Question about HP Pavilion dv4-1140go Laptop
I would like to know if there is a way to make my laptop be able to open up flat. I ask because I'm a professional musician and would like to be able to open it up flat to put on a music stand to read lyrics and chords from it. Thank you.
Let me state up front: I don't know. Having said that, let me also say that my son is a violinist and I have helped him with similar problems so I understand your problem. I see two options: 1) buy a replacement set of hinges off of eBay for $10 (I just checked) and see how they work and figure out of they're modifiable, or 2) make a suspension device out of a coat hanger in about 10 minutes. Personally, I would take the latter path since it has worked for me before. I would make something similar to a plate hanger and just hang the computer on the stand with the screen in a good viewing position and the CPU/keyboard jutting out forward. Good luck!
Posted on Nov 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to control panel, regional languages, languages and keyboards,
Select spanish, put it to the top, save it, your done.
Select the option to put the language bar on the desktop,
then you can switch between languages,
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
Hi there Dublin. I recently bought a HP laptop myself, and I believe I can help your situation, or at least I hope I can. Here's what you do: Access your Control Panel>Click Mouse>Click Device Settings>Click Settings> Click Tapping> Click Disable Tapping. That should do the trick. You are not disabling your touch-pad, just the double-clicking that is associated with it. Drove me nuts for about a day, 'til I figured it out..Hope it worked for your notebook.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
Sounds like you need to take it in for repairs, clean outs and/or replacements.
This product is known for it's heating issue and power consumption. Maybe the fan is starting to wear out and it's affecting the rest of the system. I would suggest checking the warranty on the system, if it is no longer valid, then I would look for a local tech in the newspaper.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
I had the same problem with my hp pavilion dv4 1430 and to fix it I just took out the battery and unplugged it from the power adapter and pushed the power button and waited for a few minutes I put it all back together and started it up and the screen turns right back on.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
Try to modify your power plan, i modified the value of process power management and fan noise came down havily. This can be found under advance setting in Power plan.
Posted on May 11, 2010
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