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Need info on Memory for HP Pavillion MX70 desktop computer

Lost manual and need to know what the pin number of the memory bd is along with the max allowable memory upgrade it will take

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  • IQUIT May 11, 2010

    MX70 is the model number of the Monitor attached to the computer tower.

    To help you with your request, we will need the model number of the tower.

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I have an hp pavilion a720n desktop with an hp pavilion mx70 monitor and windows xp home. There is a problem with the color displayed on the monitor. I see mainly black and white, but blue shows up fine....


First of all you can check the computer by connecting another monitor to it to see if the problem goes away...if so then the problem would be in the monitor. If not , then I would try to change the video grafics card in the computer(assuming you don't have built in video). If you have built in video on the mother board then you will either need to replace the motherboard or disable the onboard video and install a video card

Dec 19, 2010 | HP Pavilion MX70 17" CRT Monitor

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I added memory to my computer, now the monitor will not turn on - green light; then amber (yellow) light.


It is going to sleep, after it runs through it's start up. Fixing a monitor is interesting from remote, since neither party can see what is going on. Depending on what computer your have at the top are function keys, in the manual it says which is which usually F1 or perhaps F3 is a sort of emergency set up, actully it interrups before it gets to windows and looks at the "bios" which is the root of technology within the computer. If you can get there tell it with the keyboard what you did with the memory, up/down arrow keys and left /right work to get there. There is a spot concerning memory. Restart, but you might have to do it again in that perhaps the driver (instructions to the computer) have to be upgraded, you should also find this on this same "emergency start up screen" how to get the driver with a key stroke. Also in "memory" there are many things that can go wrong. "pin got bent", "wrong speed first", "pin not set correctly" and "shorted out by static electricity" it will not tell you this one just will not work. Might also try pulling the new and then one at a time the replacing them could be a bad chip, it will go till it fails so if there were 2 and 1 of two is bad, it never gets to 2.

Aug 19, 2010 | HP Pavilion MX70 17" CRT Monitor

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I was on the internet the other night an a popup said that my memory was low so what should i do an its really slow...


Hello,
If too many applications are running in the background memory is reduced. Verify that you let Windows manage the paging memory.

For WINXP
Rigt click My computer on desktop.
Click Properties
Advanced Tab Click on Performance Settings.
Under Visual effects you may ask OS to adjust for best performance Under Tab Advanced make sure that Processor scheduling and Memory usage are set for Programs.
Verify on same tab that virtual memory is about equal to physical memory (or just let windows manage it)

Hope it helps

Sep 13, 2009 | HP Pavilion MX70 17" CRT Monitor

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Dark Screen


Hi

Not cleaning per sey but a tune up. CRT monitors have alot of things going on inside (high voltage and high heat). This causes parts to change value. You can send this to my company for a tuneup or take it to a local serviceman. The average price price should be +- $100.00.

Thanks

Jul 23, 2009 | HP Pavilion MX70 17" CRT Monitor

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My color monitor (hp pavilion mx70) is having graphics problems


Need to download correct graphics drivers and then you will be able to change the options. If you already have up to date drivers then you need to Right Click on desktop and select properties and then click on the Settings Tab and change it from 16 color to Highest (32 bit). Oh, go to manufacturers web site to download drivers.

Jun 30, 2009 | HP Pavilion MX70 17" CRT Monitor

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My hp pavilion mx70 is running so slow


The issue can be caused by many many reasons such as outdated hardware, overload startup programs, corrupt registry issues, too many junks, virus attack, poor security software taking too much system resources, remnants of uninstalled applications etc. The fact is, you should keep some system maintenance job regularly. If you don't want to do these manually, try the solution: http://www.speeduphp.com/fix-slow-hp.html


Meanwhile, upgrading hardware configuration (add RAM, change a new video card, larger-volume HDD etc) can be a fast yet effective way to improve your pc performance. But that won't be the most economical way, as you know you can't always afford to do that.

Jun 14, 2009 | HP Pavilion MX70 17" CRT Monitor

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Monitor is missing pins?


If the monitor is working correctly, there is no problem. Not all 15 pins are used, therefore there is usually two missing.

Jan 24, 2009 | HP Pavilion MX70 17" CRT Monitor

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McAfee not installing


What you need to do is buy additional memory and install it.
Whats happening is that the memory installed is not enough to run all the applications on your computer. In order, to properly run any more applications (programs) its the only thing you can do or remove the programs you don't need.
Hope this helps. Bud

Jan 08, 2009 | HP Pavilion MX70 17" CRT Monitor

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Hp pavillion mx70 stopped showing red, etc


Right-click on any open space on your desktop. Click on properties and the Display properties will come up. Click on settings and make sure the resolution slide is all the way to the right. And Color Quality is set to 32 bits on the small window.

Jan 01, 2009 | HP Pavilion MX70 17" CRT Monitor

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I want to know if my monitor is Vista compatable


Yes, the monitor is Vista compatible. A monitor is just a display device, simply showing you what's coming from the computer's video card. That video circuitry is what would need to be compatible with Vista.

If you are upgrading an older computer by installing Vista, you might need to be concerned about video hardware compatibility. If you are upgrading by simply replacing the computer with a new one, it will already be Vista ready. In either case, the monitor will be fine.

Please take a moment to rate this solution if you've found it what you need, and thanks for asking here!

Dec 27, 2008 | HP Pavilion MX70 17" CRT Monitor

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