Question about HP Mini 1010NR Notebook
If you have an HP mini like the 1010nr, you may have only an 8GB solid-state "drive" the solution is to: 1) plug in a usb drive to a side port for extra space; or, 2) BETTER - pull off the cover on the right side to access the hidden USB port and install a permanent large-capacity usb memory module, then replace the cover. This requires a small usb stick with little or no case (like this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/PNY-Attache-Paris-16GB-16G-USB-Flash-Drive-Stick-Purple-/250804063654?pt=US_USB_Flash_Drives&hash=item3a65164da6) -REMOVE THE OUTER CASE FIRST.
Posted on Feb 08, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to the following link:
...choose the appropriate operating system you have, download the driver files for the "Chipset" and run the file afterwards. Reboot and test the USB mouse. The chipset drivers are for updating the software for your motherboard, which includes the USB controller.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
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