Question about HP Mobile Remote Control For Pavilion Dv4/Dv5/Dv7 Series PC
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to control panel, regional languages, languages and keyboards,
Select spanish, put it to the top, save it, your done.
Select the option to put the language bar on the desktop,
then you can switch between languages,
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
Hi there Dublin. I recently bought a HP laptop myself, and I believe I can help your situation, or at least I hope I can. Here's what you do: Access your Control Panel>Click Mouse>Click Device Settings>Click Settings> Click Tapping> Click Disable Tapping. That should do the trick. You are not disabling your touch-pad, just the double-clicking that is associated with it. Drove me nuts for about a day, 'til I figured it out..Hope it worked for your notebook.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
If only the one button is loose then touch pad assembly probably will require replacement. This isn't a big job but usually involves opening the case. Two screws and one connector and button it back up. If the laptop is new you should have this covered by warranty. Cost of the part should be about $30-$70 as well as labor.
If you are lucky you might just have a loose fitting button that you can snap back in to place. With the laptop off try to gently push/wiggle the button down. It might pop back into its mounts. If this works (slight chance) then it might work normally for a while and pop out again. It won't have fixed the wear that let it come loose.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
If it's only a month old TAKE IT BACK.It's got to be hardware, like Mark said, make sure the fan's running, feel for air around the edges, find the opening and always give plenty of room there to circulate air. Also please remember if it blows out it also sucks in,so please keep it clean and free of debris. I'm a firm believer that that dust bunnies and heat are deadly to pc's and other electronics. That's my two cents, hope it helps. If I did please rate me. Thanks and good luck.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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Sounds like you need to take it in for repairs, clean outs and/or replacements.
This product is known for it's heating issue and power consumption. Maybe the fan is starting to wear out and it's affecting the rest of the system. I would suggest checking the warranty on the system, if it is no longer valid, then I would look for a local tech in the newspaper.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
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