My name z ryan. n i hv purchased a new hp copaq laptop last week.model cq40 144tu... actually i wanted to buy cq40104tu.. wat hpd was... my brother works in bglr n i told him to buy cq104tu..instead he bought 144tu... nw can i change the model.reply back.
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No, not all new computers make this squeaking sound. It may be a defect of one of the internal components of the machine, and it may be present in all of those same models. You could try to replace it one more time, and then talk to Best Buy about using the gift card to buy a different computer model.
Most modern power supply units are of the ATX type. Brand should not matter. Your PC used a 300 watt power supply when new. You can purchase a power supply with more output (watts) if you like, but not less. You will have to purchase from a computer specialty store most likely - take the dead one in and compare it side by side with the new one before buying.
First of all, dont go with a name brand and you wont have to deal with the company BS. you can build (or have built) a better computer from someone like tigerdirectdotcom and save a couple hundred dollars. granted you will have to buy an operating system for it , but you will want a system disk to reinstall the next time it crashes. Remember.. it's not IF your computer will crash , it's WHEN. I would be happy to recommend some parts or at least a barebone starter box if you tell me what you want to use the computer for..no reason for overkill..
Is it an HP printer? We had the same problem at work with print cartridges purchased at Staples. They have a major quality control problem. Your new print cartridge may be empty or dried out (died on the shelf). It's my problem at work, as I have over 80 HP deskjets, and Purchasing still insists on buying the Staples cartridges rather than the HP.
Sometimes if you shake a print cartridge really hard it may correct the problem. However, I would buy or borrow a black HP print cartridge and try it out in your printer. Works almost every time on the job. Good luck.
In Windows XP, if by "display name" you are referring to the username during login/logon, it can be replaced by going to Start, Control Panel, User Accounts, Change an Account, choose your account (last name), Change my Name, Provide New Name, follow all other on screen instructions.
hope this be of help/idea. Post back how things turn up or should you need further information.
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