Question about HP Pavilion dv7-1130us laptop
The touch controls on my dv7-1262us work, but also bring up an Excel document everytime I use them. The volume button brings up numerous Excel docs. I've experienced 51 at one time, due to that button. I was wondering if there is any "quick fixes" that don't involve rebooting the entire operating system (which is what an IT reccomended). The switches worked completely fine until about two days ago.
Any suggestions would be appreciated
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yaaaaaaaaaaaaa its works man
now its working and making sounds and evry thing
thanks aloooooooooot bro
its working for the first time since i bought this hp lap top
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
If you are talking about the Quick Launch buttons of the Notebooks from where we usually increase, decrease or mute the Volume, the lights will be still and will not increase or decrease with the increase or decrease in Volume.
However, you do have a utility which should be preinstalled in Notebooks called HP Quick Touch which shows the bars on the Display when the volume is Increased or Decreased using the Quick Launch buttons. This application is not compatible with Windows Vista 64 bit edition.
The HP Quick Touch application is available for download from the link below :
Save the file in the Notebook and double click it once the download is completed to install the application.
Hope this helps....
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
SOURCE: my hp dv7 1262us laptop
I have such a laptop and it would shut down pretty fast after i start demanding apps, turns out the fan airways below the screen were obstructed so it overheated in a giffy, and HP knows this one does overheats ;), maybe that's what is happening to you
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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