firstly, pls confirm which system do you want to install? if you have the hdmi to vga cable, you can open the cover then connect monitor to check what's happen. you can contact me on skype, i will guide how to install it.
I managed to solve the problem, i'll leave the solution here in case someone needs it.
-Remove 4 screws in the bottom of the device to access the hdmi port.
-When you got image on a monitor/tv, you will notice that when the device tries to boot with any centos based image it would print an error like: "/BOOT/grubx64.efi" not found.
-If you go to the boot menu and select "boot from a file" you can select the proper .efi file to boot, that is located on "/centos/grubx64.efi"
When you do this, you would boot OK for the first time. After booting, you would need to mount the EFI partition (first partition in your partition table) and copy the "grubx64.efi" file from /centos folder to /BOOT folder and the problem would be solved permanently.