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^ That is the laptop I have and I want this monitor hoked up to it.
Will I be able to connect them?
I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.
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This is the monitor.
Hi again. I have a videocard with an open DVI port. All I wonder..is if I can make use of this technology with my HP LCD Monitor.
Or..am I stuck with good ol' VGA. =P
Thanks...and as for the Updates for HP' problem...I'm calling tech support today.
The information just isn't there. Either contact them or get the monitor and see for yourself. By the way, you're blowing DVI out of proportion, the picture quality difference, if any, isn't noticable. I use a DVI connection with my LCD TV but only because I sometimes want to watch TV while I kill the combine or vice versa using the Picture In Picture (PIP) function. Otherwise, there's no difference for me between VGA and DVI. I've not heard anything to the contrary of my experiences either.Read other 3 answers
I'm thinking of changing to XP so started gathering hardware driver updates.
I've drawn a blank over the monitor - a Taxan Ergovision 755 TCO99 bought in 2000.
I think Taxan must be gone as there's no website. Microsoft's Windows catalog XP hardware list shows no Taxan monitors and google comes up with little more than old reviews.
I don't know if this matters anyway? When I've had to reload Win98 2nd ed, the monitor worked before the Taxan drivers went on, so I assume I wouldn't be left looking at a dead screen under XP?
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My grandson who is in the military bought a new 23 inch computer monitor and then was deployed so he gave the monitor to my wife. When I connected it to her computer with WXP, the display was too large for the screen. When on the Internet you cannot see the minimizing icon or the X to close the program. In addition, the fonts were difficult to read and some window frames that contained text were so faint you could not read the text. I believe the new monitor resolution was 1080X1920.
I have bought new larger size computer monitors in the past and had no difficulty. I reduced the recommended resolution which brought the above referenced icons into view but the fonts were still difficult to read.
My question: Is there some way you have to determine if your computer can support a monitor before you make the purchase?
I'm going to assume that's a 23" wide-screen LCD monitor.
Can you provide a description of it?
Right-click MY COMPUTER, then click Properties - Hardware - Device Manager.
Click the + in Display Adapters
What's the description of the device there?
Double-click that device to open its properties window, then click the "Driver" tab.
What's the driver date and driver version?
Click the + in Monitors
What's the description there?
Right-click an empty on the desktop, then click Properties.
Click the "Settings" tab.
What's the current resolution setting, and is the slider far left or far right?
My fiance has a Dell Dimension 4700 with a 17" FP monitor also from Dell; both are 2.5 years old.
(That's not the problem... or is it? LOL)
Earlier today, when the monitor returned from 'sleep mode', the monitor's on button flickered on and off, resulting in no display whatsoever. Teasing the on/off switch didn't seem to cause the button to remain on or off - it kept cycling between the two power states. Giving it a several hour rest to cool down didn't seem to help, either.
Question (this is for a short-term solution):
Is it okay to hookup an old Gateway CRT monitor to the Dell system without endangering the CPU?
Granted, the monitor is old... but it has worked for 15 years and still seems to have some life in it. My fiance is concerned that there could be issues with proprietary wiring, and with that in mind, obviously doesn't want to fry his CPU.
Thank you in advance for any help you can provide in this small issue.
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Have at it! As long as it has a VGA connection you should be all good. At the worst, you won't get an image on the monitor at all.
I've had the pleasure of hauling freakishly heavy, circa 1980's Mitsubishi CRT's out of a place, and they still worked on fairly modern computers. Those *******s.
If I overlooked an answer to my question already.....sorry.
However here goes....I am trying to fix a friends Northgate computer for her.
The monitor is a Northgate Innovations flat screen, which I can't seem to get to display anything better than 16 colors. I have tried every CD I have including my win XP professional OS installation disc and her Northgate driver and application recovery discs, all to no avail. Windows does not seem to like any of the other drivers I suggest. It wants to stick with the piece of crap presently installed. Why? Apparently only God knows. Northgate has closed up shop and I haven't had much luck browsing the net looking for compatible drivers and \ solution.
Anyone with any workable compatible drivers so I can get this thing to set a 32 bit color display, in the Display Properties\settings screen. Any suggestions?
We need to know more about the computer, specifically the video card or motherboard model if the video is integrated. Everest should help you identify the motherboard and/or the video card. Its not the monitor that needs the driver, its the video card.
For the motherboard look under the Motherboard -> Motherboard -> Motherboard Name.
For the video card look under Display GPU category OR under the Devices -> Physical Devices category for a video card.
V3-572PG says monitor not compatible when upgrading to windows 10 Anniversary, contact manufacturer. Got nowhere. Any ideas.Read other answers
I have an AOC 917Sw LCD monitor. Im trying to install the driver via add hardware. I have a CD from AOC but when i try to add the driver it says it isnt compatible for 64bit system??
How do i get by this?
Have you tried the manufactures web site to see if they have a driver for 64bit ?
I am planning to buy a new LCD monitor SCEPTRE X20G - NAGA III.
My video card is NVIDIA GeForce 4 MX 420. How can I check if it's compatible with the new monitor that I'm planning to get? Does it support 1080I, resolution of 1680 x 1050?
If it's not compatible, then what video card should I get?
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So I've been building my pc (first time) and its be frustrating to say the least.
I've hit another road block here, my video card is DVI-I and my monitor has two connections, VGA and DVI, my Monitor came with a VGA Cable and my Video Card came with two VGA-DVI adapters. So I put the adapter on the video card end and plugged the VGA cable into the VGA slot on the monitor.
So I put the adapter on both ends but the DVI-I adapter wont fit into the DVI slot!
Is there anyway to get around any of this or am I totally screwed?
Thank you all for your help!
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I have an HP laptop and I have been running it with dual monitors. I finally decided to upgrade to Windows 7 and after I installed it I noticed that the built in monitor of my laptop looked strange and when I opened the display settings to change the screen resolution and set the external monitor as a separate monitor rather than a mirror I noticed that only one monitor was detected and it was the external one (Generic non-pnp monitor on standard VGA graphics adapter) and the built in monitor does NOT show up at all.
I've tried the detection button, in hopes that the computer would read the built in monitor and I could fix the problem. This did not help. I tried unplugging/replugging the external monitor to no avail. I tried restarting without the external monitor plugged in and it STILL reads the built in monitor as if it is the external one. Is there anyway to fix this? I have not tried re-installing the OS, not yet anyways.
Any suggestions ?
Only thing I can think of is to disconnnect the external monitor, uninstall any monitors listed and then reboot and hope the computer installs the correct drivers for the laptop monitor.
I want one thats not over $400.20"-35" is fine.
10000000:1 contrast ratio
2ms response time
1080(1920 x 1080)
That is just all I know to look for in a monitor.Basicly whatever gives best gaming experiance and also able to work on 7 also.I would really like a 3D,but fell thats probably not in my budget.And if so,it would probably be under 20"
Actually, do you need speakers built into the monitor? I only ask since I know of two ASUS monitors that I believe fit all your requirements, and are also beautiful to look at.Read other 6 answers
I have an HP W2007 monitor. When I try to install windows 10, it says: NVIDIA GeForce 6150le not compatible. What to do?
morty4 Hello;Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!That message is not about your monitor, it's about the video card. If you can, please follow the directions in this link to find the detailed product number of your PC: http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03754824?jumpid=reg_r1002_usen_c-001_title_r0001 We need the detail product number of your PC. There should be a sticker with this information on the case. Also, need to know what Windows version your PC is running. We need that information because troubleshooting steps are different for the various Windows OSs.Here is a link on how to find that info: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/which-operating-systemWe can proceed once you provide the information.Thanks========================================================================I am a volunteer and I do not work for, nor do I represent, HP.---------------------------------------------------------------If my posts helped you, please click the Thumbs-Up symbol to say thanks.If my posts solved your problem please click "Accept As Solution".========================================================================Read other 2 answers
I have the HP w2338h 23-inch LCD Monitor and am attempting to upgrade to Win 10 but it will not let me due to monitor not compatible. I've gone to support page and when I change opp sys to win 10 no drivers are found. Please advise.
BBartok It's unlikely that's the real problem, as monitors generally do not need or use drivers. We need the detail product number of your PC. There should be a sticker with this information on the case.It will look something like this: The product number we need it item#3. Also, I see you're running Win10. Did the PC come preinstalled with Win10? Or, did you upgrade it from a prior OS to Win10?If you did the upgrade, how long ago was that, and what was the prior OS?We can proceed once you provide the information.ThanksRead other 1 answers
I'm trying to upgrade to Windows 10 but I get a popup that says that my SP2309w monitor not compatible with Windows 10 upgrade. I've have all of the new drivers but that doesn't help. Where else can I look for hepl?Read other answers
I have a HP Envy dv6z, which came with a AMD Radeon graphic display card. I have a HP 2009m external monitor. On Windows 8, everything worked. When I upgraded to Windows 10, my external monitor is no longer detected. From I have learned, it does not appear that HP or AMD is upgrading the driver for Windows 10. If this is not true, please let me know where I can find the new drivers. I believe my only option is to buy a new monitor. I have these questions ... 1. Recommendations for monitors that have drivers compatible with Windows 10?2. Will I have to replace my graphics card (assuming AMD will no longer be my graphic display)? Any other thoughts or ideas are welcome.
We need the full model number of the laptop but I suspect that when you upgraded to Windows 10 your video is now running a generic driver that does not support the HDMI port. Go into device manager and see what is shown for "display adapter" please. The problem is not the driver for the monitor it is the video card driver. There is no way to replace the video card. We just need to get the right Windows 10 drivers installed to make the external monitor work. It is connected by HDMI, right, not VGA?Read other 1 answers
my monitor is a compaq it is a trinitron is it compatible with my NVIDIA GeForce 6200(XFX) 256MB DDR2 AGP8X video card and my motherboard is ASUS P4S533-X
please help me out i got this card juss to play oblivion.
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Hi,First of all - English is not my first language so I`m sorry for grammar mistakes.I have the following problem:When I use a set of dell optiplex 9020 with dell monitor E178WFP they seem to be incompatible - monitor is entering power save mode and computer is not booting up. Exactly not booting - after turning 9020 on even if I change monitors computer is not responding. Everything works fine with other non-dell monitor though, hp monitor for example. Best part is that when turning 9020 on with monitor cable unplugged (which is D-Sub) after windows finishes loading then plugging dell monitor it displays everything fine. Monitor is ok - works fine with dell 7010. Computer is ok - works with hp monitor. Problem appears only with dell 9020 and dell monitor together. Monitor is quite old (2008 year) so I think if there is some compatibility issue of it with new machines. It looks like this monitor is causing that computer cannot run through POST. Computer has only onboard graphics. Tried updating bios with no results.It`s a serious problem for me because I have replaced 8 dell 7010 computers with 9020 and now any of them 'isnt working'. Buying new monitor for every computer would be quite painful. Any advice would be appreciated.Read other answers
Is the Dell Monitor(E2216Hvm Black) compatible with Windows 10?
Hi, Dell E2216HVM is not an HP product but yes, it is compatible. The only thing you need to check: it only has VGA port therefore you need to use the right cable/adapter to connect it to your computer. In my case, I have to use DVI to VGA to connect it to my Lenovo port replicator. Regards.Read other 1 answers
My LG monitor works perfect with all my other devices, but it can't detect signal when I connect Toshiba whith HDMI cable.
I have tried all types of resolution that Windows 8.1 permit.
What do you mean with ?cannot detect the signal??
When you connect your Satellite to the LG using HDMI cable can you switch between internal and external display using FN key combination?
I don't have this machine and don't know for sure which F button has option for that but I hope you have checked it already. Right?
I am using a 22" screen for my primary screen and the laptop lid open for a secondary screen. The main screens resolution is 1680x1050, I can set it to anything I want and it's always using the full screen. The laptop screen on the other hand will only use the full screen if it's at 1400x1050 resolution (max for that screen, IBM Thinkpad T43). With the large 22" screen I have no trouble reading the screen at high resolutions, the screen is huge, with the little 14" screen though I have to strain to read the screen at 1400x1050.
The problem is when I set the laptop screen to anything lower than 1400x1050, it uses less of the screen. Preferrably I want it at 1280x1024 or 1024x768 (I dont know which I want yet as I can't see the freaking screen at that resolution). At 1280x1024 for instance the useable screen is just a box in the middle, so the "1280x1024" is still barely readable for me cause it's shrunk from full screen, plus it's just annoying only using a portion of the screen.
I have played with the ATI Control Center, the Thinkpad display settings and windows display settings and just cannot get this thing to go full screen at lower resolutions when docked and using the external monitor.
Anyway to resolve this?
I have an older laptop.. it's a Lenovo ThinkPad T41 2379.
I want to put a new HDD in it... since it only has a 40G and I have filled it up.
It's the kind that sits on a little platform thing and slides out when you unscrew the screw. There is NO cable, SATA, ribbon or otherwise. It just looks like an IDE connection that you plug the HDD directly into.
If I were shopping in a store I could find this by looking at it, but I have no idea what it's called and want to order one from newegg.com.
Can anyone tell me what it's called "technically", or provide a newegg link?
Boy I am just not laptop hardware savvy. lol
Thanks in advance.
It would be an IDE laptop drive.
There is probably an adapter on the IDE connection of the drive
to adapt it to the laptop.
The adapter will need to be removed and installed on the new drive.
You dont want to get a drive that is larger than your hardware can handle.
If it can do 40GB,it will probably handle a 120GB drive.
There should be screws in the side of the hard drive carrier you remove
to remove the drive from the carrier.
Just wondering if I will be able to run Vista 32bit on my Toshiba laptop. You may not need all of this but here are the specs (Satellite A85-S107):
OS Name Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Version 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2 Build 2600
OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
System Manufacturer TOSHIBA
System Model Satellite A85
System Type X86-based PC
Processor x86 Family 6 Model 13 Stepping 8 GenuineIntel ~1400 Mhz
BIOS Version/Date TOSHIBA V1.10, 6/7/2005
SMBIOS Version 2.31
Hardware Abstraction Layer Version = "5.1.2600.2562 (xpsp.040919-1030)"
Total Physical Memory 768.00 MB
Available Physical Memory 188.21 MB
Total Virtual Memory 2.00 GB
Available Virtual Memory 1.96 GB
Page File Space 1.62 GB
Page File C:\pagefile.sys
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Compaq Presario CQ42-117TUMircsoft Windows 7(64-bit) Can this laptop support up to 8gb of RAMs?Can this RAM, "Corsair 4GB DDR3L 1600Mhz SODIMM CMSO4GX3M1C1600C11" (4gb x 2) compatible with my laptop?sorry for the bad english, hope to hear from you soon!Read other answers
I have an: Aspire 5935G-663G32Bn
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T6600 [2.2GHz, 800MHz FSB]
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
I need to replace: Hynix 2BG 2Rx8 PC3-8500-7-10-F2 [The 2GB RAM stick.]
Details of the RAM:
Technology: DDR3 SDRAM
Form Factor: SO DIMM 204-pin
I need to replace my broken ram stick with a new one.
I want it to be 2GB
I need it to be compatible.
Iv looked all over the internet and i cant find any prices on the ram sticks...
I have been to kingston and they are extreamly expensive... £100 with P&P
I have been to Hynix [The actual producer of the exact ram stick that is broken] and i cant find prices there.
What can i replace my 2GB ram stick with that will work without fault.
What can i replace it with that is compatible?
[A list or ram sticks and a website that i can buy from is preferd.]
Anyone got any ideas?
[if i posted this in wrong section then please move, sorry.]
My old laptop had WinXp and it wasnt working so i sent it in for repair:
they told me it would cost to much for them to repair so my warranty got me a new laptop:
problem is that it has vista, I would personally like to "upgrade" to windows Xp Pro
Xp Pro x64 bit edition
I was wondering with the specs if everything was winXP compatible
XP is compatible with anything that runs Vista. Vista is a lot more demanding, the part that wouldn't be compatible is the drivers. I have a toshiba laptop that came with Vista, and I do want XP on it, but my problem, ther is no driver on XP for the wireless card. So I either give up the wireless card, figure out how to make a driver for it (probably will never happen), or hope they eventually come up with one. The only reason that my driver wouldn't work is that the wireless card is se up differently then most I think so there isn't a driver for it except through Toshiba and they don't support XP for this laptop since I last checked, not too long ago.
The best way to check this is to go to the companies support site and see if the drivers for everything work with XP.
I did just check the website and it doesn't seem like they support XP either, so it can be a hit or miss then. You can try setting up XP as a dual boot (like I did) to test it. You can also call them or write to them and ask them, they may have a better answer than I do. I never used an Asus product before so I don't know too much about them.
XP Pro will be easier than XP 64 since a 64 bit OS has less drivers avalibale (just not as commonly used yet).
I have a laptop w/ this CPU: Intel Core 2 T7200 @ 2.00GHz 1.99 GHz. Socket 775 (mobile)I'd like to upgrade to a better CPU, Any idea what my parameters are? I am not technically savy. Thanks. -John
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Hi guys. I want to know if this RAM is compatible with my laptop.http://www.corsair.com/en-in/corsair-memory-8gb-ddr3l-sodimm-memory-cmso8gx3m1c1600c11My laptop is HP 15-r007tx Notebook PC. If anyone can answer me with details i would be very glad. Thanks.Read other answers
I am a bit confused about my ENVY dv6 7300 Quad Edition. In the maintanence manual, it says that it does not support SSDs over 160GB. If this is true, then why? I want to upgrade to an SSD, but I will need more space than a measly 160GB. That doesn't even seem to be big enough for the entire OS.
Hi, You don't need 160GB for any OS on personal computer. One of my laptop has 120GB SanDisk SSD. I use it for Windows 7 Ultimate, Office Plus 2010, Adobe CS5 suite, Nero 10 suite and few other programs and still have 24GB free. Anyway, back to your question: You can use SSD greater (capacity) 160GB. The sweet spot now is 1TB. Regards.Read other 3 answers
Hi, We have this laptop: HP Pavilion x360 13-s052sa. It has a touchscreen and we want a stylus/pen. According to this HP webpage: https://support.hp.com/gb-en/document/c05166879, "HP Active Pen (Synaptics)" is compatible, and "HP Active Stylus (Wacom)" and ""HP Pro Tablet Active Pen (Synaptics)" are not compatible. However, according to another HP webpage: http://h10010.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c05166879&lc=en&cc=tw&dlc=zh-hant&product=58775, "HP Active Stylus" is compatible, and HP Active Pen" is not compatible. This is contradictory. Please can someone clarify which is the compatible stylus/pen to use?
Hi,This is the HP document that I've seen being updated regularly: https://support.hp.com/gb-en/document/c05166879Most of us here suggest this one to follow.RegardsVisruthRead other 1 answers
1.80 GHz AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core Mobile Technology TL-56
512 KB + 512 KB L2 Cache
1024 MB (2 x 512 MB)
Up to 4 GB
NVIDIA GeForce 7150M
160 GB (5400 rpm)
LightScribe Super Multi 8X DVD?RW with Double Layer Support
15.4? WXGA High Definition BrightView Widescreen (1280 x 800)
High speed 56K modem
Integrated 10/100 Ethernet LAN
802.11 a/b/g WLAN
Bluetooth wireless networking
Altec Lansing speakers
3D Sound Blaster Pro compatible sound 16 bit integrated
101 key compatible
Touch Pad with On/Off button and dedicated vertical Scroll Up/Down pad, volume control, mute buttons, 2 Quick Launch Buttons
PC Card Slots
One ExpressCard/54 slot (also supports ExpressCard/34)
5-in-1 integrated Digital Media Reader for Secure Digital cards, MultiMedia cards, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, or xD Picture cards3 USB 2.0VGARJ-11RJ-452 stereo headphonesexternal microphoneAC adapterS-Video-outexpansion portExpressCard SlotIEEE 1394aConsumer IR
35.70 cm (L) x 25.70 cm (W) x 4.06 cm (min H) / 4.30 cm (max H)
Integrated fingerprint reader
65 W AC Power Adapter6-cell Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery
What's In The Box
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Hello everyone, I recieved a new Dell Laptop for Christmas.
I need to buy an inexpensive decent printer for it that will print photo's and make copies.
Does anyone have an opininion as to what type I should buy? Thanking you in advance. Hope everyone had a great Christmas.
OS Name Microsoft® Windows Vista? Home Basic
Version 6.0.6001 Service Pack 1 Build 6001
OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
System Manufacturer Dell Inc.
System Model Inspiron 1501
System Type X86-based PC
Processor Mobile AMD Sempron(tm) Processor 3500+, 1800 Mhz, 1 Core(s), 1 Logical Processor(s)
BIOS Version/Date Dell Inc. 2.4.0, 4/18/2006
SMBIOS Version 2.4
Hardware Abstraction Layer Version = "6.0.6001.18000"
Installed Physical Memory (RAM) 512 MB
Total Physical Memory 445 MB
Available Physical Memory 90.3 MB
Total Virtual Memory 1.41 GB
Available Virtual Memory 751 MB
Page File Space 1.00 GB
Page File C:\pagefile.sys
Kodak has an ad for the "kodak esp 5" which brags on low TCO (Total Cost of Ownership), ie; cheaper inks
This is an All-in-One printer + Copier device and if I had NOT already purchased the
Canon mp470 (pixma fine) which I love, I would go with the Kodak
Hi. I've been using HP laptop (15-n274ca) for almost 2 years. Since couple of my friends have told me that I should change HHD 1TB to SSD instead of buying another laptop, I would like to know if my laptop is competable to use SATA 3 SSD. Also, If you don't mind would you give me a recommandation of SSD brand? Thank you guys a lot! - My Laptop speificiation - Operation : Windows 10 Home 64 bitCPU : Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4200U CPU @ 1.60GHzMemories : 16GB ( 8GB Samsung 1600MHz + 8GB 1600MHz)System Broad : 2164 29.40System Bios : F.42Graphic Card 1: Radeon (TM) HD 8670MGracphic Card2 : Intel(R) HD Graphics Family Hard Drive : TOSHIBA MQ01ABD100 - 931.51 GB
Not even an issue. SATA3 will clock back to SATA 2 if needed but your laptop is SATA 3. Best consumer SSD is Samsung 850 Evo but others make very good ones, too. SanDisk, Kingston, etc.Read other 1 answers
Sir,please suggest A COMPATIBLE Battery for HP ENVY M6 1102TX NOTEBOOK LAPTOP. THANK YOU
Hi,Manual: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03694820Specs: http://support.hp.com/in-en/product/HP-ENVY-m6-Notebook-PC-series/5296045/model/5305648/document/c03...Part No: 671731-001Description: SPS-BATT 6C 62WHr 2.8AH LI MO06062-CLThese are compatible:9-cell, 100-Wh, 3.0-Ah, Li-ion battery : 672412-0016-cell, 62-Wh, 2.8-Ah, Li-ion battery : 671731-001You can go for higher capacity one if you need.Eg.http://www.ebay.com/itm/251075663697?_mwBanner=1http://www.ebay.com/itm/171304221924?_mwBanner=1RegardsVisruthRead other 1 answers
I am looking at a laptop for a fellow student. He upgraded from 8.1 to 10 shortly after 10 became available. Recently it was running slow and shuts off sometimes. Fan vent was clogged. CPU temp a little too high. First of all there are no drivers for Windows 10 from Toshiba. This laptop is not on their compatibility list.
I was running ccleaner and noticed its taking a long time. I looked at the CPU and Ram usage and CPU is at 7% and RAM at 49%. Then I noticed the speed of the CPU is at 1.2GHz with a Max speed of 2.6GHz. Every now and then it will jump to 2.3GHz for a second or two, then back down to 1.2 or 1.3GHz. Could this have anything to do with the 10 upgrade? Will not having the drivers for 10 create a performance issue? I think the laptop needs to go back to 8.1 but I need input from above my level (very low).
Toshiba Satellite P855-S5102
Intel Core i5-3230M CPU @2.6GHz
4G RAM Single Channel DDR3 @ 798MHz (11-11-11-28)
Ccleaner is still running through Edge. Been doing it for 20 minutes and still at 0% progress which is why I posted.
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i am from India. I need to upgrade the RAM for my laptop.I looking for 4gb upgradation of RAM from existing 4gb.I need it while searching in online market.What is the configuration of my laptop RAM.I need help in this issue.Please help me out.
One more issue is that Will there be any problem if there are different volts in two RAMS cards in the provided slots
kp94 wrote:Product number: F6B14PA##ACJSerial number: (removed content) i am from India. I need to upgrade the RAM for my laptop.I looking for 4gb upgradation of RAM from existing 4gb.I need it while searching in online market.What is the configuration of my laptop RAM.I need help in this issue.Please help me out. One more issue is that Will there be any problem if there are different volts in two RAMS cards in the provided slotsDDR3L-1600 (Transfer rates up to 1600 MT/s)Two SODIMM slots supporting dual-channel memory2GB,4GB, and 8 GB SODIMMs * Maximum16GB If you want the upgrade to 8GB to go without issue, then install two identical 4GB Guaranteed compatible memory modules. Do not mix match memory modules in any way unless you don't mind losing time and perhaqps being frustrated by your notebook's blue screens and not booting to Windows. Take a look ayt the following web page at crucial.comhttp://eu.crucial.com/eur/en/compatible-upgrade-for/HP---Compaq/probook-450-g1Read other 2 answers
please help. I recently bought samsung ativ book 9 lite presuming I could play the sims 3 etc on it and it is in fact not able to, I love age of empires and can someone tell me if you think id be able to play it on this laptop? Thanks
AoE 3 is a little old... so go to www.canyourunit.com and then type in the name and search/run the website. It will check your computer, but your video card may be the problem. I see that it comes with Windows 8? If so you may can get away with Windows Compatibilty mode.
My mother attempted to upgrade her laptop to the latest windows version and now it doesn't work. I contacted Microsoft and was told that her system is not compatible with their upgrade. It has a blue screen (not necessarily the blue screen of death) but when I turn it on, it shows: PREPARING AUTOMATIC REPAIR (white scren flashes) DIAGNOZING YOUR PC Blue Screen: AUTOMATIC REPAIR Your PC did not start correctlyPress, RESTART, to restart your PC, which can sometimes fix the problem. You can also press ADVANCED OPTIONS to try other options to repair your PC. RESTART does not fix PC ADVANCED OPTIONS:Continue: Exit and continue to Windows 10. Tried and brings me back to the blue screen. Use a device: Use a USB drive, network connection, or Windows recovery DVD Internal Hard Disk or SSD. Drive: Brings me back to blue screen USB drive: nothing in USB. Selected and message says The selected boot device failed. Press <enter> to Continue. Boot Option Menu: OS BOOT MANAGER OR BOOT FROM EFI FILE. Inexperienced and unsure what to do so I ESC to exit. Recovery from a DVD or USB: No recovery disc. Troubleshoot: Reset your PC or see advanced options. Reset this PC. Lets you choose to keep or remove your files, and then reinstalls Windows. OPTIONS: Keep my files: Removes apps and setting but keeps your personal files.  ... Read more
DIANAKD Hello;Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!I wish I had good news for you -- but I don't ... While Microsoft tells you that there is no risk in the Win10 Upgrade, because they let you believe that you can always revert back to your original OS and setup within 30 days, the ugly fact of the matter is that the Win10 GoBack function has proven to be unreliable -- and when it fails, it can leave machines in a corrupted state -- which doesn't always happen, but it does happen often enough to be a problem and you won't get any warning in advance that it is going to trash your PC!If that is not bad enough, the Win10 Upgrade is know, in some cases, to corrupt the Recovery partition stored there by the OEM that built the original machine. This pretty much guarantees that no HP Recovery is going to work: http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Video-Display-and-Touch/HP-Recovery-Manager-Blocked-After-Windo... At this point, the ONLY way to restore her prior OS is through something known as HP Recovery Media. HP Recovery Media is a set of DVDs and a CD, or USB stick, that will erase the hard drive (removing all data, settings, and applications, reinstall the original OS, drivers, and some HP Utilities. In some cases, you may be able to order a USB stick instead of disks. You have to order these from HP; they can not be downloaded.You can look online for Recovery Media starting with the linked paged: http://support.hp.com/us-en/driversOnce there, input your P... Read moreRead other 1 answers
My mother attempted to upgrade her laptop to the latest windows version and now it doesn't work. I contacted Microsoft and was told that her system is not compatible with their upgrade. It has a blue screen (not necessarily the blue screen of death) but when I turn it on, it shows: PREPARING AUTOMATIC REPAIR (white scren flashes) DIAGNOZING YOUR PC Blue Screen: AUTOMATIC REPAIR Your PC did not start correctlyPress, RESTART, to restart your PC, which can sometimes fix the problem. You can also press ADVANCED OPTIONS to try other options to repair your PC. RESTART does not fix PC ADVANCED OPTIONS:Continue: Exit and continue to Windows 10. Tried and brings me back to the blue screen. Use a device: Use a USB drive, network connection, or Windows recovery DVD Internal Hard Disk or SSD. Drive: Brings me back to blue screen USB drive: nothing in USB. Selected and message says The selected boot device failed. Press <enter> to Continue. Boot Option Menu: OS BOOT MANAGER OR BOOT FROM EFI FILE. Inexperienced and unsure what to do so I ESC to exit. Recovery from a DVD or USB: No recovery disc. Troubleshoot: Reset your PC or see advanced options. Reset this PC. Lets you choose to keep or remove your files, and then reinstalls Windows. OPTIONS: Keep my files: Removes apps and setting but keeps your personal files.  ... Read moreRead other answers
Here are my specs:
HP Pavillion G50-104NR Notebook PC
Intel Pentium Dual CPU T3200 @ 2.00GHz
Memory (RAM): 2GB
Windows Vista Home Premium SP1
According to crucial.com - I ran the system scanner
Motherboard Manufacturer: Wistron
Motherboard Model: 360B
CPU Manufacturer: GenuineIntel
CPU Speed: 2000 MHz
Total Memory Slots: 2
Installed Memory: 2 slots: 1 GB, 1 GB
I want x2 2GB memory sticks.. = 4GB ram
but i cannot find what type of ram my laptop is compatible with
ddr, ddr2, or ddr3?
Thanks in advance!
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Hi, Is my HP G62 320 AMD 64bit laptop compatible with 64bit virtualization? Because I'm running Linux Mint 17.3 XFCE 64bit and Virtual Box, I also enabled SVM from bios. Other people are telling me I have to enable other options in bios that do not seem to exist in my bios. I have a 64bit Windows 8 install disc, but Virtual Box is insisting on booting as 32bit and of course Windows 64 is rejecting 32 boot. My bios seems to be very limited in options. Or is there a setting in either Mint or Virtual Box that has to be enabled or disabled? I want to install Windows 8 64 into Linux Mint 17.3 XFCE 64, as virtual.Read other answers