Re: can laptob be track if ADEONA get uninstalled from...
Hi rahul, I'm sorry to say but ADEONA has no mechanisms for attempting to survive a disk wipe, actually though it is a great software it is aimed to the kind of thief as common as those opportunists that have no further knowledge of what can or can not be done with a stolen machine.
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Did you have some type of tracking software such as Lojack or Prey? If so turn it on from any other PC and it will track the laptop's location (by GPS) once the person who stole it gets on the internet. It will also take pictures of them without them knowing it if it has a camera. Simply take the GPS Location report and the pictures to the Police and they will go pick up the laptop. As a computer repairman, I've installed and recovered many laptops and cellphones for people using this technique. http://www.generalsystemsconsulting.net
It seems that you have formated you laptop with CD. It has formated the recovery drives so you need to reinstall your laptop with CD if shipped with the laptop. F11 would not work in this scenario if you have already formated the Laptop with other CD coz whenever you format the drive and create partition with any third party CD it normally delete the Recovery partition from the laptop. If the case is such then you cant get back you old recovery partition. But you can create a recovery disk from the same laptop if you can find... one with any friends etc and then re-image your laptop with that disk. After that all the setting will be back. Or you can contact with SONY support for the same issue they can provide the same disk.
Try re-installing the HP audio driver.
You can download the audio drivers from the Compaq/HP WEBsupport/download page. Make sure you select your model laptop and the XP orVista Windows version of the drivers you require and install them. Click onthis link to download the drivers: - http://welcome.hp.com/country/au/en/cs/support.html
It might not help but sounds to me like it updated a lot of updates. You might have to let it keep starting and rebooting till it has installed all the updates.How do you know it filled your hard drive?
There is no way on earth to track your laptop unless you had installed some software that would tell were is it once it's on-line such as "ADEONA" which by the way it's open source. I'm sorry to say but next time you buy one you could protect yourself by installing this kind of solutions. Remember that the worst enemy for a computer is it's user.