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YES IT DOES I just bought an hp Envy with control zone and all i do is ignore the shaded area. it still has LMB/RMB click as long as its not in the shaded area. The control zone is also designed for windows 8.1, so there is a booklet inside the box with all the gestures. anyways I repeat The RBM/LBM Does Work! Happy Helping you!


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I got the answer for this problem , this is due to the power options default settings .This problem is seen for the HP G42 series laptops with windows 7 . For this combination ,the system cooling policy in the advanced power settings on battery will be passive which is the cause for the problem . So when you are using the laptop in battery , the fan will be ...


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You do not need a subscription agreement to download the drivers. Just click the download button ...


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As you said above, this is most probably not a software problem. What comes to my mind right now is only something in the hardware side that could trigger this. I would recommend trying with a different charger (with the same parameters with the original), and if it is still happening, the problem might be in the DC power jack also. If that is the case you ...


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You have activated Driver Verifier and causes this the DPC issues. Simply remove it and reboot. The issue should be gone. If you still have spikes, capture and upload a new trace.


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My docking station worked fine, but I needed my IT Department to re-image my laptop for an unrelated issue. When I got my laptop back, the USB ports were not connecting. It was driver based. With the laptop docked, go into device manager and update all your USB drivers. I updated the drivers and everything is now working perfectly.


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There are several of us in our office that have Folio 9470m/ultraslim docking stations. I know of at least two who have the same usb problem. What I found that worked was to pull the power cord out of the docking station for about 10 seconds, plug it back in and miracle of all miracles, it works. So that is the workaround I use. Lame but until HP comes ...


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Quote from Tom's guide : As the name indicates, the Catalyst Control Center acts as the central hub for all options and features relating to an AMD video card. By launching CCC, users are given access to various features: display management, digital control, 3D enabling, color adjustment and overdriving. ... While ...


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After trying different ways to install the drivers my opinion is that in order to see the hardware the system needs some kind of software/drivers. Removing all drivers completely makes the hardware inaccessible. In most cases Windows will try to install some minimal generic drivers as soon as it detects their absence. In some cases removing the drivers will ...


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Download the tool call OpenHardwareMonitor and add the AMD Radeon HD to the gadget. if the GPU is not used you see this: If the GPU is used you see the data of the GPU (Voltage, GPU/Mem speed, Temepature): Is your AMD card used or the Intel?


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The solution in this thread was : Uninstall CCC software, restart pc, install only GPU drivers without CCC. My laptop is working now like this - when I am on batery mode, only intel is running, when I am on power supply only AMD is running. You could also try using the Unified Leshcat Drivers.


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Hit Win + R and start the program dxdiag. Wait for the progress bar to disappear and open the Display tab (there might be more than one in your case; just make sure to find the one mentioning your Radeon card). Unter Device you should see the actual chip being listed, no matter which driver you've got installed. As an alternative, you can download GPU-Z ...


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If the computer came with Windows 8 pre-installed from the factory, then you've now got either a mixed-mode (BIOS/EFI) installation or you've accidentally wiped out Windows. Either possibility is bad. Furthermore, some HPs have EFIs that are known to be flaky and difficult to get to work with Linux, and that could be at least part of your problem. I ...


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Reading the specs from your link, I presume your motherboard can take DDR2 DRAM PC3200 as the maximum speed of your memory sticks. PC3200 is memory at 400Mhz. If you put a higher clocked memory it will work at 400Mhz. The only difference might be in the latency, but for normal people who don't work or game only benchmarks all day, there is no visible ...


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I have an HP Pavilion g6 and I have the exact same issue. As others have mentioned it appears to be some sort of grounding issue. I am using the original HP power supply. Issue: touch pad skips when plugged in. Work arounds: Touch metal on one of the connectors (like the USB port) hold power supply in hand Put laptop in lap. There are tons of posts ...


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PCI Simple Communication Controller often is an onboard modem and should not interfere with installing the printer. Installing the printer requires additional software. You can download these from www.hp.com. Search for your printer there and download the drivers. Then run the setup.exe and when it asks you to plugin the usb controller do so. Also, in ...


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Usually most CPU's are designed to shut down at 90 degrees to save CPU from being damaged. This temperature is called Tmax, Tcase, Tjunction. You can find your CPU's Tjunction at http://ark.intel.com/ by selecting your CPU model. Now that your CPU has somehow already broken that barrier, there is good chance it has lost it's efficiency and I highly ...


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You have a heat problem. Probably a build up of dust on and around the CPU and cooling components or the thermal paste is drying up and not fully transferring the heat to the cooling components. Possibly both! Use some compressed air through the fan exhaust/vent, take it apart to clean or take it to be professionally repaired. Failing the heat problem you ...


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Yes, your laptop is overheating. Intel's Tjunction for a mobile Ivy Bridge is 105 C. Use compressed air to clean out the vents. On your EliteBook 8570w, these are located on the left side, the bottom left (right when upside down). Then check the temperatures again.



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