I installed win7 64 b on HP nc8430... When I I c onnecter for external LCD screen, it says no signal
do I have to load drivers AVG?
If Yes can you kindly helped me with them.
Have you installed the graphics driver applicable?
To do this, you must manually install the professional Vista graphics driver as follows...
DL and run the driver below. You will probably get an error not supported operating system.
http://h20566.www2.HP.com/portal/site/hpsc/template.page/public/PSI/swdDetails/?sp4ts.Oid=1839197 & spf_p.tpst = swdMain & spf_p.prp_swdMain=wsrp-navigationalState%3Didx%253D%257CswItem%253Dob_71898_1%257CswEnvOID%253D2103%257CitemLocale%253D%257CswLang%253D%257Cmode%253D%257Caction%253DdriverDocument & javax.portlet.begCacheTok = com.vignette.cachetoken & javax.portlet.endCacheTok = com.vignette.cachetoken
Conclusion of any windows error.
Go to Device Manager and click to expand the category of display cards. Click on the VGA Standard card. Click the driver tab. Click on set to update driver. Select her browse my computer for driver software method and find the folder of the driver that was created when you ran the file.
This file will be located in C:\SWSetup\sp43656. Make sure that the include subfolders is selected and the driver should install.
After you reboot, the driver must be installed successfully and you should be able to use all the features of graph, you used to be able to use.
The exact message is Power-On Password and a symbol of a key.
I try to erase this message from Power-On Password on a HP nc8430 Compacq. Research, however, this forum and on the Internet, all the tout le monde world mentioned that I should remove the laptop battery and the battery to clear the password. I do and left the battery overnight and the password is still there.
I found another mention of an IC or similar which is used on more secure laptops. I also found mention that some laptops can be reset by a 'jumper', or by touching points on a motherboard.
Thanks for your answer in advance!
Most of the time the rider is in the memory.
Sometimes, it is covered by a piece of plastic.
The contacts are gold and copper-colored and are labeled RTCRESET, BIOSCLR or just CLR.
Use a small flat head screw driver to short-circuit the contacts.
Look at this.
Let us know how things are going.
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I try to install XP PRO on a computer from Compaq nc8430 and have had the same results with 2 different drives. The status line shows all first, there is a 300 GB drive, then it passes to 3.9 GB. It is with the SATA Native mode disabled in the BIOS. In native SATA mode, I see only avaiable total 3.9 GB on the disk. I can format 300 GB using a bootable cd.
I think that the player could have been a little too big for the machine...
I'm sure that you need the system driver mobile protection for one of these devices missing ACPI:
The other can be your quick launch buttons driver:
Let me know if that has them one or all of the. If you have still a lack I think then this is the TPM driver which I do not see even on this support page. Try this one out a 6910p:
Hello. I have a computer notebook nc8430, installed Windows XP SP2. I want to install Windows 7. Can I install Widnows 7 (x 86), when I next laptop specifications: Core Duo T2500 2.00 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, ATI Radeon x 1600 256 MB? And yet I can't find drivers for my laptop to Windows 7, where you can take? Sorry for my English, I used a translator...
Based on the hardware you have, Yes, you can install W7 32 bit.
After the installation of W7, connect you to the internet, run the Windows Update program menu programs. Download and install the latest drivers let Windows update.
For all the missing drivers, you will have to perhaps after running windows update program, you can use the 32-bit drivers for Windows Vista support page and the driver of your laptop.
Old nc8430 running Win7 suddenly my daughter started acting weird and the display of the lines of color and distorted pixels:
I plugged a monitor external and here is the result:
The graphics card is dead? I think it is shipped the motherboard so replace is not an option. (The cost would be the same as the purchase of a new laptop). Is there something I could do to try to fix?
Thank you for your time.
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Can I buy or download a complete set of discs to return to my beloved NC8430 is by default. The hard drive was more written and f11 does not work.
HP provide a recovery disc for machines built before 2006, but your recovery disks are available on the site at the link below - there are two versions of XP listed, so you must ensure that you order the version your laptop came with.
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I want to upgrade my nc8430 (EM741AV) to the Standard WLAN n. is possible to do?
What card is accepted by my Board?
Thanks in advance,
Without hacking (modify) the BIOS (which I do not know how), you can install one of the adapters listed in the service manual for your laptop wireless.
There is no card n wireless supported for your model.
You must buy an external USB Wireless N adapter if you want faster connection speeds.
Installing an unsupported card will cause the laptop to put an end to started until the card is removed.
There are intermittent beep of high-pitch or nattering of the laptop, generally when cold before it has warmed up. Once warmed up I rarely hear it.
A few times when warmed up the noise started, then disappeared after 1-2 minutes. It sounds like a relay or mechanical contact may be passing. Noise is NOT from usual PC - Beep, but another component speaker. Beep is different from power on beep because it of higher and lower volume - identical to the beep from Caps Lock-on but not affected by the volume control or inhibition.
Noise occurs in Windows XP SP3 and Windows 7 SP1 with sound ON or sound JUDGMENT.
Replacing CMOS battery with brand new battery and removing the Player DVD have no effect.
I don't know what to try next - all the tips are much appreciated.
P.S. This thread has been moved from the LTE, Armada, slate/Tablet PC, laptop - Omnibooks, EVO laptop - Compaq HP ProBook, EliteBook. -Hp moderator of the Forum
It seems as if it was the HARD drive, a Western Digital 120 GB 7200 RPM, replaced 5 years ago.
I solved the problem by installing and running quiethdd https://sites.google.com/site/quiethdd/. It works on Win 7 and XP. I just installed the quiethdd with the default settings and have not heard the noise since.
I put a link in the startup folder, but sometimes Win7 don't know. Whatever it is, the noise disappeared since I installed it. INTELLIGENT diagnosis shows all green - no warning - for me. CHKDSK is all clean.
I got this laptop for my sister and it is not a wireless card installed. Is there a tutorial on how to replace/install card WiFi?
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Only 4 screws on the bottom of the laptop to remove.
Then slipped the 4 keyboard lock forward.
Remove key cover and mouse.
If you have not one I can shoot it and you send it for free.
Hello everyone. My laptop seems to be dead. Nothing, EXCEPT the third witness front load flashes orange. I already have all the regular steps to isolate the problem. I am now at the level of motherboard of barebones, a stick of RAM, power connector, HDD, CMOS battery and CPU fan attached. I already tried clearing power off of the motherboard. No fan movement or the power of hard drive. On the third LED, when I plug firstly, it y.25 second green light then it turns off, then flashing yellow flashes about 24 times, goes, then 24 times again. I have the feeling is the motherboard is dead. Thanks to all in advance.
Found a motherboard for $ 15.00 including the bottom of the case. Should have it next week. BTW, I tried the oven cooking method for a reflow, but nothing happened. Just restore an old Pavilion XT 840. Really old.
Start-up/installation initial when you are connected via an Ethernet cable. Installed the other AV, other productivity suite, applications etc. and installed all Microsoft Updates. Then switched to the WLAN and off disaster.
WLAN remains connected for a few seconds and then stops on its own. Icon on the taskbar shows "no connection is available" [another HP nc8430 I side of no connection on the same router with no problem]. Troubleshooting running resets the adapter that fails again on its own after a few seconds to a few minutes, I can see EventID 4001 WLAN AutoConfig service has stopped successfully.
After a few iterations of troubleshooting, troubleshooting crashes with an unexpected error. I checked this several times with the system either do installs or rest.
Decided to make a recovery [F8 on startup] and started on a clean slate. Experience: identical
It seems that the process that is required for configuring Wlan has stopped. Why?
But I recommend to activate this new;
All processes can be found here:
-Click Start, type services.msc, and then press ENTER.
-Go to "Automatic WLAN Configuration" and right click on it
-Select Properties. Set it to automatic and non-disabled, press the Start button, and then click OK.
Now the WLan service is expected.
PS: Be sure that you use the latest version of the BIOS and latest driver WLan!
Welcher Grafiktreiber passt as Windows 7
as Compaq nc8430
Use the Windows Vista driver.
That's what you need to do to get the driver to work.
Download and run the above driver. You will probably get an error of unsupported operating system.
Conclusion of any windows error.
Go to Device Manager. Click to expand the category graphics cards. Click on the VGA Standard card. Click the driver tab. Click on set to update driver.
Select the browse my computer for Driver Software method, navigate to the folder of the driver that was created when you ran the file.
This file will be located in C:\SWSetup\sp43656.
Make sure that the include subfolders is selected, and the driver should install this way.
After I restarted the PC, you must install the correct graphics driver.
Use Sie den Windows Vista-Treiber.
Dies ist, Sie zu tun, um dem Fahrer zu arbeiten.
Download und Treiber oben implement. Sie werden ein nicht unterstutztes Betriebssystemfehler clarinet.
Schließen Sie sich der Fehler Fenster.
Go Sie auf den Geratemanager. Klicken Sie, die Kategorie Grafikkarten erweitern. Klicken Sie auf der Standard VGA adapter. Klicken Sie auf der Registerkarte Treiber. Klicken Sie auf Treiber aktualisieren.
Wahlen Sie den computer Treibersoftware procedure nach, und Sie zum Treiberordner mission, die standing wurde, als Sie die Datei lief.
Dieser Ordner wird unter C:------SWSetup------sp43656.
Stellen Sie sicher, dass der Unterordner wollen Kontrollkastchen aktiviert ist, und der Fahrer should sharp Weise installieren auf.
Depending on Sie den PC neu zu starten, should die right Grafiktreiber installed.
I'm my nw8440 mobile workstation (T7400, FireGL V5200, 15.4 "WUXGA) seems to have some problems of northbridge and I'm looking for the replacement of the mobo.
I can read "Maintenance and service guide" he shares the same mobo (SPS-416397-001) with nc8430 and nx8420. But is it really the same thing? Because my nw8440 is equipped with a welded gpu FireGL V5200 those others have rather a X 1600.
Can someone please help me with may be a simple problem for you, but it starts to drive me crazy. Sorry in advance for the long post.
WRT160N installed in the basement, linking (cable) 3 desktops and 2 laptops (wireless). When connecting by wire, some computers have troubles in autonegotiation speed, always end upward with connection failed. Force the speed of 10 Mbit/s full duplex solves the problem.
Curiously, both computers have no problem to 100 Mbps Full Duplex auto-negotiation (HP nc8430 laptop with 5 years and the Broadcom NetXTreme Gigbyte old IBM ThinkCentre M50 8189-Tower network chip, I do not know the exact network chip, but I think that until the Gigabit). Less than 1 year of office by using a Committee of Asus P5N7A-VM with the integrated Realtek, also Gigabit network chip, still FAILED to negotiate at 100 Mbps. The wall plate has 4 Sockets. The question above is the same regardless of any plug used.
After several attempts, I think I've isolated the cause to the wall outlet. There are about 6 metres of cable (~ 20 ft) between the router and the wall outlet. The computers connect to the wall using a cable of 2 meters (~ 7 ft). Go through the wall outlets, I pulled a 10 meter cable (~ 30 ft) connecting the router directly to the computer, then the computer is not always to 100 Mbps now could connect without any problems. So, this seems to indicate that the wall socket has altered the quality of the signal.
The cables (between the router and the wall) are straight with T568B wiring (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T568A/B#Wiring) the sockets are CAT5 RJ45 Keystone Jack free tool (http://www.amazon.com/CAT5-RJ45-Keystone-Jack-Black/dp/B000BSN7RO)
So here are my questions:
Q1. A wall outlet would cause a loss of significant signal or alteration?
Q2. If the wall outlet is the cause of the loss of signal quality, how is it some computers have no trouble to autonegotiation to 100 Mbps Full Duplex and also when forced to 10 Mbps FD, all network problems disappear?
Q3. And the most important question: can you please provide a solution?
Thank you very much in advance for any help.
Follow up and FINAL solution to close this thread. The cause was the wall outlet. All sockets are of the type version tool-less Keystone Cat5e. All the exihit speed negotiation issue and can be used at 10 Mbit/s full duplex.
I could borrow a punchdown tool and tried a new plug. This time, I tried Keystone Cat6 jack _WITH_ tool. Can be overkilled my cable is Cat5 only. But I don't want to take any risks because the price difference is negligible between Cat5e and Cat6 decision. The new Jack is working perfectly. The AutoDetect computer easily at 100 Mbit/s/s. The fix is so obvious, as soon as I replace threaded plug by a Jack of tool WITH the speed issue disappeared. I have connect / disconnect several times, even restarted the computer to ensure that the new Jack is working OK
Although I'm not a guru in network cabling. But I'm not computer (using Windows & Linux) and I'm quite a handyman. I can't possibly screw up Assembly of ALL taken without tool, I've had. And the misconfiguration of the network in the operationg system is out of the question. Added to this fact that the new tool WITH jack is much easier to mount and all prectly work on the first attempt. I would say in conclusion that WITHOUT TOOL, CLAMP in Ethernet JACKS are UNSTABLE. At least that's my experience.
It's pretty frustrating, that Jack is the last place I guess as a cause of a wiring problem. I changed to RJ-45 Sockets, wiring maps network and same router. All this has not solved until one day I discovered by chance that the cause was the wall outlet. (New computer loan with Ubuntu, I forgot to reduce the network speed to 10 Mb and directly connected to the switch without going through the wall socket and discovered that the computer can connect immediately to 100 MB).
Hope this might help someone else.
HP Compaq NC8430
Windows 7 Ultimate
Of blue screen memory dump
I've updated the bios from 68yvd worm f.oc 01/08/06
I need forms to roll back my bios. After update, the laptop stops indescriminately. As it overheats and stops. Windows 7 trying to recover, but the laptop won't stay down long enough for recovery to occure. Updated the original BIOS, that's what has caused this, so I just need help roll back.
You can find the new not very good following.
Unfortunately, because of the generation of your laptop, it will be difficult. You're probably thinking about portable ncurrent UEFI environment. There is no for your laptop.
I don't see Windows 7 support for your laptop available on the server support portal Compaq\HP.
When such a situation occurs that it is easier to remove the CMOS chip and install one that has the desired programmed BIOS. If you have the technical ability and an air station hot available solder\desoldering you can do it yourself. Which can be easily done by a BIOS recovery service. You provide the leadership BIOS and CMOS chip in most of the cases, with your laptop. You can search online to see if it is available on site for you. You can find the cost is greater than the value of currwent of your laptop and decide it's time to replace it.
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