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Hi, I assume you are inserting the pen drive and it doesn't get detected, correct? If that is the case check the following: 1. Click "Start" 2. Click on "Run" 3. Type: powercfg.cpl (press ENTER) This will bring you to the power options. 4. Inside the “Power Options” on the plan that you have already selected click on the “Change Plan settings” 5. Click on “Change advanced power settings” 6. Scroll to “USB settings” 7. Open the two menus to reach “Settings” 8. Make sure the setting is “Disabled” 9. Click “Apply” 10. Click “OK” Restart you machine and now try to use your pen drive again. If this helps, plz come back and grade my answer J Ed
This error occures when a USB device draws more power than the USB port can supply.
To fix this problem, purchase a powered USB hub. Power up the hub and connect it to the laptop's USB port and then plug the USB device into the powered USB hub.
I assume you want to know how to replace touchpad.
easy precedure but best bet is to download service manual from hp site for strip down preecedure http://www.hp.com
or you could use a usb mouse or usb trackball