support of loans and grants. Resources like the Small Business Administration and local Chambers of Commerce will help connect you with specific programs intended to incentivize company development.

In addition to this, you can use your lender to reassess loan choices, and possibly open a floating line of credit you’ll be able to tap into as you continue to help your company grow. Obviously, the drawback here is that lots of loans require payment with interest, and when your credit is not robust or when you borrow a lot, it may become a burden.

Special loans.

Partnerships.

You might also opt to finance your organization with the assistance of a partnership. Hiring a company partner with more cash to put in the business might be precisely the money injection you will need to produce the startup work. Obviously, that also means you ought to feel comfortable using a spouse within the long-term evolution of your business.

Determining Your Priorities

Clearly, each of these options has something going for it – and many of them have significant drawbacks that weaken them. So how are you supposed to make the decision?

Capital requirements. First, design the funding requirements of your business enterprise? This can look like an obvious question, however, also many entrepreneurs enter this distance with just a vague notion about what they really need. Spend some time creating a business strategy and pulling out the fiscal model. Be ready to ask just for the financing you want.

The desire for control. How much control do you want to retain over your business? Would you be okay with heeding the direction of investors? How much power are you willing to forfeit to get the funding you need?

Type of business. What kind of business are you hoping to start? Is there a flexible approach that can help you get access to more options? For example, can you start as a local company before expanding nationally to reduce your initial capital requirements?

Personal savings. How much do you currently have available in personal savings? Are you capable of funding this business independently, or are you totally relying on external sources of funding? How much would it take to close the gap?

Risk tolerance. Consider your personal and business risk tolerance. Do you have a backup plan in place? What would happen if things go wrong?

Hybrid options. There are usually few restrictions on the number of funding methods you can pursue simultaneously. If you want to compensate for the weaknesses of one funding method, consider simply supplementing it with another, complementary method.

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Getting Started

If you’re just getting started and you’re need help making this decision, these are the most important steps you should take:

Develop your business plan. Take the time to write your business plan and pay especially close attention to the financial section. Here, you’ll be able to calculate exactly how much funding you need, what your risk tolerance is, and more.

Play with your options. Spend some time evaluating your options. Consider the primary sources of funding available to you and how they might affect the management and future growth of your business. Compare these hypothetical situations to each other and see if one stands out above the rest.

Network. Finally, spend time professional networking. Building your network is never a bad thing, and it can introduce you to many potential partners and investors. If nothing else, you’ll meet peer entrepreneurs and business owners who can share their experiences and give you a perspective on the world of funding.

Picking a style of financing to your company is among the most trying and impactful decisions you will make as a new entrepreneur. But if you put time into this decision and take it seriously, it might help encourage your startup’s expansion for many years to come.

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