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My hp pavilion ze1210 laptop does not have a vga driver install on it. i need the driver please....

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Start with this URL:-

It should take you to the HP support website, loads of info. but select the Software & Driver downloads option, should take you where you need to go.

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Hp pavilion ze1210 intermittently boots up or will not turn on at all.

ok it's a laptop., old.
let me guess 2003 made, square 4:5 screen
XP removed, (smart idea) Linux installed.
I guess the screen is 100% dead, not one pixel ever glows, right?
no text, ,no BIOS screens on demand, (esc key pressed, power on)

1: step 1 is always remove the main big battery. run now?
2: try external VGA screen yet, to see if the old internal screen is dead? see that VGA jack on the rear, and the hot function key that turns it on, bingo.?
(use a flash light to see if screen internal has data but the
CCFL back lamp is dead.?)
4: if bios is dead and both screens fail,what is next.?
19vdc from the power pack must reach the guts (MOBO)
if not all HP lap tops die. use a voltmeter or get a spare power pack
many power packs this old are now bad. 14 years old,
the can be good, bad, or weak. weak is bad.
5: sparks is a bad thing, in all cases, when heard it needs service.


May 04, 2017 | HP Pavilion ze1210 Notebook

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Hi, ze1210 bios doesn't have an option to boot from USB-port. Is it possible to do something?

Just go to bios settings and choose external drive as your first boot sequence.
Save upon exit.

thanks for asking FixYa!

Sep 13, 2011 | HP Pavilion ze1210 Notebook

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Hp pavilion ze1210

The drivers available for that machine for XP are located here No wireless adapters are available - so i suspect no wireless installed on the PC _ to be sure and see if the unit has a wireless adapter do the following Press the Windows key (bottom left of the keyboard} and at the same time press the R key, now in the search box that appears - type devmgmt.msc click on the + sign for network adapter have a look and see if you have anything listed as wireless or 802.11 you can get a wireless adapter which will connect to the USB - quite a few available on the net and shops. Make sure it will work with your version of windows on the machine

Apr 19, 2010 | HP Pavilion ze1210 Notebook

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I try to movies on DVD, it says please install VGA

This is because the graphics card driver is not installed\corrupted. I've you have the driver CD insert it and install the driver for the graphics card. Else go to and select 'Drivers and download', specify your laptop model and Operating system. Download the drivers and install it.
Please come back and vote for me if this turns to be helpful for you of also if you need more clarifications. Thnx

Mar 28, 2010 | HP Pavilion ze2000 Notebook

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I need vga driver for hp 500 laptop

Here is the VGA driver download link for Windows XP (Home/ Professional).

Download and install it and reboot your system.

That's it.

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Jan 07, 2010 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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HP Pavilion dv 1000. Which driver/software do i need to install to fix this problem: there is no standby option. I have already gone to the power options but there is no tab that says anything about...

You need to install all drivers of your motherboard of laptop and then only this option will be enabled in Operating system. Please let me know what operating system are you using?
If i consider Windows XP then,
download drivers from this link by creating your profile and then install it

Oct 25, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv1000 Notebook

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No power

You have a shorted power mosfet beside and the buttom of the power supply connector. You don't need a schematic to check that.

Jul 24, 2009 | HP Pavilion ze1210 Notebook

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Laptop Won't Stay on with fully charged battery

Problem is with the motherboard. 95% of the time motherboard has to be replaced or repaired on the component level to fix.

The other 5% is a bios update.

If your laptop is a ze1210 the updated bios is


Let me know what happens.

Best of luck!

Feb 28, 2009 | HP Pavilion ze1210 Notebook

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Reboots after every startup after SP2

Microsoft hotfix Q317277 causes this problem in the HP Pavilion ze1210 laptop. I had this happen with my ze1210. The way to fix it is to "flash the BIOS". (I won't assume you know what this means -- if you don't know, you're basically going to just replace a set of instructions that the computer follows when it starts up.)

Now, what you want to do first is get the program jbm130.exe from HP's site (as of today, it's at Go there and download that file. When you run that program, it's going to ask you to put in a floppy disk to create a bootable floppy that will flash the BIOS. Now, I know the ze1210 doesn't have a floppy drive, but that's okay. There is a way around that. Just format a floppy disk (to format a floppy, in case you don't know, go to My Computer, right click on the A: drive, or whatever drive your floppy drive is, and click Format. You want to do a "Quick Format".) When it's done, run the program you downloaded. It should say "copying sectors" and all this stuff and then close out. If it just closes out without saying a lot of stuff about copying sectors or something, then you probably didn't format the floppy disk yet, or the floppy might be bad.

If you have an external floppy drive that you can boot to, pop that floppy in the drive and plug it into a USB port on your ze1210 and start it up, and boot to the floppy drive. (I'm too lazy to look up which key does that right now, so look it up if you don't know how. I know if you hit F2 when the HP symbol comes up, it goes into the BIOS, and you can set it to boot from different stuff through there.) When you boot to the floppy, just follow the instructions, and it will reboot, and you'll be home free real quick. Once it restarts, if it boots to the floppy again, it's not a big deal. Just take the disk out and restart again and then you'll be done. If you DO NOT have an external floppy drive, read on...

Okay, so you don't have an external floppy drive. That sucks. But hey, neither do I. Now that you're done making that bootable floppy that's supposed to go in the floppy drive you DON'T HAVE, we need to turn that bootable floppy disk into a bootable CD. This is pretty easy. You want to download MagicISO, a program that lets you create bootable images and such on CD or as an ISO (which is an image file that you can use to easily burn a CD, etc.) So install that and start it up. When you do, it will say you can't save ISO images bigger than 300 MB. That's fine, cause we want to make a tiny ISO from that floppy you made. Hit "Try it" and you'll see this window pop up with a ton of stuff in it. Don't panic. Go to Tools, then Load Boot Image. You just happen to have a bootable floppy in your drive, so select "From bootable floppy driver". (I know, they screwed up and wrote "driver" instead of "drive" throughout the program, oh well. The program works, so I don't care that much about their typos.) The thing that said Not Bootable should now say Bootable on the main screen. If it doesn't, then you screwed up making the floppy somehow. If you screwed up, fix it and then move on to the next step.

Now you're ready to save that as an ISO. Hit File, then Save As, and give the ISO image a name. Save it to your desktop (or wherever, just make sure you remember where it is). Now click Tools, and Burn CD/DVD with ISO. A little window will pop up. Pop a blank CD-R or CD-RW in your burner drive, select the drive letter of your burner. For the CD/DVD Image File, you want to select the ISO image file you just made. Tell it what speed it can burn at. (1x or 2x is actually fine for this, as we're barely burning anything on the CD. It'll be a quick burn regardless of what you choose.) Make sure Finalize CD is checked and click "Burn it". Your CD should burn and you'll have your bootable BIOS Flash CD. Label it HP Pavilion ze1210 BIOS Flash to v. 1.30, or something like that, pop it into your laptop, start it up, and boot to the CD. It'll start up and you'll be golden.

Mar 05, 2008 | HP Pavilion ze1210 Notebook

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