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Can you tell me if my computer hp pavilion entertainment pc has an infra red connection as I need to down load my scuba diving computer

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  • tidderae Nov 08, 2008

    Thanks for your help. The computer is model dv 9000. Hope this helps





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  • Carlos Galvez May 11, 2010

    you may need to send the exact model (like dc5700 or something), its usually on a sticker / label on the side or the front of the pc..

  • Francisco Cortes
    Francisco Cortes May 11, 2010

    post the model of you hp pavillion computer, that way we can check that for you.

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There seem to be 2 series that match your description:
dv7t

http://www.shopping.hp.com/webapp/shopping/computer_can_series.do?storeName=computer_store&category=notebooks&a1=Category&v1=Entertainment+powerhouse&series_name=dv7t_series

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dv7z
http://www.shopping.hp.com/webapp/shopping/computer_can_series.do?storeName=computer_store&category=notebooks&a1=Category&v1=Entertainment+powerhouse&series_name=dv7z_series

under I/o ports is mentioned: 1 Consumer IR (Remote Receiver)... that's your infrared port.. check coolhand's solution to see where to go to configure it, which also confirm the existance of this hardware on your computer.

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Go to control panel and device manager it should tell you in there i hope this helps

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