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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
here is the link to download your required drivers..
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
Proceed from the page below to download all drivers and manuals for your model
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Posted on Mar 01, 2009
I guess, it was Compaq Precario 2200 not 220 . You can click the link below to download the appropriate drivers.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
SR2180NX has the Vista 32Bit OS from HP. The restore partition will always put Vista 32Bit back on if you use it. Windows XP can only be put on from scratch and I have done it while I still have Vista installed. One problem: there are no XP drivers under SR2180NX webpages. Do your research on the parts that are installed in the 2180 and any other HP machines that have the Windows XP operating system as the OEM OS. But First, check the Intel Site for the 945 chipset drivers (include the SouthBridge, too) under XP. Get them downloaded to a CD and burn the rest of the drivers you find for XP on the same CD. This way, you will have them ready when you are performing the down-grade to windows xp. After you are done with the XP install, you will still have access to the files & work you had done while in Vista. The Vista files are still readable. You might want to consider getting the Windows 7 Professional (not basic) available October 22, 2009. AND you will still have to get the Intel Downloads for Win7 any way, so why not make it a project and make it last for a few years. XP Support stops in 2014.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
Its good to keep like that since PCs need cooling regularly. Not like laptops. Laptops are designed based on architectures which provides cooling internally. Using copper pipes is an example. Anyway there are ways to control the fan speed. Before that check which fan that runs constantly. There are several fans in a system unit. Such as CPU fan, Graphic controller fan, chassis fan, extra coolers.
First thing is that you have to adjust your power scheme.
Go to control panel and then power options. Select appropriate settings.
If you use Vista as the OS this is a common problem since its visual effects eat the cpu. Specially that side bar and other things and drivers.
Check whether you have a process which is using 100% cpu using task manager. (Processes tab in task manager). If so either you have to stop it or terminate it of its a hanged program.
There are options to control the fan speed in your bios. Check the bios. To enter bios you can use one of these keys. Del, F2, F10 or Esc. One will let you in. Check the fan options and specially for a QFan option. You have to adjust the settings to control the fan. Finally there are hardware controllers which controls the fan speed near the fan (built in to the fan or near the fan's plug on the mother board). You can adjust them if you need to.
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Posted on May 31, 2010
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