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I don't know, but regardless, if you have a firewire connector on your laptop, it will work. If old like mine, even if the camcorder is firewire 800 ready, made for 800, it will run at 400 (just like my laptop can do USB 2 but cannot do usb 3... so it sends at USB 2 speeds.) The firewire connectors look the same for both 400 and 800 btw. <:0} So it doesn't really matter.
Plug one end of the VGA connection cable into the VGA port on the external display. Tighten the knobs on the VGA connector to secure the cable to the monitor. 2
Plug the other end of the VGA connection cable into the VGA port on the on your Compaq 6910P. The VGA port is located on the back of the device. Tighten the knobs on the VGA connector to secure the cable to the laptop. 3
Plug the external display's power cord into a wall outlet. Power on the device by clicking its "Power" button. 4
Boot your Compaq 6910P. 5
Click on the "Start" button in your task menu. 6
Select "Control Panel," then click "Appearance and Personalization." 7
Click "Personalization" in the window that appears. 8
Select "Display Settings." 9
Select "Mirrored" from the New Display Detected dialog box to have your displays mirror each other. 10
Select "Extended" from the New Display Detected dialog box to have your display function like one, large workspace. 11
Select "External Display Only" from the New Display Detected dialog box to use only your external monitor. 12
Click the "OK" button to keep the changes and exit the setup.
I have bought a couple of batteries from them before. They work just make sure that the voltage of the battery. (10.8v) matches the voltage on your battery. Also make sure that the mah 6600mah is greater or the same as the battery that you have. The mah is the mili ampers per hour (in other words the fuel) the bigger the mah the longer your battery will run. I also find ebay a great place to buy hp batterys from. Just make sure that they are oem hp and not a generic knock off and you will be fine and use the same rules from above. and also make sure they will fit your model number. I hope this helps
You could possibly have a loose dc jack.Being able to wiggle it around and getting it to work tells me that the jack is probally going out.That wiggling your doing can cause an arc on your system board,which can short out your board.Stop wiggling your power supply adapter in your dc jack and take your computer to certified repair shop and have your jack checked.Best to rule this out first ,so no damage is done to your board.If you jack test good ,then replace you power supply....Good luck