Question about Compaq Armada 1750 Notebook
I have the exact same problem you had/have with the display. Did you ever get it fixed?
Actually I got distracted, and moved on to other projects, however I believe you can get support for the product from HP's website. I believe it was a driver problem, If I could find a CD rom and boot disk, what I would do is load Win 95 from a formatted HD then upgrade to Win 98, then upgrade again to XP or whatever your looking to use. The main problem I seemed to have was that 98 didn't have the driver or even recognize the CD Rom ( even though it was working ) so I couldn't load any video drivers. I dug it out to give it another go but again seem to have other stuff to do.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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