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With only 30 words (150-200 characters) printing on each page, there's nothing to worry about relative to overtaxing anything on the printer. If you print those 1500 daily pages over an 8 hour shift, that's only about 250 pages per hour, or about 4 1/4 per minute. That printer is significantly faster than that page rate, especially with the tiny amount ...


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It allows your desktop computer to connect to your home or office Wi-Fi wireless network. Some people need to put desktop computers in places where there are no wired Ethernet home/office network connections nearby, so they have to connect to your Wi-Fi like laptops, tablets, and smartphones do. [IEEE 802.11 is the technical standard that Wi-Fi uses. If ...


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First off. The chip you are referring to is an M.2 chip. Not all motherboards support M.2. And the type of interface your motherboard M.2 slot isn't always easy to understand just by simply looking at your motherboard. I highly recommend looking it up in your motherboard's manual for specifics. M.2 Chip Seen below (Notches pointed out). The M.2 Chip is ...


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as long as both computers are in the same workgroup ur good. the 8.1 must have printers shared. EVERYONE should have full access. I don't remember doing anything with public access so I am not sure how that is affecting u. I believe the UN & PW it is looking for is the one for your machine, but if 8.1 doesn't know of it, it is no use. I keep having ...


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Remove everything that you can including HDD and anything in a socket (e.g. wifi cards, modems). Then start testing whether the system boots to bios. Put back the components one by one and test booting.


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As far as i know this is Driver independent if they include this feature or not. All my past laptops have not included this feature in Windows. But Ubuntu has it included in their default drivers. So if you REALLY want it you could switch OS. Another "easyer" fix is to have a small USB soundcard. Plug your headphones into that and set the new USB soundcard ...


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This is a very difficult question to answer without knowing your budget or your specific needs. I will therefore make a series of assumptions and give answers for each of them. The Buy options You are using python to parse gigabytes worth of files for your job Your needs include durability, speed and portability. You should probably buy a Lenovo ...


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For my e9250t (a 2009 machine), the culprit was three files found here: D:\hpdrcu.prc C:\ProgramData\Hewlett-Packard\Recovery\hpdrcu.prc C:\Users\All Users\Hewlett-Packard\Recovery\hpdrcu.prc All three were hidden. Just rename those files, no reboot necessary.


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It worked for me by deleting 2 files. No need to reboot: D:\hpdrcu.prc C:\ProgramData\Hewlett-Packard\Recovery\hpdrcu.prc


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I have solved the problem. I found an old version (9.17.10.2857) of the driver from HP that was intended for Windows 8 but actually worked. I installed this via HP's installer over the latest Windows 10 version (which was from Windows Update, not HP). For anyone else trying to find this: hp.com/drivers, search your model type, change OS to Windows 8. To ...


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Try this: Disconnect AC Shutdown Remove main battery (if possible) Connect AC Startup Open Device Manager Click the plus (+) sign next to Batteries category, right-click all of the "Microsoft ACPI Compliant Control Method Battery" listings, and select Uninstall In the "Confirm Device Uninstall" dialog box, click OK. (it’s ok if you only have 1 of ...


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This may be not a problem but it should be a functionality of your energy manager or power manager driver. I am using Lenovo laptop and in this the new power manager driver have the feature that you can put a battery into conservation mode that protect battery to charge above 60% (in lenovo limit is 60%) after that it shows plugged in but not charging. This ...


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Does “Legacy Support” really disable my HP's OS? No. It does not disable it. It might not look for it though. There are three ways in which a reasonably modern notebook boots: Firmware with BIOS loaded. It needs an MBR formatted disk to find an active partition on and tries to boot from that. Firmwire with EFI loaded. It boots from a GPT formatted ...


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So it happened that after a while, the problem fixed itself. It might be because of a new windows update. At first, there was a time when I turned the computer on and the headphones worked. Next time I turned the PC on, they didn't work, and after that time they have always worked, so it's kind of an erratic bug, but it seems microsoft fixed it! Thanks ...


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The terminology is often overlooked (which it shouldn't really be by now, but there we go.) Often the UEFI is referred to as the BIOS, when really it should be called the UEFI or at least the system firmware. According to this source, your machine has a UEFI firmware: HP Commercial Notebook PCs - Basic Input Output System (BIOS) Updates (EDK2 UEFI ...


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I was able to find a solution. Turns out that if you plug in a USB 3.0 HDD too slowly, then it will be recognized as a USB 2.0 HDD. This happens because in a USB 3.0 plug the USB 3.0 connector pins are in the second row. So, if you plug in the USB 3.0 HDD slowly then it gives the PC enough time to complete the protocol handshake and your USB 3.0 HDD is ...


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This BIOS version changelog can be found here ENHANCEMENTS: Adds support for full-speed hubs with endpoint numbers greater than 1. FIXES: Fixes an issue where the system stops responding (hangs) while Microsoft Windows is loading when keys are pressed and multiple keyboards are present. The BIOS now checks USB UHCI ...


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This can happen for a few reasons, typically because you're either trying to install to a raid or your HD is connected to a newer chipset or a 3rd party controller that Windows 7 doesn't have in it's driver base. Press the F10 key during boot to get into the bios. http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01443329 explains the settings for the bios once ...


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This may sound dumb, but, have you clicked the Windows icon and typed BLUETOOTH in? It'll bring up a Bluetooth Settings option. Click that. Turn bluetooth on. Once on, click the "More Bluetooth options" and check all three boxes (Discovery, Notifications, Show the Bluetooth icon). Also click the Hardware tab. There may be several options inside the ...


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80ºC is dangerously, insanely, hot. Your CPU is probably shutting down to avoid cooking itself. Is the fan clogged with dust? Take off the keyboard and clean out the fan and the vent. Taking keyboards off HPs is really easy, especially if you are careful not to disconnect the ribbon cable. HP tells you how. http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03293129 ...


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Thanks to this question, I decided to get the BIOS on the machines updated, and things seem to now be working as expected. Quite probably due to different ranking/banking layout on the DIMMs, which the BIOS update introduced added support for.


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This is shown when you try to boot via PXE. When booting in such mode, the server will try to find a TFTP server which will retrieve a list of different preconfigured images of operating systems available to install. You usually use this boot mode only when you want to install the operating system on the server, it is not needed afterwards. This can be ...


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I wanted to share something in case it helps others. My Elitebook 840 ran out of charge and shutdown, when connecting to power I had a flashing white LED battery indicator and it wouldn't power up or recharge. I checked everywhere for a solution but ended up discovering a thin brass pin in the connector had been bent and wasn't inserting into the AC port ...


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The problem is caused by the fuser film. It was not rotating by the heater roller because it tear form the right side. replaced it solves the problem.


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It isn't possible to upgrade to a 6th gen CPU from 5th gen, as it requires a new chipset, as well as amongst other things, laptop boards and CPUs generally can't be replaced.


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HP's support sent me back to Microsoft, and Microsoft just ditched me: I think I'm gonna live with shim


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Pull it into the right direction, will release the toner cartridge.



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