Question about HP Pavilion Computers & Internet
I got an HDMI cable with HP pavilion Desktop Computer. But there is no port for it on computer except USB ports. Can anyone tell me how can I connect the HDMI cable from monitor to Computer? Is any Cable/Adapter available ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Maxtor one touch 4 mini-
Quite strange.. I would suggest that maybe one of the usb ports is faulty.. Or ofcourse, one of the cables.. Or the usb port has been mis-wired inside the pc. That has been done before. Anyway, do you have access to 2 usb drives.. I mean micro/thumb drives? I'd test each port by itself first, to see if they operate correctly, then if they do, use the two usb drives in the two usb ports at the same time, to test read & write.. I guess there are other things you could try, like going to control panel, system, hardware, device manager & checking on the status of the usb ports. That may tell you something worthwhile. Whatever you do, test each port with the one single cable. Yer, this is a strange fault. Let me know how you go. Rgds,
Posted on May 11, 2008
SOURCE: No high speed usb port
The 2 usb-ports on the front and the 3 back of your Dell is high speed ones, at least the manual says so, they are all USB 2.0.
If you cant get them work properly with the 2.0 usb speed, you can buy an high speed pci add-in- card and install it on your pc.
Here you can read about the "high speed usb" :
And here is the manual and avalible drivers for your Dell:
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Posted on Feb 23, 2009
The monitor has integrated speakers. This means that there should be a headphone jack at the front or side of the monitor. You can plug your (amplified!) speakers into this jack, and it will bypass your monitor speakers.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Here are some things to check.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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