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I'm not so sure I'd jump to blaming the electronics so quickly, especially since it sounds like the first page always feeds and prints correctly. I worked in an HP-certified repair shop for 5 years and repaired dozens, if not hundreds, of HP printers exhibiting the exact same problem as the 4L you're currently troubleshooting. This included the LaserJet 4L ...


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Original chargers often implement a protocol to tell the laptop that they support sufficient power (=Watt) to charge the laptop. If the laptop can't tell that it will have enough power it will go into a low power state where it doesn't charge the laptop. This can happen because: The charger can't deliver enough power. The charger is broken and can't tell ...


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The screenshot tells you the answer. The yellow sign at the top states that some settings have been altered due to a system policy being affected. You have to enable the policy causing this behavior. Go to start, and type in the search bar: Edit group policy From there navigate to User Configuration -> Administrative Template -> Start Menu and Taskbar. ...


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It seems that the printer can be disabled or adjusted through the steps below depending on the version of your printer: http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c03304145&sp4ts.oid=5096252 I hope that helps


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Generally speaking if it fits it should be compatible. Mix-matched chips of different performance ratings will have speed settings gracefully degrade until finding a common operating mode. When doubling RAM from 1 GiB this is probably a worthwhile penalty. It may not be compatible at all though. Usually, this is due to a chipset limitation regarding the ...


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Yes, you can upgrade that computer to 16 GB RAM. HP - Compaq HP 14-r024tx compatible upgrades Your HP - Compaq HP 14-r024tx memory Maximum memory: 16384MB Slots:2 (2 banks of 1) *Not to exceed manufacturer supported memory.


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It certainly is possible assuming you can get a copy of the right version of Windows 7 to install. It is possible that, when you verify the serial it may baulk at the new hardware and you would have to try to persuade Microsoft to remove the old hardware signature from their database. But it doesn't hurt (except for some wasted time) to have a go. The ...


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The generic name for the connector is "coaxial DC power connector" but the specific measurements might be hard to find. It's difficult to accurately measure the inner pin even with digital calipers and it's not something most manufactures publish. Your best bet are likely the companies that specialize in replacement laptop power supplies. There are also some ...


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I have also been told I could use UBCD to copy the .wim file and transfer it from C:/ to drive D:/. Power down, reboot to BIOS and set boot device to whatever USB zip drive you have UBCD installed on. Using MiniXP you can recover from there too. DOUBLE CHECK EVERYTHING BEFORE PUSHING ANY COMMIT BUTTONS. UBCD main page wil give you further instructions on ...


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I had to pass someone a copy of an Access database that has some Labels reports designed to print quite a few sheets of Avery labels (or compatible), and the HP 1010 messed up the printing not only on my printer, but also on that person's printer which had previously been OK with the same reports (I had recently modified the reports and re-saved them). ...



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