We couldn't find monitor during a hackathon and it cost the majority of our time to set up pi, this was the alternative that saved us back then.
Hope it will be helpful for you to @kowshik1729
@Gladiator54 There are some case raspberry fail to boot in my experience.
insufficient power from USB Adapter -> Try y to use 2/3 Amps Adapter
Broken Micro SD Card / OS FIle -> Try another uSD card
Polymeric Fuse failure -> It's self-resetting and usually return to normal operating parameters within a finite time, in such case check any shortage in the board PCB like small wires/coppers ..etc.
You can try load a new Raspbian OS with GUI and connect HDMI Monitor, if any error occurs you can see that, keep an eye on the ACT led (Green).
@Abhay Glad that it helped you. Yes, I can suggest you with the queries as far as I know. All the best..!!:v:
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