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The fn key is stands for function. It's a function key that allows you to use functions or shortcuts to change the brightness of your screen to display your screen to another device's screen.

HP USB Wireless... | Answered 1 hour ago


NO OS stated ,answering for windows.
well dim is complex on laptops
I bet it does not stay dim in BIOS screens
the F1 info screen, so...
but does only in windows running, right?

The PC autodims the screen for 2 reasons (by design)
a battery weak. or setup to run dim when on battery only mode, in windows power settings,
reason 2, the screen camera is used to see when the room is dark, if yes, it dims. this to is a a setting in power settings of windows.

click start, click control panel,click power icon.
click advanced, see "power" settings
you will discover many things are (on battery do X)
all laptops with windows, set it as you want.

http://www.pcdied.com/sleep-or-dim.html

HP Computers &... | Answered 1 hour ago


There are 2 cause for this problem
1st possible cause is the fuser ( either resistance doesn't go to correct temperature, or temperature sensor is damaged and doesn't read the correct temp )
2nd formatter board needs to be replaced or the main chip needs to be replaced

HP LaserJet 1010... | Answered Yesterday


It is probably a broken gear tooth in the FUSER

HP Office... | Answered Yesterday


there is no way to recover the photos which are lost.but dont worry there are two software from which you can recover any type of lost picture very easily.and both the software supports your camera.
also there is contact customer support mentioned in the software home page you can contact them directly if you have any problem in the procedure of recovering photos
check out both the links 1 by 1 both are useful and helpful
just click the link directly
http://www.hetmanrecovery.com/digital_photo_recovery/digital_camera_recovery.htm
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just click this link directly to check out second recovery software
http://www.magicuneraser.com/photo_recovery/supported_cameras.php#HP
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HP Hewlett... | Answered Yesterday


Please check the cartridges it see if the toner is finish,clean the print head because it may be block up or you can replace it if it is damage.

HP LaserJet... | Answered Yesterday


Make sure the covers are closed completly. It will not print unless its closed. If its not that, then check to make sure you didn't knock one of the cables loose inside the printer, and make sure the belt that moves the cartridges is still intact and is not jammed.

HP DeskJet 5550... | Answered Yesterday


1) Close the print head cover, and turn off the printer. While pressing the Resume/Cancel button, press the Power button. (Do not release the buttons. The LED lights in green to indicate that a function is selectable.) 2) While holding the Power button, release the Resume/Cancel button. (Do not release the Power button.) 3) While holding the Power button, press the Resume/Cancel button 3 times, and then release the Power and Resume/Cancel buttons. 4) When the LED stops blinking and lights in green, press the Resume/Cancel button 4 times. Finally press the Power button.

HP DeskJet 5550... | Answered Yesterday


Yes. I'm assuming your printer has the old style Winchester plug instead of a USB jack. It's called a USB to parallel adapter or a USB to printer adapter.

HP Computers &... | Answered Yesterday


This is a service station error. One of the more common causes I have come across is a piece of paper or foreign object jammed in the service station. It is located on the right hand side of the carriage. Unplug the plotter. Plug it in and the minute that you hear the print head move, unplug the power. Then open the window, move the head out of the way and look for a foreign object stuck in the service station.

HP Designjet... | Answered Yesterday


There will be one of several micro switches that detect when various doors hatches and flaps are open or closed. These are usually recessed behind small slots in the casing. Each will have a corresponding spike or flange on the appropriate door hatch etc. carefully examine each of the movable pieces and look for evidence of a small piece that may have broken off or a "socket" that does not have a "plug" to fill it. Test these by carefully feeding a non-conductive probe (just in case) into the port and feeling for a little bit of springy resistance. If you find one, fold some light card into a tube that fits snugly into the hole and depresses the switch. Close everything up and try the machine. Hopefully you will find the missing link, then it is just a matter of making a semi permanent plug that you can remove when you need to.

HP Office... | Answered Yesterday


High probability that the print head has a terminal fault.

HP OFFICEJET... | Answered Yesterday


Go to your printer settings on the PC control panel (or equivalent subject to OS) and find printer properties, then find device settings. Check that Tray three (and others) are "not available" and or "not installed" preferably both.
The paper tray does not spring up until the tray is loaded into the machine.

HP Office... | Answered Yesterday


Check your software and drivers. It may be that the ipad ios driver set is specific for photo printing only.

HP Office... | Answered Yesterday


It is possible that the seal or a significant portion of the seal is still in place on the yellow cartridge. It is also possible that the laser scanner window (transparent slot in the back wall or roof of the cartridge chamber) is covered or coated with toner.

HP CP3525N Color... | Answered Yesterday


some mfg's put the dongle inside the battery compartment to ship or store them . look there

HP Computers &... | Answered 2 days ago

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