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HP Pavilion... | Answered on Mar 26, 2014


Step 1:
disconnect all external devices including battery & AC adapter
Press and hold the power button for 10 seconds to discharge any or all static from the PC.
Step 2:
Connect back the battery & AC adapter
press the windows key + B and at the same time press the power button.
This should clear the BIOS (Incase of BIOS issues or interrupted updates)

HP Computers &... | Answered 6 hours ago


there is no support for 21 year old OS, 98
is this a joke>?
eject the CD, and it will not spin.
no PC stated at all just Pavilion notebook.
and the HDD is dead or the OS is corrupted, just like all 21 year old notebooks are.
the service tag on the bottom clearly shows what model PC this is.
called the HP service tag. see all those numbers/
bingo what it really is, is there.

HP Computers &... | Answered Yesterday


To better determine what is causing it to reboot, first ensure your computer isn't configured to restart on a failure. From windows explorer, you can right-click on "This PC" or "My computer" and select "Properties". From there, there should be an "Advanced" tab, with a section titled "Startup and Recovery". Click on the "Settings" button in that section, to bring up the "Startup and Recovery" settings. There is a "System Failure" section, with an item "Automatically restart". Uncheck that, and click "Ok". The next time you have a failure, you should get a "Blue screen of *****", that has error information. You can google the error code to figure out what is failing. If you still don't see a blue screen of ***** when it fails, it implies an overheating issue. Look for tools to monitor CPU/GPU temperature, like "Speccy", and you can see if either is running too hot. Hope that helps.
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HP Computers &... | Answered Yesterday


Right-click on your desktop, select "view"and on the small drop-down window click on "Show Desktop Icons"

HP Computers &... | Answered on Jan 10, 2019


you posted a statement of fact not a question.
it will support
not
will it support(a real question)

well NO
and NO PC stated, only mobo.(lost the PC ?)
nor that this PC was mobo bought in India?
YOUR mobo is core2, not core(tm) processor
they are not even the same class nor socket
no
here is the list of core i3 (all are LGA
your mobo is core2. (older )
all are over 1000 pins, LGA1156 (gen 0)

you can not stuff 10 pounds(or kg) of mud in 1 pound sack.
no can do.

HP Computers &... | Answered on Jan 08, 2019


lets read the manual, offjet, ALL_IN-ONE 8110 , right.
16 years old (2002) today, and no wireless in that printer
I guess, you meant how to make your unstated laptop do wifi
then connect (wires) the printer to the laptop.
And use the LAPTOP share this printer to others?

1st google hit.
https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-officejet-6100-all-in-one-printer-series/79476/model/79478/manuals

second book there is it. 86 pages
page 51 connect USB. bingo that is all there is here.

HP Computers &... | Answered on Jan 04, 2019


The RTC (CMOS) battery is shown on page 18 of the maintenance and service manual. It's on the front left system board between the heat sink/fan and the speaker assembly when the system is fully assembled and you look at the keyboard.

The directions to replace the CMOS battery are on page 53 (pae 62 of the PDF) of the service manual. Use the procedures on previous pages to get to the final step. You'll need to turn off the laptop and disconnect all external devices. Next, remove the back cover (shown on page 32) and remove the system battery. Then remove the 4 Philips screws and remove the system board. Disconnect the RTC clock battery cable from the system board and pry the battery out of socket. Do this carefully and replace the battery with a matching coin cell battery. Make sure to maintain the correct orientation. If you break the socket or wiring, you'd have to replace it with HP part 702853-001 .

The documentation for the Elitebook 820 G3 is available on the product support page: https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-elitebook-820-g3-notebook-pc/7815289/manuals . The current link to the service manual is http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04887199 .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

HP Computers &... | Answered on Jan 01, 2019


there is no HP 2000 , it has full name and you never stated/
but later you do, and is a
HP 2000-239DX Notebook PC

LW433UA !!!!!!

HP Computers &... | Answered on Jan 01, 2019


You installed w10 fresh
this deleted the correct video driver and now fails.(easy as pie)
the direct solution is not possible at all due to OP not telling his full service tag data.! (next time I will not post lacking this)
due to that, there are 100 drivers for his unstated PC.
used world wide. 87 pages just on ms.com
His PC has 50-100 versions of motherboard used. all very different, but in USA (are you)? 9 motherboards were sold day 1 new, in USA, all very different and for sure video GPU chips wildly different, (one is Dual GPU featured) so has custom HP dual driver that only works in this 1 mobo !!!
and even autoswitches when on battery only power !!!! yes complex.
so the solution was to use MAC to configure the projector.
good ,a very good cure.
all's well that ends well.

HP Computers &... | Answered on Dec 29, 2018


Love the easy one.s
it told you the battery is bad,
only which one remains, then how to reach it later.
it did not lie to you, it is bad. for sure.
I5 is not model so i can just go to HP.com and show you the manual and page to fix this can I.
i5 is the processor class. by intel.

601 means the main battery is bad NOT THE tiny harder to reach CMOS RTC NVRAM coin cell. battery.
ok?
so remove the big battery and run on AC pack forever like me.
or buckup and buy a new big battery now.
it simply unsnaps off the bottom.

some laptops can have 4 batteries, (tricky no?)
1=COIN cell tiny
2=1 huge. on bottom.
3= 2nd huge , like mine in my DVD bay (option)
and the 4th huge in the docking station
see why the errors can be complex. sure.

buy a new battery and use that.
in fact battery failures in all laptops is the #1 reason for failure or folks asking why PC does not run when the battery shorts.

HP Computers &... | Answered on Dec 29, 2018


so what is the whole story, all you said was boot.
what do you mean by boot.
the BIOS is what boots, when you turn on any PC
then it loads a OS from there.

my guess is the HDD-0 is missing in BIOS
if yes the HDD is dead.
the probooks have a hdd test in BIOS run that if wise first.
i bet it can even find it to run.
and is dead. dead HDD.
G5 means generation 5,
this G5 is one of my all time favorite laptops . zbook even better.
read page 95 in your service manual at HP or here.

https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1305918/Hp-Probook-440-G5.html#product-ProBook%20450%20G5


if the HDD test fails, then it is bad, if also silent it is bad fully.
if it is bad, you buy new SSD, and install w10
end story./

HP Computers &... | Answered on Dec 29, 2018

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