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If it is a resistive touch screen you can use anything as a stylus. To test if it is resistive touch it with a non conductive material like something made of wood or wear a glove. If it doesn't work then it is a capacitive touch screen and then you just need to buy any capacitive stylus and yes it will work. Photoshop should work fine too.
Always use an authorised HP service centre for a job like that otherwise you may finish up with problems like incorrect mother board ownership/serial numbers. Only HP can reset and sort that out for you. Avoid getting only half a job done!
Update your video card. To update download the latest driver of your video card from HP site. Copy and paste the link provided below to your URL and it will lead you to HP Pav dv2500t drivers. Choose the OS you are using, look for the video driver, download it then install to your machine.
Windows uses generic simple drivers for any optical drives. Try deleting the drive from device manager and reboot. You do not need to download anything special for windows to operate a drive. If you cannot access the drive then it may be damaged or a hardware fault.
you're probably resting your hand while you're writing... this happend to me when i attempted to draw/write/what have you. the computer can't differentiate between the pen tip and your hand, so what you need to do is disable your finger as a pointing device: 1) go to control panel 2) click on the mobile pc 3) go to pen and input devices 4) you should see a TOUCH tab. click on it. 5) uncheck the box that says "Use your finger as an input device."
This should help. obviously, you lose the capability to use your finger, and the whole idea of touchscreen in general, but you can always enable this after drawing or taking notes.