Question about HP Pavilion Computers & Internet
Is it possisble to hook the 2 together so i can see what is on my pc? It has been in storage for a couple years and like to update it.
Not easily no. You would need to login to the old computer, set up file sharing on whatever you want to see. You could then hook both computers to your network. Look at the ip the only one gets. On the new computer hit the start button and type \\<ip addrsess>\<share>. You could also do a crossover cable between the two computers ethernet ports. All in all it would just be easier to log into the old one.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm the same guest from before and I've got my slimline back up and running. I found the solution somewhere else, can't remember where as I was on someone else's computer, but suggested a boot up problem with some USB devices. One suggestion was to power the computer down, unplug all USB devices and power it up again. The only USB device I had was an HP all-in-one printer/scanner. I unplugged that and the computer booted right up. Hope this helps!!
Posted on Sep 10, 2007
SOURCE: my HP Pavilion s7210n slimline
the problem is the power supply. it's pretty much a special order part since the slimline case is 'non-standard' . check the link for more info.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
I would suggest to use the ge force 6200 it is very compatable with the hp pavillion series
it will cost you about 60 dollars andcomes with a 2 year warranty Most local computer repair shops or computer stores will have this card ok
I hope that this is very helpful for you.
Best regards michael
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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The on-board RadeonXpress 200M graphics is a dog. It offloads a lot of work to your cpu, and shares system memory which ties up the bus and detracts from the memory available to the OS.
The s7520 suffers from thermal problems due to it's size and poor ventilation. It also has a very limted power supply. Therefore, your choices are also limited. If you could score Radeon X600 or X1300 with 128MB for cheap somewhere it would be a worthwhile upgrade. It does need to be PCI (not PCI-E) and half-height (low profile).
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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