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On the IdeaPad, while the system is booting, before you get to the windows booting screen (during the BIOS boot), press F2 to bring up the BIOS options. From there, change the language ("idioma" in spanish) from spanish (Espanol) to english (Ingles). If that doesn't fix it, then change the language in Windows 7 (Start menu > Control Pannel > Clock, language, and Region > Region and Language)
You should not have to reinstall the operating system. If you have trouble navigating in Spanish, contact me at my listed email address.
Hi there, please restart your laptop when its booting press F8 key . You will find few option asking for selection. Select that by using up/down arrow key. Select " Last know good configuration" & press Enter. Next page asking for selecting operating system, for example: windows vista or Windows XP etc. Just select the operating system & press Enter again. ( Hope your laptop showing only one operating system ). Your laptop will start normally. After the if you seen the screen dark then press FN+Right arrow in key board(>). When you press FN + ( </ ) or ( >) key that's time its working for brightness controlling for screen. Now if all well then fine other wise please let me know .
Another suggestion is run your HP driver DVD for installing Display drivers. When finish restart your laptop and watch whats going. If no success then format the Operating system & reinstall again.
The @ is at Alt-Gr + Q now to change it to spanish you will have to reinstall a spanish operating system. If its a new laptop, with a legal operating system, then i would try to trade it with the manufacturer.
first of all you will have to format your laptop cause when you have vista u cant install xp with it u will have to install xp first and then install vista about the driver u will have to do some settings in cmos setup and will have to change hdd type that will solve your driver problem so first install xp and then install vista regarding drivers for xp u will have to visit hp website and chat with a online technical person and ask him to mail you the link for drivers for xp
Is the password being asked in the bios level or the operating system user level??? is its the bios, then u will need to take off the bios battery for ten seconds and put it back in, if its the operating system, one and best way, is to have the operating system freshly installed, or go to safemode, and enter as an administrator, and change password of users or better, elminate the passwords.
yes of course u can change just follow these methods
First, you need to install a Spanish keyboard, and turn on the key combo to switch.
Go to Control Panel, Clock Language and Region.
Then click on "Change Keyboard or other Input method". The Regional and Language Options dialogue will appear.
Click on the Keyboards and Languages tab. The Text Services and Input Languages dialogue will appear.
Under Installed Services, press the Add button, and select an appropriate Spanish keyboard (eg Spain, Mexico, US etc).
Press Ok to add the selected Keyboard.
Now click the Advanced Key Settings tab, of the Text Services and Input Languages dialogue. Select a key combination, to alternate between English and Spanish keyboards (Left-Alt, Shift, by default)
Press Ok to accept changes and dismiss the dialogue.
Your Spanish keyboard should now be ready to use, once you press the Alt-Shift combo. this is just the display language settings for full conversion you cannot do u have to buy a spanish version or ask your laptop assembler to put spanish version of vista hope so your problem solves with this solution