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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The HP50 and HP60 laptops both have a lock button I just discovered by tripping over it today. Couldn't find a description of it in the printed or onboard manuals. This button is in addition to the overall computer lock function key (f6) that is well described. This keyboard/touchpad (k/t) lock button is obvious when pointed out, but less so when those items are already locked out by casual hand motion. The button is located just above the touchpad and is embedded in the border trim of the keypad. It toggles access to your k/t. It has a little indicator light so one doesn't miss it, but it is pretty low-key, if you forgive the pun. Designers can be a little too cool sometimes!
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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Posted on Jun 15, 2009
You can try the following link to get original drivers from HP.
You may also try to uninstall through Device Manager and allow the PC to rediscover the mic again.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
If this is really an HP G60, the fix is really not that difficult.
Shut the system down, remove the main battery and the AC power cable from the laptop.
Remove the Hard Disk Drive cover from the bottom of the laptop (2 screws).
Next to the Hard disk you will see the CMOS battery --- it is about the size of a penny and covered in dark tape. Two wires lead from this CMOS battery to a plug about 1.5 inches away. Disconnect this plug, wait 5 minutes, and put everything back the way it was.
Restart the system ---all CMOS settings and BIOS passphrases will have been reset.
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
Due to regular use of the notebook, some static charges tend to stay in the computer, and sometimes results in not allowing the computer to function properly.
Please follow the power drain procedure to confirm the same:
1. Disconnect the AC Adapter.
2. Remove the Battery.
3. Hold the Power button down for 30seconds to 1 minute.
4. Put the Battery in.
5. Reconnect the AC adapter.
6. Turn on the Notebook power.
7. Restart the Notebook.
If the Notebook boots up you may fix the battery back. Try restarting the computer only with the AC power, without the battery & vice-versa. If the issue still persists then I request you to reset the memory modules, as sometimes the memory module connection get loose.
Posted on May 19, 2010
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