After buying a new AVER Media Hybrid TV card and inserting it into a PCMCIA slot in my HP Pavilion dv1000, no reaction occured. I mean, no standard plug n play reaction. The thing is that the card is working on other laptops that I've tried. Does anybody know, what might be the problem? Thank you!
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The spec say it has a built-in microphone. If you are using Windows, open the sound controller and check that the slider on the microphone is turned at least half-way up. When you open the sound controller (speaker in the systray next to clock), the microphone is normally muted. To test, unmute and tap the microphone or speak into it. Make sure you have the volume turned up on the speakers too.
The dv1000 notebook is equipped with:
1 Type I/II PCMCIA card slot. I store my Media Remote control. (left side)
1 IEEE-1394(Firewire) (right side)
3 Universal Serial Bus (USB 2.0) (Two on the right side and one on the left)
1 Built in 6-in-1 digital media reader (No Compact Flash)(Right Side)
2 headphone-out (front)
1 microphone-in (front)
1 TV-Out (S-video) (right side)
1 RJ-11 (modem) (left side)
1 RJ -45 (LAN) (left side)
1 External VGA monitor port (left side)
expansion port for use with HP Expansion Base(sold separately).
Available only with Intel Extreme graphics with productivity port (left
You should be able to get a firewire card to fit you computer. A standard pc card should fit a HP. There are two separate kinds of PC cards. There are the standard and the express versions. Make sure you get the standard version, because express is mostly for Dell. You may want to go to HP and confirm this by looking at the support section for your computer. As far as what type of firewire card, get what you think you will need. There isn't much difference between different brands.
Did you insert the memory card properly? because if your memory card is not inserted properly, the SD card reader may seem not to work. And if probably the problem is from the SD card reader slot, then you have to give it to an engineer for repair or better still take your laptop to Hp customer service center for repair. Thanks
try to insert the sd card slowly and watch the blue light if starts to blink that means it is reading your memory card then that must be the depth u can insert your memory card for the reader to work. hope this is helpful