HP 15-f024wm laptop computer: laptop does not recognize the SD card into the usb port
I don't have a sd card reader on my laptop but have used a map on her usb adapter and it worked. I had to make a full recovery, update and reload the browser and so on. HP has spent hours helping me to get back to his normal race car computer... but this issue remains and can't find what I need to do the usb - SD card reader. Yes, the usb port works as I use it for other things. Don't know what I'm missing.
Your machine IS not card reader. His record:
- Multi format digital card reader for Secure Digital cards
- 2 superSpeed USB 3.0
- 1 bus (USB) 2.0 universal series
- 1 HDMI
- 1 PORT RJ-45 (LAN)
- 1 plug headphone-out/microphone-in the drop-down list
Everything you need: download Driver Realtek card reader and install it on your computer.
For your question: all the USB ports work?
The laptop does not recognize the USB mouse. I have re installed the drivers from the site of the constructor (HP), but it still does not work.
In addition, the internal Laptop speakers no longer work. There is no sound coming out of the laptop and it does not recognize the external headphones plugged into the headphone jack.
I ran several troubleshooting utilities (audio playback, FixIt) and they are no help.
Thank you for keeping us posted.
Sorry for the late reply.
I imagine the inconvenience that you are experiencing. However, I appreciate your efforts to resolve the issue.
I would suggest trying the following methods and check if it helps.
How to use the tool File Checker system to repair missing or corrupted system files,
Please follow the steps in the link provided below.
Note: System File Checker is a Windows utility that allows users to find corruptions in Windows system files and restore the damaged files. This article describes how to run the system (SFC.exe) to File Checker tool analyzes your system files and to repair the system missing or corrupt files in Windows or Windows 8 8.1. If a Protection of resources Windows (WRP) file is missing or is damaged, Windows may not behave as expected.
If the problem persists, follow method 2
Run a full scan of the computer with the Microsoft Safety Scanner to make sure that the computer is virus-free.
Microsoft, security scanner please follow the steps in the link provided below.
Note: data files that are infected must be cleaned only by removing the file completely, which means there is a risk of data loss.
If the problem persists, follow method 3
I suggest you try the steps from the following link and check if it works.
No sound in Windows.
For the problem with the USB mouse, there could be a possibility that there is a conflict of material with the mouse.
I suggest you to try some other USB mouse with the laptop and check if it works.
I hope this information is useful.
Please let us know if you need more help, we will be happy to help you.
For some reason any, that my printer has enough work and when I plug in my camera to download images, the computer says it does not recognize the USB port, which could be the pronblem?
My printer does not work (it is said that the computer does not recognize the USB port (this also happens when I plug my camera to download the photos) I checked everything I know to check, which isn't too.)
My printer does not work (it is said that the computer does not recognize the USB port (this also happens when I plug my camera to download the photos) I checked everything I know to check, which isn't too.)
When did this problem start? What did you change shortly before it all began?
Please quote the exact text of the message you get, verbatim.
Recently, my 9860 touch starts not finished... It stops at halfway when startup nd freeze... 2ndly starting my system recognizes usb d port, but when it comes to where it stops booting, the system doesn't see it me collapses more so to reload the software
Welcome to the community
I recommend you try first method Mode without failure. Article ID: KB17877 How to start a mode BlackBerry smartphone without failure.
Another thread explains how to fix this problem, for your reference.
See you soon and good luck.
During the last few days I been dealing with the issue that my laptop does not recognize the usb ports and wifi. After several reboots, it works fine. My drivers are up to date, so I don't know why, I'll have this terrible problem.
Thank you for visiting the Forums HP's Support and welcome! It is an excellent site to find answers and ask questions. I understand that you have a problem with your Wi - Fi and USB ports on your laptop from HP.
My first suggestion would be to use the wireless network troubleshooting and Internet tool. At the bottom it will ask you questions to help you diagnose the problem.
Please take a look at this great Charter called troubleshooting wireless network and Internet. This document will help you to solve the problem of Wi - Fi.
Have you tried to restore the BIOS?
Have you tried to connect directly to the Modem/Router?
You have uninstalled the driver in Device Manager?
Please try to uninstall the driver in Device Manager by using the following steps:
- Go to the Device Manager.
- Expand network adapters.
- Right-click on all NICs individually.
- Click on uninstall.
- Restart the laptop twice.
How many devices you try to connect?
What you are trying to connect via USB?
Are - what you happened to try to use the HP Support Assistant?
Here is a link to the HP Support Assistant, if you not him have not yet tried. Simply download and run the application and it will help with the software and drivers on your system that need updated.
Here are other troubleshooting steps that may help too. If the USB device does not appear in Device Manager, then it might be a question of power requirement. Unplug the machine and perform the following steps until the device is detected:
- Reboot the laptop
Plug in and wait five seconds.
If the device does not appear, try connecting to another USB port.
If the USB device is displayed in Device Manager after you connect the cable to a different port, then uninstall and reinstall the software of USB device driver.
If the device is not recognized in any port, unplug it and go to the next step.
- Open the Device Manager.
Double-click Bus USB controllers,
Double-click on a USB root hub,
Click the Power tab
Click on properties of power supply (if it is displayed).
Devices need that are connected to the hub are shown, as well as the power they have. If the total displayed power is more than 500 mA, remove the devices and use a hub powered.
Continue looking at the properties of the power of each USB hub. If the total power required exceeds the total available power for the hub, then remove a device on this hub to a decrease in the number of consumption.
Plug in and wait five seconds. If the device is not recognized, unplug and go to the next step.
Please note; Remove USB cables at high speed that are more than 3 m (9.8 ft) in length and use cables at high speed that are shorter than 3 m.
Source: troubleshooting USB connections - please look at this document and follow all the steps in it.
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Have a great day!
My laptop does not recognize the DVD / CD player or D drive more. It is built in and included with the computer is a Dell. Can't use it because the computer can't find it. All ideas
Original title: DVD player
If it just happened all of a sudden, you can restore the registry files of the system in working order by following option n ° 1 on this page. If this does not work, you can be reasonably sure that the configuration of the system is not the problem and start looking into other possibilities as a broken drive or a bad connection inside the cable.
My laptop does not recognize the disks I put in the disc/dvd rom disc... What wrong with it? How to operate? I'm running on windows xp. My laptop is a Dell Inspiron 6000
Original title: my laptop does not recognize the disks I put in the disc/dvd rom disc... What wrong with it? How to operate? I'm running on windows xp.
Welcome to the community of Microsoft and thanks for posting the question. I've surely you will help find a solution on the issue.
Perform the steps described in the article:
Your CD or DVD drive is missing or is not recognized by Windows or other programs
Important This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322756/ ) How to back up and restore the registry in Windows
Hope this information helps. Please reply back with the State so that we can help you.
My laptop does not recognize the printer any longer. It will recognize the fax on the printer but not the printer itself. Can you help me? I have two currencies on my laptop. HP officejet 6600 and hp officejet 6600 network. Even printing for both. One network is the fax. I'm not clear what is the question. I can't even download drivers or updates for it.
There are two 6600's in the list, a fax and a printer, because the full feature software and drivers have drivers for both. If you do not use the fax, you can remove devices and printers.
A work print from other sources? For example Notepad?
I have a problem because my satellite A200-1AE with Microsoft Vista does not recognize the USB 2.0 flash drive. He asks me a program/software!
The same USB works without problem on other computers with vista!
Someone knows what to do?
First of all, you must disconnect all USB devices and must remove the USB ports and controllers in the Device Manager.
After this procedure, you must restart the laptop. After a new restart the Vista operating system should recognize the USB ports and should reinstall USB drivers again.
Then you must update the Vista to the State! All fixes and patches must be installed. Please note that you will have to visit the MS Update site for all patches
Notes; MS has released a beta of Vista SP1. I installed it on my laptop and it has solved several problems.
I have a DreamColor LP2480zx, which does not recognize the USB connection to the computer during calibration. I have my eye HP connected through this monitor, so I know the connection and the cable is good and mouse, keyboard. My setup is like this:
Reference Dell 690 running 64 bit + Windows XP
Apple Cinema Display 23 "
I bought the DreamColor used, and in all other respects, it seems to work very well. The original owner didn't have it calibrated within a certain time, but said that having had no problem with the previous calibration. I installed the last APS (version 2.0) and updated to the latest firmware. These updates produces no change in recognition USB problem.
The interesting thing is, I was able to calibrate the Apple Cinema Display, using the same configuration of connection (mouse, keyboard, and HP eye connected to the computer via the LP2480zx) APS was able to see the USB connection and this very well calibrated monitor.
I had trouble with this problem for a few days. I've looked around quite a bit online and found a few others who have this same problem, but I did not yet find someone who can point out a solution. If anyone has had this same problem, or has heard of results that correct it, please let me know, because it's very frustrating.
Thanks for any help
An update to my previous post, I realized a work around for this problem.
Apparently, this problem has to do with the Dreamcolor screen and/or software APS do not like working with 64 bit systems. I'm not saying that it is always the case, but I saw the other posts on this problem on 64-bit systems, and I spoke with two other people personally who told me that they also had the same problem, try to calibrate its Dreamcolor monitor when it was attached to a 64-bit system. HP does not seem to be concerned about this problem, because they do not even recognize its existence, but since I'm far from being the first to report this problem, he's obviously not a one-time problem.
My solution was this: I had connect the monitor to a regular running XP 32 bit system. After I did, I could re - calibrate the monitor without the problem of USB connection. This isn't a very good solution because not everyone has access to several machines, running different operating systems. But it's a work around, and it worked for me.
Hope this helps other people who have this same problem with their Dreamcolor monitors hooked to their 64-bit systems.
PS- I posted this as resolved, only because I was able to calibrate my monitor. It's not really solved the problem, but it gets the monitor working again. Maybe HP will address this problem in the future, but I'm not holding my breath.
Windows Media Player does not recognize the USB drive letter
Although the Windows Device Manager recognizes it.
I want to add drive from the device to WMP
1. have you made any hardware changes or software on the computer before this problem?
2 - is the USB key in Windows Explorer?
3. you try to transfer music files from the USB key?
4. what version of Windows Media Player do you use?
If you use Windows Media Player 11 & try to add media files in Windows Media Player, you can follow these steps.
a. open the Windows Media Player, click on organize > manage libraries > music.
b. click Add and navigate to the location where the file is stored in the Windows Explorer.
Hope the helps of information.
Please post back and we do know.
Win 7 Backup and Restore does not recognize the USB flash drives for a backup image or a recovery disc. Given that Windows 7 Starter Edition is used in many, if not most of the netbooks and netbooks have no optical drive, support for flash (thumb) drives would be very handy, especially for repair and recovery.
Back up and restore: frequently asked questions
You can't save backups to a flash drive, you need an external USB hard drive.
Never be afraid to ask. This forum has some of the best people in the world to help.
My laptop does not reconise the integrated DVD or an external USB, DVD player. But if I set the BIOS to let the laptop for the start of the DVD player and the DVD player worked fine. He could read the disc. Once, I deleted the program Nero of the system and I don't know if some Windows file has been corrupted.
Follow these steps to remove corruption and missing/damaged file system repair or replacement.
Start - type in the search box - find CMD top - RIGHT CLICK – RUN AS ADMIN
How to fix the system files of Windows 7 with the System File Checker
Then run checkdisk (chkdsk).
How to run check disk in Windows 7
After the foregoing:
References to Vista also apply to Windows 7.
Step 1: Please make all underneath the same if you have done some before as is often
the set of operations that solves the problem.
Try this - Panel - Device Manager - CD/DVD - double click on the device.
The driver tab - click on update drivers (this will probably do nothing) - then do a RIGHT CLICK
the reader - UNINSTALL - REBOOT this will refresh the default driver stack. Even
If the drive appears not to continue below.
Then, work your way through these - don't forget the drive might be bad, might
having a cable loose or slight corrosion on the contacts (usually for a laptop) and
Your CD or DVD drive is missing or is not recognized by Windows or
Try this fix manually if the Fixit 314060 does not work
Your CD or DVD drive is missing or is not recognized by Windows or other
programs - a Mr Fixit
The DVD player does not work after installing Windows 7
The CD drive or the DVD drive does not work as expected on a computer that
you upgraded to Windows Vista
When you insert a CD or a DVD, Windows Vista may not recognize the disc
Your CD or DVD drive cannot read or write media - A Mr Fixit
CD/DVD drive does not appear in Windows Vista, or you receive this error during the
Setup Windows Vista after booting from the DVD (AHCI)
Drive CD - R or CD - RW Drive is not recognized as a recordable device
Hardware devices not detected or not working - A Mr Fixit
Another possibility is that the cables are loose. Remove ALL power, then check
in both ends of the cables. Remove and replace, do not just tight. For portable computers, you can
Often, clean power and contacts data with a pencil eraser.
Some DVD players do not use the Windows default drivers so check with the system
Designer and manufacturer of device to see if there is a firmware or drivers for your drive if necessary.
Step 2: You have disc problems as the CD/DVD is actually 4 discs in 1 case
(Read burn CD & DVD and CD and DVD). So it is not unusual for 1 or 2 pieces
No function while others do so properly.
Did you follow the Troubleshooting Guide for the reader who still does not work? He
are some registry entries that do not fix the resolution of problems and those who "might".
be the cause.
Check with your system manufacturer Maker and possible device for two firmware
updates and the correct registry entries for your car.
Here are the keys in my opinion, are those in question - for the CD/DVD drive - sub
the key of course because there will be other subkeys in these keys. Do not forget to ask specific
involved as well as the settings key.
You can probably find more info here and maybe even the exact registry settings for your
CD/DVD drive someone with the same model.
Forums - a lot of expert real help
Use DevManView to locate the CD/DVD in the registry (be careful and do a restore
Point before you change anything whatsoever) - find the DevManView device and then right click it open in RegEdit.
DevManView - free - an alternative to the standard Windows Device Manager,
that displays all devices and their properties in flat table, instead of the tree viewer
I hope this helps.
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I buy the art external disk HARD Stor E 3.5 "and spend a few days in windows does not recognize the HARD drive. Try to connect the drive to other USB 2 ports and nothing happens. Use a USB to see if has been a problem with the USB ports, but all 3 are OK. Try it on the laptop Asus and windows 7 recognizes the HARD disk. I formatted the drive in NTFS FS. In managing records do not show the external HARD disk. What can I do to fix this?
My laptop is a Qosmio F60
This is a really silly situation. It can be recognized by other laptops but not your Qosmio.
According to the description of your HARD drive when connected simply doesn t exist for your Qosmio laptop.
Some other HDD is recognized correctly?
What you can try is to reinstall the chipset driver, restart the laptop and test it again.
Since when you have this problem? Some installed updates of the last days?
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