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first thing you get to check if your laptop suport something more good and the another thing is to look for some advice from an expert about a new video card and my advice is a laptop isnt for games you use to much when play games .
HI there. We'll I hate being the barer of bad news but the HP DV series of laptops have been having a lot of issues with losing video, continually restarting, or just plain do nothing. Hopefully your laptop is still under warranty or someone else knows of a quick fix. I've had to send out the motherboards for 2 of these to get fixed. One of them ended up being the video card on the board. And the other ended up becoming a replacement motherboard.
Here is a link to what other people are having to deal with on their Hp's.
The WEB cam (camera) is normally a USB device, it can send and capture video images as well as still images. You can talk and see people over the Internet with a WEB cam.
You need to install WEBcam software for that particular model WEBcam on your computer and configure it to run with Skype, or any other VOIP (voice over IP) software. The WEBcam software will allow you to create a video (movie) and take still photos, it will allow you to store these images on your computer.
3 Beeps: Base 64K RAM failure
Explanation: There is a failure of some sort within the first 64 KB of system memory.
Diagnosis: The first bank of memory probably has a bad memory chip in it somewhere. I would suggest trying a different stick of memory.
hp pavilion dv9000 is an entertainment system it has a TV-Out card on the back .get a S-Video to RCA cable from Radioshack to connect the video. you'll need another connector called a Bose connector to connect your headphones jack to your audio in port.