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The problem may be some hardware drawing power when the laptop is powered down. Common bits of hardware that do this are USB mice and keyboards and in-built wireless network cards. A few things to check: 1) When powered down, is the mouse still active (light on)? 2) Open Device Manager * For each hardware listed, open Properties * Is there a `Power ...


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If your device itself has no way to control this, then you'll have to add additional hardware in between. For example a dual network port embedded device, maybe a smart switch supports such things, that has a bridge between the device and the network, and has a firewall that only has the used ports you have whitelisted.


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If it's connected to a network, try running it as a stand-alone printer off of usb. Otherwise, it sounds like you've isolated your potential problems well, but are having very unpredictable behavior. Unfortunately, I think you may be out of luck and have a "declared dead" printer on your hands. If it's under warranty, then you'll have to do an RMA/return. ...


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Go to D:\Program Files (x86)\HP\HP ALM Client MSI Generator 11.52\work\Install\QTGrid2.dll Right Click and Select Properties See who the countersignatures are from Click on the Countersignature : Name of signer > Details Then click View Certificate above and install the Root Certificate for that particular CA


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what is the OS? Windows 8, 10? To turn OFF the Digital signature do these steps:- 1. Open the Command Prompt window by clicking the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, and then Right clicking Command Prompt and select "Run as Administrator". 2. On the Command Prompt type in the command “Bcdedit.exe /set nointegritychecks ON” ...


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For HP File santizer what I did was found the exe and reran it, it gave me an option to uninstall. Here is the path for my file, try searching your system for "sp68055" C:\SWSetup\sp68055\setup.exe Another thing to do is download the latest version which should give you uninstall option: ...


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There are only 2 ways to successfully network host-based printers: Connect them via a sharing PC Use a certified compatible printserver I found someone on the internet recommending the Zonet ZPS2112 for your printer - but I have never heard of that brand, so I cannot really recommend it. HP make a number of printservers: J7942G HP Jetdirect en3700 ...


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The memory you need is PC2-6400 which is DDR2 at 400Mhz (almost the fastest DDR2). I'm surprised that Crucial offers a DDR3 option but your computer apparently doesn't support it. Since there are only two slots and both are used, you will need to replace the ones you have to upgrade. Note that 32 bit systems limit the available amount to 4GB (in case it ...


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Without more detail it's hard to give a definitive answer, but it COULD be a faulty screen. I had a monitor do this to me and it was the screen beginning to die. My advice - BACK-UP YOUR DATA to a portable drive (which is good practice anyway) so if you have to send the laptop off for repairs, your data is safe!


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The laptop has an Atom processor which is from the x86 family. Intel® Atom™ N280 1.66-GHz processor, 512-KB Level 2 cache, 533-MHz front-side bus (FSB) Intel Atom N270 1.6-GHz processor, 512-KB Level 2 cache, 533-MHz front- side bus (FSB) (source) It appears that RemixOS has a version for the x86 chipset. They don't specifically mention your ...


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When you phone the machine does it ring for few seconds then squeal down the line to you? If it doesn't then the fax is at fault. If it does then its conecting to the line ok. Having problems installing these now and again. Sometimes takes alot of restarting the machine to get it to work


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The boot password is set in the BIOS. I'm not sure how it got turned on but it doesn't look like you are the first. Since you are not a "computer wiz" you might want to just call HP if your laptop is still under support. If not you can try to clear the power on password in the bios. Turn the system on and hit F10 key until you get into the BIOS. Use ...


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There are a couple of ways of bypassing this. One would involve opening the PC and resetting the CMOS, another would be using a script such as given here. In this case I think the best thing to do would be to use the HP provided password reset generator I found after some searching. Here is the thread and here is the tool. You should have a key being shown ...



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