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I got an adive from a friend after I have been struggling with this machine's slow reponse when I am running programmes on it that I should try and see how much memory on system configuration and it was displaying only zero under memory and displaying only 1 processor. So I put in the 8 for processor but the memory dont want to take 8192, every time I press ok and apply and when I check it again its gone back to display zero. So what I did was to put in 2096 Gig of memory and it saved that one until now and it is running on this 2096 Gig but I would like to know why it is doing this and what could be the possible solution to this problem. Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP Pavillion Laptop
I have just experienced same p[roblem with my Pavillion laptop. Seems to be a graphics card problem. (Hp have issued extended warranties to cover this problem, which is apparently quite common in the pavillion range?)
I have had to send my machine back to HP to fix it. gah.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
If your laptop is overheating, it means that the Processor fan is not working. You can damage it further if you keep trying to us it. Although I must say, this is the first time I've heard of using frozen veggies to cool it down. I have a client that bought a portable Air conditioner to cool his laptop. I fixed it by replacing the fan.
The fact that the unit works while being cooled externally points directly to the fan.
Is the unit out of warranty?
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
Your memory appears compatible with your model of laptop. It is possible that you have a bad stick of memory. Try installing the sticks 1 at a time and boot up with each stick separately and see what happens. If 1 of the sticks allows you to boot but the other does not then I would contact PNY for a replacement stick. Just to double check here you are installing 2 gigs total not 2 2gig sticks for a total of 4 gigs. Max memory for Dell Inspiron laptops is 2 Gigs.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
SOURCE: HP laptop display issue
I was using a HP DV6910US and i faced a problem when my laptop froze and i had to press thepower button to reboot.
But on reboot my laptop had all the lights on keyboard light on with no dispaly on screen/blank.
I have called the HP helpline and they told me to do these steps...
1.Disconnect all cables and usb connections of the laptop including power cord.
2.Remove the Laptop Battery.
3.Do not connect the Power cord now,Instead press and hold the power button for 25 seconds.
4.Now connect the powercord and put the laptop battery in place.
5.Now press the power button on your laptop and as the lights come on immediately press the Function/fn repeatedly.
Your problem is now solved as the screen comes on to life.
I was told that the problem is something related to the memory of the battery.
I hope my answer will help many Hp owners to solve the simple problem.
If you cannot get through you need to call the HP Toll free helpline at your place.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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