What is the proper way to clean the LCD on my HP Pavilion g7-1173dx?
What is the proper way to clean the LCD on my HP Pavilion g7-1173dx? This is my first laptop and I'm in love, but the screen must be cleaned and I don't want to spoil it. TNX
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Hello, could someone to give advice how control the backlight of the LCD screen for hp pavilion dv7 - 1228 ca?
Unfortunately, the machine is too old, not parts available:
Please use the part number on the list and the search on eBay or other online stores.
What is the weight of my laptop - HP PAVILION dv6t-7000 portable? I can't find it in the specifications of the manual or online.
The 7000 DV6T weighs about 5.75 kg
How can I correct random lines horizontal and glitter for the LCD screens for windows vista HP Pavilion dv5? Only, it happens randomly and can get all a few minutes at a time every few hours. The entire screen white and black and horizontal lines will appear during the flickering on the half top of the screen only. Nothing else changes. My sound is immutable, and none of my screens change the size or location. However, they may appear up and down during the flashing. Can someone give me an idea of what is wrong? I looked on Google for possible corrections, but most of them seem to be for refresh rate and I don't have a notch for this and can't change it according to the steps they offer.
Read my initial response on what it takes to please.
"See if this helps you:
These lines indicate corruption graphics driver or lack of graphic material.
Go to the HP Web site > Search a drivers and download article > search your laptop model number > your operating system > drivers for it: either video / graphic / Chipset (according to the wording it) > download and install the drivers.
If that fixed it, it seems to me be a problem of graphic material.
Because it's a laptop; If under warranty, contact HP.
If is not under warranty, contact a repair shop, local. »
See you soon.
Just want to clean my screen is their way I should do?
Use the cleaning cloth provided with the computer when it was new. You can use the cleaning rags used to clean eyeglasses.
Hi guys, I had to search all day and can't find anything about it!
I want to know that can we use 8 GB and 4 GB of RAM together in my HP Pavilion g6 2006TX and what 1x4Go means?
need a quick answer please I want upgrade RAM as is laging, its taking too much time in rendering in After Effect.
Your machine supports 8 GB max in 2 slots means 4 GB slot using a single piece of 4 GB (1x4Go). You can find all THE information for your machine at the following link:
I currently have two 2 GB memory pieces for a total of 4 GB for my Pavilion dv7 and want to know what my laptop max RAM can handle and what type of RAM I should buy.
Serial No. [personal information]
Win 7 Home Premium 64 - bit OS
: Processor Processor AMD Turion (tm) II P540 Dual - Cpore 2.40 GHz
Any help would be most appreciated.
Up to 8 GB max.
3, 23 and 57 in the manual page gives the details you need.
Put two stick 4 GB of exactly the same configuration, speed etc as in the manual and each other, perhaps even brand. Crucial, Kingston have their online scanners that contains the list guaranteed compatible sticks.
You can also order the HP part, if you need to get the exact part of HP part store or online retailers via Amazon or eBay.
Details, please! I was told on this forum that I had to upgrade the BIOS for my Pavilion g6-1d21dx to a F.48 version, which seems to be the last being available on the product page. However, the BIOS currently on my machine is version F.49. F.49 would be not newer than a F.48? Can someone explain the discrepancy and tell me if there are significant differences between the two versions of the BIOS?
I ended up installing the BIOS revision F.46, because this revision restores the ability of the computer to enter and exit the sleep and hibernation modes, which was broken in a future revision of the BIOS (which has been a HUGE source of frustration). In the absence of other information on the revisions of the BIOS, I recommend that users go with revision F.46. The 32-bit version of Windows 10 works beautifully with F.46 on my g6-1d21dx Pavilion.
Hi can someone please tell me can I put my current 2x2gb samsung 667mhx ddr3 sodimm memory (1333) to crucial or kingstone 2 x 4 GB sodimm ddr3 1600mhx latency 7 or 9? because I see the site of intel who support i5 cpu at 800 mhz and 1066 m480 and my memory installed is 1333 somethings does not go on the site of intel, no doubt, im using bios of x 64 and can win 7 on my laptop model can support thanks memory 1600 mhz
You can see the wiki, anyway they are here:
PC8500 1066 MHz; PC10600 1333 MHz
What is the difference between a HP Pavilion Notebook ze5700 and a HP Pavilion ze5700 CTO Notebook?
Hi Comptronic, a CTO laptop is "configure to order" something has been added; more ram, bigger hard drive, etc.
The regular Ze5700 is purchased as-is-pre-configured, usually delivered faster and cheaper most of the time.
Hi, what is the max RAM on my pavilion dv6000? is the dv6308nr, it has vista-32 bits, but I want to move to 7-64 bit, thanks a lot. Hugo
.. .and make sure that if you want to update the BIOS, do it before installing W7, or you will be brick the phone if you Flash the BIOS thereafter.
Everyone sees this release note, after they install Windows 7, and they Flash BIOS.
System requirements: Operating systems
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition
Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic 32 Edition
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 32 Edition
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic 64 edition
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 64 edition
Exit the: 2010-04-06 Version: F.43 Compatibility: Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows Vista (64-bit), Microsoft Windows XP Fix/development: -Fixes an issue where a message that says to replace the battery is incorrectly displayed when upgrading the operating system to a Microsoft Windows 7 operating system.
The good news is someone who is flashing the BIOS on a dv6000 and dv9000 notebook after installation of windows 7 doesn't have to worry about the problem of fake battery error more.
The bad news is that they need a new notebook PC.
What IS THE BEST WAY to CLEAN ALL USER FILES FROM A PC the wIN98
Hi Col BROWN,
Please see the following article on how to perform a clean install:
In addition, for more information, please see the following article:
I hope this helps!
I am sorry to raise this issue that so many people who have asked me. I read pages and pages of discussions on the MS forum on this subject, and without exception, all the experts said Microsoft registry cleaners are completely unnecessary and that junk in the registers has no performance impact at all. Instead, they say, to do x, y and z. I am running Windows XP on my desk for five years, and gradually, he got so slow it's almost unbearable. It takes 10-15 minutes just to start, and sometimes it takes 2 minutes or more just to open a window of browser (IE8) or go to the previous page by using the arrow to the left. Before you tell me all the things it could be, please let me say that:
1. my PC has not always been this slow! It is getting worse.
2. all my Windows software is up to date. I have automatic updates on.
3. I have a lot of disk space, almost 75% of free space on a hard drive of 80 GB.
4. my PC is free of viruses, spyware and Trojans. I have McAfee antivirus running and I also sometimes run Malwarebytes and Trojan Killer, because they always find things that don't have McAfee.
5. I defragment my hard drive on a regular basis.
6. I regularly delete all my temporary files by using the Windows Disk Cleanup utility.
7. I have very little, if any "Add-ons". No toolbar Yahoo or Google (or Bing!).
8. I removed nearly every program that I start, so that they are not running in the background.
9. I uninstalled all the programs that I don't use.
However, I still have a slow ever-more computer. Sometimes, when I see ads on TV to increase the speed of my PC, I download the 'free' software, and they claim to find hundreds or thousands of "registry errors. When I look at the newspapers, I see many entries in registry for 'Netscape' and 'Google Earth', which I uninstalled years ago, as well as entries for the videos that I downloaded, seen once, and deleted a long time ago.
So, what's the problem? If it's not related to my registry (which Trojan Killer says has more 6 000 entries!), what else could be? I would appreciate greatly any advice you can give, because there are dozens of companies on their touting their registry cleaners and the uninstall (for a price) programs, and after reading reviews of the MS MVPs, I'm skeptical of their claims. Thank you. :)
I can't disagree with a lot of things have already been said.
I'm willing to accept that your machine does actually takes 10 to 15 minutes on the clock. It's completely absurd.
Some people call your "Windows Rot" problem. Becomes just the slower windows over time. It is a collection of things that are happening in the background. Yes I believe that the register contributes. Using a registry cleaner is not a "magic" solution But it can help a little.
The PC care program/process you described is above average. I suggest you add CCleaner. Disk Cleanup is not bad, CCleaner is better, cleaning of other stuff which does not resemble the DC. It won't be a significant difference because disk space is not your problem, but it will help a little.
'Play' with the registry is VERY risky. If you decide to go ahead, I would say that first make you a copy of the full image backup using a utility that can be started and run from a CD/DVD. Just in case the registry cleaner breaks of your machine.
Registry cleaners is that they take a "best estimate" to what is no longer necessary. Sometimes they think wrong. And each vacuum cleaner will clean slightly different sets of places. If the tool does not provide a way to back up the registry before you start cleaning, do not use it. He is not careful enough.
If vacuuming offer 'levels' of cleaning, enjoy. Open for more aggressive cleaning, with resetting and long series of normal use between cleanings.
You are looking for a tool which also makes registry "defragmentation". The registry is a database that get disorganized by additions and deletions. Defragmentation will be re - organize and get rid of a 'lost' space, making it the smallest file, afterwards faster to read. It is not something you need to do frequently, but since you've never done it in 5 years, it would help, after cleaning registry.
Another place to find CPU and RAM wasted resources is Windows Services. These are small programs that start at boot time. They run in the background and provide support services to all applications or specific applications. Many applications services are running even though you don't really need them. You can find information on which you can set by Googling for 'Windows XP hardening'. There are a lot of sites with good information. They call it hardening because by disabling unnecessary stuff, you leave less possible openings for the "bad guys" to the attack.
Ultimately, I think your best bet will simply bite the bullet and re - install windows and all your applications. It's the best way to restore your computer to almost any performance fees factory. (It is not exactly factory fresh because you need to add a ton of Windows updates).
Before you re-install, do copy image 1 or more full backups. At least one must be done using a tool that will easily allow you to extract the files. You data backup files separately to make it easier to restore the reinstallation. IE, copy it to a USB key.
Many "experts" actually expect to, and do, re - install windows every 6-12 months! I think it's a bit exaggerated, but they swear by it.
Once you do your re - install, create a copy of the magnified image
Install a firewall application (before the windows updates)
Once you do all updates of windows, create a copy of the magnified image
After that you re-install all your apps, create another copy of the complete picture.
In this way, in the future, you have more current points to restore your computer to. It will reduce the time you spend to get back to the current configuration.
On a 5 year old XP machine, you have probably 512 MB - 1 GB of RAM. You might also consider taking in the shop (or DIY) and bump the RAM up to at least 2 GB or better still max out. The current versions of the applications use much more memory than they did 5 years ago. Even XP will be since he has been seriously corrected since then.
What is the best way to clean/free up space on my computer? Even do not know where to look to see how much space I use... Thank you.
A loss of main surface within each user profile would be penchant of EI for the storage of copies (or much) of almost every web page, your friend has already visited. Try to reduce the amount of temporary Internet files put in cache, which is huge by default. I always bring it back to a maximum of 50 MB. In Internet Explorer, click on tools > Internet Options > general, temporary files > settings.
Same principle for the Java cache. Start > Control Panel > Java > temporary Internet files > settings.
The System Volume Information is the folder in restoration of which WinXP system feature stores information to retrieve errors. By default, Windows XP sets aside a maximum of 12% of the size of the partition to store the information of the System Volume, but the amount of space reserved for this purpose can be adjusted by the user. Start > all programs > Accessories > system tools > system restore > System Restore Settings, select the relevant partition and click settings. If you don't want to use the system at all, restore simply to turn off System Restore (start > all programs > Accessories > system tools > system, System Restore settings restore) and restart. This will remove all your Restore Points, thus freeing up hard disk space.
An another great space waster may be trash. By default, it takes up to 10% of the capacity of your hard drive. On today's big hard disks, it's a lot of waste. It can be set to a lower limit by right clicking the desktop Receycle Bin icon, select Properties, and using the scroll bar to reduce the maximum size to something more reasonable - 1% to 2% should be more than enough space.
I created a machine virtual in VMware Player but not yet installed the operating system. I would like to delete the virtual machine and start from the beginning of the process. What is the proper way to remove a virtual machine in VMware player?
Just curious, have you even looked in the help file in VMware Player? It tells you how to remove a Virtual Machine.
With the Virtual Machine off, right-click in the Virtual Machine library and select: remove VM disk
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