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Unfortunately, your display problem is not repairable, except by replacing the display panel itself. What's happened is that something in the electronics built in to the display panel has failed, and it's keeping that column of pixels stuck on all the time. There isn't any way to get at those electronics to repair them, so the only cure is a new display.

This kind of defect would be something that the manufacturer would fix if the monitor was still under warranty. Yours is probably out of warranty, but it can't hurt to check your owner's manual or the HP website, and see if there's any hope. If your monitor is past any warranty, it's time to look for a replacement.

I wish I had a more positive answer. Thanks for using Fixya anyway!

HP 22"LE2201w... | Answered on Jun 03, 2011


There is a large board attached behind the LCD panel, the video enters and is processed on that board and distributed to the display screen, when there is a disruption in the processing it involves the panel that is tied to the main itself. If the video cable is detachable from the monitor and computer you can try to sub it for any change. Problems of this nature usually exceed the price of a new monitor and better just to replace it for a new one.

HP 22"LE2201w... | Answered on Jan 28, 2011


Run a good antivirus software, clean out junk files and cache files, make sure you have enough RAM 2GB minimum and more will be faster, check that your hard drive is healthy and not failing which will slow a laptop.
If none of these things helps, save your personal files to a thumb drive and reinstall a clean load of Win10.

HP Computers &... | Answered on Nov 23, 2020


Place your OS disc or USB into the respective slot and boot your computer.Follow the onscreen instructions if windows based or if MAC OS X press and hold Command, Option and R then hold whilst powering on until the globe appears on screen If Lynux insert DVD ROM and follow prompts.

HP Computers &... | Answered on Nov 20, 2020


Look on the Hp website for the correct drivers.

HP Computers &... | Answered on Nov 18, 2020


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HP Computers &... | Answered on Oct 31, 2020


awwww maaaaaaan never use that thing! It is nothing but trouble. If you need to reset your G4 get a repair/reinstall disk or flashdrive off eBay. Sets it up brand new for less then $15 if you look hard enough. Many uses too.
(The Whoo)

HP Computers &... | Answered on Oct 29, 2020


you can recover lost files from computer with Asoftech Data Recovery program. here's the good guide
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZDCrKzNl6w

HP Computers &... | Answered on Sep 28, 2020


ever read the manual

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-laserjet-pro-mfp-m130-series/9365370/model/9365371/manuals

page 128
er/12 states this.
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The imaging drum is incompatible with the printer, possibly due to a missing or damaged memory chip. Replace the imaging drum.

HP Computers &... | Answered on Sep 28, 2020


1. Download and Install Program on An Accessible Computer
Due to you're locked out of Windows, so, you need to download Windows Password Recovery tool and install it on a Windows or Mac computer to create a Windows password reset disk. There is a built-in installation guide from the program, so it's kind of easy to install it. Right-click desktop shortcut and run it as administrator
2. Make a Bootable Password Reset Disk (Take USB for Example)
A password reset disk is the tool we are going to use to reset the password of Windows computer. You have two options to create: one is by using USD drive and the other is with CD/DVD. USB driver is recommended in here because some of the modern computers don't have a stock DVD drive.
Insert your USB flash to computer and then select the USB drive from the drop-down list, make sure you've correctly selected the target USB driver, then click "Burn USB " to start to the burn the ISO images to your USB. It may takes a few minutes
3. Insert the USB Driver to Your HP Computer and Boot HP Computer from USB
Insert the USB reset disk to the computer which password is locked currently. In order to let this password recovery tool work, you have to change boot order in the BIOS setup and make USB as the first bootable device on that locked computer (HP).
Boot your computer and enter into BIOS settings by typing certain keyboard. This process is different from computer brands.
For HP laptop computer. Restart your HP computer and press ESC key to enter into startup menu when the computer starts. Then press F9 key to enter "Boot Device Options" and select Boot Manager. All the booting options will be displayed on that window. Then select USB hard rive as the first boot option by using up or down arrow key. Press Enter key to save the option. Or you can see HP support to set boot order.
4. Select Target Admin Account and Reset Password
Restart the locked computer(HP) and at this time Windows password reset tool will take into effect. Here is the screen after boot up. Select a Windows system from the upper section and choose a user account in next. In default, admin account is selected. Click "Reset Password" button, then a small window pops up to ask you if you want to reset the password of selected user. Click "Yes" to reset the password to blank.

HP Computers &... | Answered on Sep 09, 2020


HP uses the error 3f0 to indicate a problem with the Optane memory (Intel Rapid Storage) or hard drive. It could be an issue with the Boot configuration, missing or damaged system files on the drive or the boot record or Optane memory. You should test the hard drive with the HP Diagnostics test. Make sure that Legacy Boot support is disabled. Then in the BIOS tools, see if the BIOS sees the Optane memory. For desktops, see https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c06101701 .

For a laptop, make sure that the drive cables (power and data) are fully seated. (Use appropriate tools to stay grounded relative to the system and look for the Maintenance and Service manual for your model.) See https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01443463 for the full set of steps.

Note: accessing these tools before Windows boots can be difficult. I usually hit the appropriate function key multiple times starting immediately after turning on the computer. It can be hard to get the timing from a Restart on Windows 10 when fast boot is enabled.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(The solution might require replacing the hard drive and then restoring files from a good backup. I hope you have backups of your data.)

HP Computers &... | Answered on Aug 18, 2020


11years old 2009, and all need service that old ok?

here are the top fails on this PC, this old, (lots)
all batteries are no good now, even shorted. dead PC.
CCFL back lamp dies next. VGA port works CCFL not.
and packed up in lint, never seen on ever not.

overheating is caused by zero service done.
cleaning is must. ( and also extends the life of ANY PC)
all vents cleaned and all fan blades.
and this RAD photo below.


if not TOO bad even "can-o-air" sold at walfart works.
I call that back blasting all vents.
I use shop air to blast mine out, (via paint reg to 20psi)
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HP Computers &... | Answered on Jul 23, 2020

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