Pavilion Elite e9150t and monitor Dell
I'm new to this forum. Two months ago I bought the Dell S2209W 22 "full HD panoramic monitor. Now, I fell in love with Pavilion Elite e9150t and want to buy it but I don't know if the monitor plugs match e9150t. Any suggestion would be appreciated.
Oldxxjohn, the monitor should work fine with the elite. Monitor connectors are standardized to work with any brand of computer. Here is a link to the "Product information" pages for the elite:
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I have a HP Pavilion Elite e9150t CTO Office, which has been upgraded to Win7 64-bit. Could I move to the newer and faster usb 3.0 by purchasing and installing a card with usb ports?
Based on the following specifications, it has a few free PCIe connectors:
You can add a card PCIe USB 3.0 on your computer such as:
My Pavilion Elite M9150F P/N KC880AA-ABA running Windows Vista Home Premium 32 bit. The device turns on no switch or remote control. He lite is turned on and power is running through the unit until button (checked through AC voltage detector) are there known issues with these? Are there spare parts? It doesn't hang or move the last time it was turned on. What are my options? Thanks for any help.
You are in warranty? If so, I would suggest contacting HP. If you are out of warranty, follow the steps below.
How does a power button is essentially that it shorts two special pins. This short film is a signal to the power on the power supply and all components. A quick Google search reveals the most common method to do this is to disconnect the wires to the pins on the motherboard power button and then tap a screwdriver against just these two pins. Use gloves as a precaution. or a screwdriver with an insulated handle.
How to bypass the power on button on pc
Is there a way to bypass the power switch?
If the computer starts correctly something wrong with the power button. If the problem persists, it is more than likely a problem with one of the hardware components and the problem will have to be isolated further. Let me know what happens.
I have a late 2009 Alienware Aurora and want to add a Dell P2715Q monitor. I don't seem to have the good ports to connect the two. Can someone suggest a solution (short of buying a new computer). I want the solution to allow me to get the HD display on the screen if possible.
Better in this position in the Alienware owners Club Forum, here:
So some time, HP has done a service to replace motherboards on defective Elite systems. There was even a Web site configuration to help with it (www.hpelitedesktopsettlement.com).
Unfortunately, the site is no longer active and all links to HP's internal documentation are not valid as well.
One of my clients has long lived with the random blue screens, and we're finally going through the review process it.
Who should I contact to get this replaced motherboard?
Please see the information available on the HP Pavilion Elite Desktop Class Action Lawsuit settlement on the LWSEP for the HP Pavilion Elite e9150t, e9180f, e9180t, m9600t, m9650f, e9280f, e9280t and computers e9290f. "If the court approves the proposed settlement, HP will post on its website a notice on repair program with instructions on how to make eligible arrangements to receive a repair. You will have 90 days after this notice was posted to contact HP for repair repair. "It seems that HP has posted the LWSEP notice on or around 12/01/2011 and that's why you got until about 01/03/2012 to take advantage of the LWSEP.
Previously, I suggested that people "contact HP customer support directly and see if they will replace the Commission under this program has expired." Please post back with your results. If you are not successful, I can try to contact HP on your part.
I have a Pavilion Elite m9340f and I was wondering if I could update my graphics card and if so what would be a good choice. Also can I upgrade my power supply? A friend told me that I could not, because it's a computer brand, but thought I would ask someone with knowledge. Thank you.Message edited by robertwolf on 02/23/2009 14:56
Robert, here is a link to the "Product information" pages for your computer:
These pages will give you all the specifications of your computer.
Yes, you can upgrade your video card. First, you want to make sure that there is enough room for one of the new cards to fit. You can find this information on the manufacturer's website. I would say we could use until a 9800GT. I think the cards are 9 "up to 10.5". I like XFX, BFG or EVGA cards. They are geared toward players and are of high quality. My favorite is XFX.
Now for your power supply power supply unit (PSU). It can also be upgraded. the key is to open the case and measure the existing unit. To ensure that new fits, it should be very close to the same size. Most ATX units are pretty close to the same size. I recommend at least a 600W unit. This is what I have in my game rig:
Again, OCZ is a company that is geared to the players and fans. They have very reliable products. I have one in their PSU and memory.
One last thought, a new video card will generate more heat. Thus, some cables will be very useful. Simply run all cables so that they do not restrict the airflow to all components.
I hope this helps.
Pavilion I am owner of a Pavilion Elite M9160F and have a problem with the gel system shortly after the start. I replaced the power supply.
Replaced the CPU, all is good now
- I have a HP Pavilion Elite m9060n desktop PC and I have my monitor connected to my computer using the NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT DVI - I port chart. I want to use two monitors and on the back of the computer in dos I/O ports there is a VGA slot but there is a black top, lid that States do not remove. This means that the port is not available?
- I have also a port HDMI as part of The NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT can I use that and the DVI port on the NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT to have two monitors?
- Can I use a DVI splitter with DVI-d port on the NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT to have two monitors?
NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT
1.I have a HP Pavilion Elite m9060n desktop PC and I have my monitor connected to my computer using the NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT DVI - I port chart. I want to use two monitors and on the back of the computer in DOS i/o ports, there is a VGA connector, but there is a black top, lid that States do not remove. This means that the port is not available?
YES, the white cover means that the port / ports are not available. Most HP consumer computers automatically disable the onboard graphics when a x 16 PCIe graphics card is installed
2.i have also a port HDMI as part of the NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT can I use that and the port DVI on NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT to have two monitors?
Yes, you can use the HDMI and DVI-channels simultaneously to support two monitors. Here are the specifications of your desktop HP Pavilion Elite m9060n. According to the specifications;
1 - S - video *.
3 - DVI - I (dual link) *.
Supports two displays at the same time
According to observers, you may be able to use your current configuration to drive two displays. You can use two HDMI screens with a HDMI and a DVI-HDMI cable. You can use two monitors DVI - D DVI cable with a DVI-HDMI cable. You can also use a monitor VGA and HDMI or DVI - D and VGA monitor with appropriate adapters and/or cable. Please provide the brand and models of two monitors for most accurate response.
3. can I use a DVI splitter with port DVI on NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT to have two monitors?
I got the Pavilion Elite HPE - 410 t with the included nVidia GeForce 315 graphics card and tried to get two monitors put in place. I have two VGA screens and I run one of them off the coast of DVI using a VGA port to DVI, and it works fine. However, I can not all signals from the built-in VGA port, so I started to look around the site of HP. I came across a page that lists the motherboard Plug and he shouted that the embedded video is not available if a graphics card is installed.
Thus, it seems that I am out of luck, but I just wanted to see if anyone could tell me if it is maybe something obvious that I'm missing. My nVidia monitors also has an HDMI port, but I understand that I would need a HDMI monitor to be able to use this port.
Can someone let me know if I'm wrong in my understanding of my options, or if there is an easy solution?
Yes, you are right to assume that if you have a video card installed, the integrated graphics chip is disabled. Looking at the specifications of your card (see link below), he suggests that it has a VGA, DVI and HDMI connection. However, I realize that these specifications vary and may not apply to the card that you have.
If yours doesn't have the VGA adapter, then your also had reason to assume need you a monitor with an entry in order to use 2 monitors HDMI.
DP - K
First time posting here so I hope I chose the right place for my question.
I currently have a HP Pavilion Elite m9177c as a tempoarily computer until I can build my own. He was works fine but I found that this computer for all its good specs has only a 8500GT no idea why parent obtained through costco and gave it to use when my dell power supply gone bad and must be replaced.
So I chose an EVGA 9800 GT
But I discovered that my HP probably has just one power 350 watts (checked online still need to open the case to be exact, before buying it) while the card requires 400 watts accoring to the details.
I tried to call HP support for dimensions and wattage supply type, but it was a chore. One guy said all the power supplies have the same size (maybe he meant the hp ones for my computer, but he never said so), another guy told me that without a guarantee that he could not even tell me the power and the third Lady said my dimensions are 9.6 inches by 9.6 inches or 24 centimeters. (do not know if she was trying to give me a microatx measure and I misunderstood the 3 as a 9 or what.) And the first guy claims it was a micro-ATX Power Supply, while the other comes from say atx.
So after some googling I found these links
1. http://www.censuspc.com/HP-Hewlett-Packard-5188-2859-350-Watt-SIRAH-350-Replacement-Desktop-PC-Power... - this seems to be what I have but he calls it the ATX 12v version
2.http://www.911forpcs.com/5188-2859.html - this seems to be something I could go too, but I don't know if I might be better off with a full-on name brand like Corsair.
3.http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01736200 - this is a different model of Pavilion Elite but so far it looks like mine how. The same video, for some reason any does not exist on the page for my model.
I found two feeds that seem to fit the same dimensions as in link #1, but a larger 0.1 inch on a measure, but I hope that my hp case allows a slight wiggleroom.
1. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139028 - a 600 watt Corsair
2. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817153151 - a 530 Watt Thermaltake
Was just curious to know if anyone has better info on what exactly is in my case, and what is the best food to buy. I still intend opening the case before buying but just moved and such and call help tech kind of wore out me. I wanted to anyway just say that the computer has been much less the thing of the graphics card. Thank you
Type HP power supply (PSU) dimensions for cabinets mid-turn are: 5.9 by 3.4 by 5.5 inches. If you get a power supply that is longer you might have problems of space between the PSU and the optical drives. In addition, there are a stabilizing latch that cannot secure the PSU of stirring. This is a minor issue you should aware of your PC should be buy a power supply which is longer than the typical POWER HP block.
The Corsair and both Thermaltake excellent food. I would give the go-ahead for the CX600 Corsair ($50 after rebate) based on the cost, the total power available and the efficiency rating.
This power supply is typical for your PC based on the part number indicated by HP PartSurfer.
For work I'll put up a brand new, out-of-the-box, desktop Pavilion Elite HPE - 510 t series, and I'm supposed to put up with two monitors. The monitors are both monitors HP 21 "(not sure model number, but pretty sure this info is irrelevant.) Both monitors have a DVI and a VGA output each.
The problem is... I don't know if the computer can get out to two monitors. I mean, I think it can its such a new computer and the plug about it being very respectable. But at the back of the system, the only entries that I see are:
assortment of 6 audio inputs (speaker, microphone, etc.).
4 USB PORTS
and something audio optical
But there is also what appears to be two locations that are "closed" for lack of another word. One is what appears to be a DVI input but with a screwed in black plastic piece. I guess I should remove the plastic and it would be an another DVI but on the plastic was the words "DO NOT REMOVE" so I left alone. The other location is what seems to be a HDMI slot with a black piece of plastic glued to the front.
The computer is capable of ouputting to two monitors?
What are those waterproof slots?
Good luck with your responses and thanks in advance,
rose_parade wrote: there is a second DVI input or a VGA at least that I can see.
There's a HMDI. Use a HMDI on DVI connector. Not very expensive. Make sure you have the right sex on each end or cable/connector. See the Big Dave det-related article it upward.
Update (November 14, 2011): there is a happy ending at the bottom of this thread. In a Word, I needed to upgrade my 700W power and install a ~ XFX HD 6870 (AMD/ATI) $ 200 video card, connect 2 monitors to 6870's connectors 2 mini DisplayPort and connect the other 2 monitors to 6870's DVI connectors.
In the original post, I went to get a second GTS 250 but I was able to do it with a single card.
I have already noticed that my system (HP Pavilion Elite e9180f desktop PC) supports dual Nvidia GTS 250 in the thread next where I'm looking for advice for upgrading my system to 4 monitors:
I need to buy a second card Nvidia GTS 250, but they are hard to find.
The 250 GTS that came with the PC has 1 GB or RAM on it. I've only been able to find a 250 GTS with 512 MB of RAM above. Both cards will co-exist on my system if I can run 4 monitors?
I'm tempted to just bite the bullet and order 2 new cards as the GTS 250 that I find can take up to two weeks to get.
Can anyone recommend a modern replacement model for the GTS 250 (1 GB RAM) I can buy 2 and then installed in my machine (Elite e9180f) with a minimum of hassle?
I ordered (and received) a new PSU POWER 750 watt and 3 additional monitors to 24 "(et un stand)."
Because I'm a spread for the penalty, I went ahead and ordered the XFX HD 6870 and returned the XFX HD 6850.
Only after you have installed the 6870 I realized this video card requires 2 PCI express power connectors. Of course, my stock PSU only has a PCI express slot so I went down to Staples and bought a power supply 700W (a RetailPlus PS700W). I installed myself (without the help of a technician that I had seen what the technician had to do when I hired one to try to replace the stock power supply with a Corsair 750W) and it worked. It was last Thursday and the machine works since then.
The 3 HP ZR24w monitors I ordered came with a regular DisplayPort cable but I needed 2 Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable. I have ordered them to my place of local parts (OEM Express) and they came today.
I plugged praying them, and then they played.
So to get 4 monitors running a single card, I had to put my diet to 700 watts, install a XFX HD 6870 (it's a Radeon ATI/AMD with 2 x connectors DVI, an HDMI connector and mini 2 DisplayPort connectors) and order 3 HP ZR24w monitors. 2 monitors should be connected via the adapter mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cables and the other 2 are connected via DVI.
From what I can tell, HD 68 x series video cards can drive only 2 DVI monitors at a time and if you need at least 2 aswell able DisplayPort monitors.
I have a Pavilion Elite 9753uk with a NVIDIA Geforce GT220 graphics card that willl not work with win7 64 bit, latest drivers are suitable, but it needs a graphical BIOS update which does not always have to be made available, Nvidia forums full of unhappy people!
He will have to buy a new card, not in the game, but would need a duel monitor setup, suggestions please for a card that won't break the Bank, works with Windows 7 and 64-bit.
Thank you for your sensible suggestions.
After a verey frustrating weekend of research into the problem, I find that there is no solution to the incompatibility of the HP Pavilion / 220 Nvidio (N11071) and 64-bit win.
Not wanting to spend money on a new map to see the same error occurs, I'll now wait for win7 SP1 (ormaybe even 2) in the hope that a workaround is provided.
Thanks for your help
Hello... First of all, I just want to say that these forums have been an invaluable resource for me in my quest to upgrade my current PC. A lot of good answers and always at the top of the Google search results, you guys have been so super helpful. Without a doubt a very different experience from what I got when I bought my PC from a company that rhymes with 'hell '.
I have a few specific questions, however, and thought I'd throw them to let experts weigh... For the record, I have a HP Pavilion Elite HPE - 510 t with all parts except for the video card, which is currently an ATI over-pants v4800. I am running three monitors 20 "(1 DVI and Display Port 2 at present, but who can be flexible). Also, I don't a few moderate games (FPS, MMO) and watch a lot of Netflix...
1. I'm certainly looking to update my video card, but I do not know what actually fits. I'm ready to upgrade the PSU as well (probably to the Corsair CX-600 recommended elsewhere on this forum), so power should not be a problem. And money is not a huge problem either, as long as the card is less than $500 or more. I've been watching some of the newer cards (like a 680 GTX or even the new 770), but I'm afraid that they will not physically fit in the case, or will be not compatible with the motherboard (which seems to be the PCIe 1.0? Or I read wrong?). So basically, my ultimate question is: what is the best possible graphics card given my case current and potentially put to level power supply, motherboard, I could use? If it's important, SLI is feasible but not more.
2. I also intend to add additional RAM. The page on the card to my PC to the HP support Site says it takes DDR3 1600 PC3 10600, but everything that I find these days in the RAM is DDR 3 1600 PC3 12800. My mother/PC card will support the 12800 or do I have to keep hunting to find 10600 sticks?
3. and finally, I'll also put in a Pro 840 Samsung SSD. Do you know if the motherboard compatible with the SATA connectors suitable for speeds of 6 GB? Just plug page says "SATA" and does not specify a version.
Any help you could give me on these questions would be greatly appreciated. This computer has served me well for a few years now, and I'm hoping to keep it for a few more years. Thanks in advance and have a nice day...
Here are the specifications of plant origin and configurable options for your desktop HP Pavilion Elite HPE - 510 t CTO and here are the specs of his card mother IPISB-CH (Cleveland). According to the specifications, the motherboard uses the Chipset Intel H67 Express that supports an extension v2.0 x 16 PCIe and 3Gbs SATAII (SATA2).
(1) SLI is not "feasible", so no need to go there. GeForce GTX 680 cards are going to be long, perhaps too long. You need to measure the space available at the back of the case more further along the x 16 PCIe slot to determine what can be installed. You will need to resign it a notch or two... until you find one that matches. The CX600 Corsair is a great choice and fits, even if you can buy the place CX600M. The CX600M is modular and allows much better management of the cables and so the potential for a better air circulation.
(2) with regard to memory, the State of the plug;
Four DIMM DDR3 240-pin connectors
Supports the PC3 10600 connectors DIMM DDR3 (1333 MHz)
Memory non - ECC, unbuffered
Then, two sets of most of these (2 x 4 GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 (PC3 10600) Desktop Memory Kits should do the trick. You can also go to the website Crucial.com and use two of their 'guaranteed compatible memory upgrade'.
(3) your computer supports speeds SATAII (3Gbs) and this is the best it will do. However, the SATA connector is identical to what is found on a SSD SATAIII and it should be compatible with your computer.
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I want to use a P2714H Dell HD and a Dell P2715Q monitor k 4 together on my new Mac Pro.
This is so that I can see the differences between the two.
I would like to know first if they can work together, and second, what are the pitfalls involved?
If someone has encountered this, I would really like to know.
I use Yosemite with the latest operating system.
They work very well when the two connected tot a 2103 end Mac Pro.
For the 4K monitor simply use a spirit cable mini displayport on each end and connect it to a port Thunderbolt
For the other monitor to get a cable with a mini displayport on one end and displayport on the other end. This monitor has a displayport input so use it.
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