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Not sure of your particular MB, but most always the switch is a pair of pins in an array where the front panel LEDs and reset and power switch are. This array of pins is almost always at the lower right hand side of MB. Assume the components side is facing you and the expansion slots are at your left hand, (where you add extra cards like video etc). then look at the lower right side or bottom edge, mostly right at the edge of the board. Should be an a double row of pins, at least 8 maybe up to 12. Look real close next to these and you may see print indicating which pair do what. PS = power switch. RS = reset, HD = Hard drive LED PLED = power led light.Spk internal beep speaker etc. (Note LEDs require correct polarity to work) Sometimes no print there.. Then you need the manual to decipher pin pairs. Or experiment. All you need to do is make the connection momentarily (like push button) with a small screw driver tip to start it, while looking for correct pins. If no power on check your power supply connections on the MB. Or suspect either MB or Power supply issue.
The HP is a flat screen monitor used with many desktop computers. When the LCD on your HP monitor goes white, it is an indication that your monitor's inverter board has gone bad. The inverter board is a small circuit board that transfers power from the monitor's main circuit board to the LCD screen. Replacing the inverter board means dismantling the HP monitor.
1. Power down your computer and unplug the HP monitor cable from the back of your desktop. Disconnect the power cable from the back of the monitor. Relocate the monitor to a flat work surface. Place the monitor with the screen facing downward.
2. Remove the Phillips-head screws from the monitor's base stand and from the back cover. Lift the base stand off of the monitor and remove the back cover. Peel away the foil from inside the monitor around the internal circuit board.
3. Locate the inverter board near the bottom of the monitor's casing. Unplug the power cables from either side of the inverter. Loosen the Phillips-head screws from the inverter board. Lift the old inverter out of the monitor's casing and set it aside.
4. Place the new inverter inside the monitor. Replace the Phillips-head screws and fasten it in place. Reconnect the power cables to the connectors on each side of the new inverter. Replace the foil around the outside of the main circuit board.
5. Replace the back panel and base stand, and their retaining Phillips-head screws
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The spec say it has a built-in microphone. If you are using Windows, open the sound controller and check that the slider on the microphone is turned at least half-way up. When you open the sound controller (speaker in the systray next to clock), the microphone is normally muted. To test, unmute and tap the microphone or speak into it. Make sure you have the volume turned up on the speakers too.
The dv1000 notebook is equipped with:
1 Type I/II PCMCIA card slot. I store my Media Remote control. (left side)
1 IEEE-1394(Firewire) (right side)
3 Universal Serial Bus (USB 2.0) (Two on the right side and one on the left)
1 Built in 6-in-1 digital media reader (No Compact Flash)(Right Side)
2 headphone-out (front)
1 microphone-in (front)
1 TV-Out (S-video) (right side)
1 RJ-11 (modem) (left side)
1 RJ -45 (LAN) (left side)
1 External VGA monitor port (left side)
expansion port for use with HP Expansion Base(sold separately).
Available only with Intel Extreme graphics with productivity port (left
Look at the lower right side of the board (as you look at it with the expansion slots to the left). You will see a row of double pins. Usually, on the bottom of that row, there will be some writing that identifies the pins. The power switch pins are labeled PS and the reset is labeled RS or RST. See if that helps.
If not, let me know and I'll see if I can be more exact.
You need to reset the main base and make sure the ringer volume is turned all the way up. Disconnect the power from the back of the main base, press and hold find hs key while reconnecting power until you hear long beep. Should reset base and handset.
You can't print on both sides you miss • Automatic duplex unit for two-sided printing" you're model doesn't have it. Read below:
Shown at left: HP LaserJet 9000 series, base unit—LaserJet 9000
base unit =
• 50 ppm print speed
• first page out in less than 8 seconds
• built-in RIP-once technology
• 300,000 pages-per-month duty cycle
• 64 MB memory
• EIO expansion slots
LaserJet 9000n = base unit + • HP
Jetdirect 610n (EIO) internal print server for Ethernet 10/100Base-TX
• 100-sheet multipurpose tray LaserJet 9000dn = base unit + • HP Jetdirect 610n (EIO) internal
print server for Ethernet 10/100Base-TX
• 100-sheet multipurpose tray • Automatic duplex unit for two-sided printing
LaserJet 9000hns = base unit + • HP Jetdirect 610n (EIO) internal
print server for Ethernet 10/100Base-TX • Automatic duplex unit for two-sided printing
• 2000-sheet input tray
• 3000-sheet stapler/stacker
check your motherboard manual if you do not have it go to www.support.hp.com and look for manuals based on the model. this should give you detailed instructions as to which pins you plug those cables into. usually they are located towards the bottom of the motherboard to the right of your PCI Expansion slots