Dear All, I do not believe this battery is able to work only 1,5 h! (just internet forum chat, mailing or excell, no video or heavy games)
Has anybody idea about it: worth to change - for what type, or how to help it.
Thx in advance!
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Re: Battery Li-Ion 6 cells, 4800mAh, 65W
Most notebook batteries from new will last about 2 to 2 1/2 hours on the battery, but after about a year you will only get around 40mins to 1 hour.
You should have a settings programme built in to reduce the amount the processor works when using low required powered programmes and also the brightness of the screen can be reduced to save power and also turn off the wireless adapter when not in use.
I would recommend taking your notebook to a reputable repairer or battery supplier to ensure you get the correct battery that suits your charger
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was concerned about the hp pavilion dv4 Battery Life as well, and I still am. I
haven’t done too much testing yet, but from my initial usage I am seeing
around 2 hours with general usage (browsing the Internet, using
messengers, doing a video chat for maybe 30 mins) There are settings to
change between conserving power and system performance so you can adapt
it to what you like.
I imagine with Power saving mode on and light usage it will get over 2
hours (but not near 3 hours) with High Performance mode and heavy usage
(photoshop, gaming especially) you would probably get an hour maybe 1
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It runs very fast and speeds through everything I’ve thrown at it
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Close Excel first and check out if Outlook or Outlook Express/Windows Mail is your mail program for Office. Start>Settings>Control Panel....Internet options (Program Tab) In Vista : Start>Default programs Controls to send mail might be missing missing or disabled or there are errors when you try to mail.
If you are a gamer, look up the system requirements at the game review or distributor's sites of the games you want to play. Don't get the minimum recommended video card, but buy the recommended or optimum card for the game. Usually newer nVidia or ATI cards are safe bets for a couple of years. Be sure to know what type of interface (plug-in slot) your computer has for the graphics card, PCIe, AGP, or the older PCI. Epinions.com is a good spot to check reviews and prices. Gamer forums often have advice, too.
I believe all PS3 games are region free.
The region coding would be applicable for the blu-ray side of things, but the games should work on all consoles, providing they are original/official games.
After Reading various Forums on this Topic, it appears That All games from all regions Will Work On any PS3. ( this does not include PS1-PS2 Games )
I gues the only way to find out, is to try 1.
Your friend may not have port forwarding on their home network and the network router filters the Internet NAT redirection...
Setting up a DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) on the router for the Xbox gives it unrestricted access to the internet; also puts your Xbox outside you routers firewall.
DMZ ports have to be programmed manually and the IP address also must be manually entered; The DHCP Automatic IP address puts the Xbox back behind the firewall; just duplicate the automatic DNS Server settings and the Netmask. Then choose a IP address outside the Automatic IP range (e.g. 192.168.1.175)
If that does resolve the issue see if the other Xbox needs a Live Update.