HP 2x1x16 Kvm Ip Switch 16 Port 410530-001 408965-001 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


your current version might be outdated an not be able to reinstall because it cant be supported
http://download.cnet.com/windows-media-player/3000-2139_4-10315038.html

The latest iteration of Windows Media Player adds a lot of useful bells and whistles, succeeding in many ways as a competitor to iTunes for Windows.
hope this helps

HP Computers &... | Answered 22 hours ago | 48 views


Yes you can. 8GB is the standard, updrade to 16GB, HP states

Memory upgrade information

Memory upgrade information:
  • Four DDR3 DIMM (240-pin) sockets
  • Supports 1 GB, 2 GB, and 4 GB DDR3 DIMMs per socket
  • Supports Dual channel memory architecture
  • Supported speeds
    • PC3-10600 @ 1333 MHz*
    • PC3-8500 @ 1066 MHz*DDR3-1333 modules run at 1066 MHz if three or more modules are installed.
  • Non-ECC memory only, unbuffered
  • Supports up to 16 GB on 64-bit PCs (DIMMs run at DDR3-1066)
  • Supports up to 4 GB* on 32-bit PCs
    * Actual available memory may be less.

https://www.google.com/search?safe=off&rlz=1C1QJDB_enCA643CA644&sxsrf=ACYBGNSJyMJ6PsEkXLmq43LjMzXBY8XFiA%3A1579713829103&ei=JYUoXsXsBduqtQaFmq24Dw&q=hp+pavilion+p6540y+memory+card

HP Computers &... | Answered on Feb 12, 2020 | 174 views


I have also been facing the issue of Hp Recovery Manager Error Code ffffff15 for few weeks. But I search for its solution on the web. Where I found its solution through some blogs and articles. I can't post the whole solution here. So just do through the link provided and resolve the issue on your own through the original Post.
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HP Computers &... | Answered on Feb 07, 2020 | 25 views


lots of words and means just Dead PC. fans spin.
HP model number HP touchsmart. (no model stated at all)
its dead PC and screen is dead.
most PCs from HP have external display port.
of some kind, Display port or others, the manual covers this but your PC model was not told nor service tag model. told.
The PC is dead, and seems the power button is bad too.
here are some steps used on all laptops
1: remove the huge battery in the lap top, do not make excuses how hard it is to unplug , you bought it so do what must be done,
2: use the AC power pack only, (unpugged for 1hour first)
then plug it in, this pack
3: the PC must not self turn on. so push the power button now see it manually turns on.
4 the BIOS HP logo page shows and BIOS screens work like ESC, F10, F11,
5: if screen is still dead, use the external monitor port and
the Fn+F4 button as the manual tells you to do.

no PC stated at all not even class of PC, desk or laptop. and no parts are free.
the TOUCHSMART word does not tell what you own
that name used back to 2007, 13 years long.
IS THIS AND AIO all in one PC,?
does it have a power pack that in in the line cord
is it the right pack for the AIO>?
AIO PCs only have a few parts inside that are standard, RAM and HDD, all else is HP custom, making them as hard to repair as laptops, lacking those parts custom.
first learn to identify a PC first then tinker.
see examples below.

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HP Computers &... | Answered on Jan 29, 2020 | 41 views


op, and older HP DESKTOP only 0 years old today 2011



your question lacks a question.

the word hOW TO , too hard to type? IDK, only can I guess you r meanings.
the answer is simple. power cord pulled from wall. AC wall jack.
1: mount the new drive in the HDD cage in side.
2:plug in HDD power cable from PSU.
3: plug in HDD SATA cable from SATA port to HDD.
4: power on PC, and in disk manager assign it a drive letter and format it. bingo works now. that simple,
the service manual stinks,
looks link no drive bay HDD2, there.
looks like no extra power cables for 2nd HDD, if you have no need for DVD , use those 2 cables will work, and if a SSD
recommended, just tie warp the SDD to the case bar just above the existing HDD.

there are no IDE PATA Drives, here per Andrew.
HP does show w10.64bit support, wises.

this PC is 100% SATA drive PC, ! not year 2000- IDE.

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HP Computers &... | Answered on Jan 21, 2020 | 35 views


hey,
try to press the power button for a forced shut down(maybe 10-15 seconds). then remove the battery. press the power button again, hold it for like 1 minute, release. put the battery again in, and now try a normal power on.

HP Computers &... | Answered on Jan 21, 2020 | 27 views


whats the windows os version? if you can go to bios settings then you can disable the Smart card Authentication.

HP Computers &... | Answered on Jan 17, 2020 | 41 views


NO PC stated at all nor OS you run, windows 10?
a monitor can be connected to vast things made, non stated.
Using it on PC desktop or laptop or as TV monitor? IDK..
connected how?
(1) DisplayPort 1.4 (1) HDMI 1.4 (1) USB Type-C there is no camera in this monitor,. but no full model told.
some may have one. but all 3 HP guides on it show none..here

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-pavilion-27-inch-displays/7274719/manuals

zilch cam .

HP Computers &... | Answered on Jan 11, 2020 | 32 views


that is not one projectors its many models none stated.
nor what HP Laptop of 1000's of models.

sanyo pro xtrax = projector ,
using and adaptor, non stated, no answers possible
tell what is on both ends
video ports. and get real answers.

if one end is vga or DVI there will be no sound on those ports period.
DP and HDMI yes. but what projectors have speakers,? sure some do but not yours.

but why not use the laptops sound or the line out jack 3.5mm
to an external power speakers.

what PC model
what exact projector
no stated, no answers possible.
if that old Laptop like mine, it has VGA out, and is no sound on the jack ever. (just internal or using line out to real powered speakers. mine is EliteBook.
you didn't say.

HP Computers &... | Answered on Jan 05, 2020 | 28 views


OK w7, you added that thanks.
well , dim features are 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


also laptops dim if you move the pc from say bright window open (sun filled room)
to a dark room it is a feature on vast laptops
to save battery power, and also dims if the battery is weak or bad. all do that.

and last reload the drivers on you PC
at hp.com
go to hp, click support, then go to your PC find the drivers and load them for Windows 7, only at HP, nowhere else. ok?

recap:
1: dark room PC dims. (auto room dim can be turned off)
2: battery dead, or bad or weak, it dims . on purpose
3: bad w7 drives or screen Grapics chip GPU.
HP has em'
4: corrupted OS, win7 is infected. f11 reload time.
5: screen has CCLF black lamps as all do 2009 and older and all are dim now or dead. or purely random and ddeath soon for the CCLF tubes.
2012 PC this is and is LED so not CCFL but we do always look 2010 and back (age)

HP Computers &... | Answered on Jan 04, 2020 | 363 views


There is no reset button. What are u trying to do?

HP Computers &... | Answered on Jan 04, 2020 | 25 views


27 ER you meant? a new monitor?
er27
PLUGGED IN TO WHAT? you posted to computers , IS IT .?
NO OS stated running windows 98?
what port used, vga,dvi,dp, hdmi cable.
no adaptors? on cable either end or inside cable.
we can not see what you have before you eyes.
it must be told first.

ALSO , no screen content stated. at all
windows desktop not filling screen?
or using say VLC running old DVD 4:3 video.
that will always not fit modern wide screens.
what is on your screen , what is there, exactly even a photos works 10x better posted.

NO PC stated
no OS stated
NO screen content stated, doing what seeing what/

HP Computers &... | Answered on Dec 29, 2019 | 36 views


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HP Computers &... | Answered on Dec 23, 2019 | 85 views


Complete the following steps to set up your wireless mouse.
  1. Make sure your computer is turned on. ...
  2. Remove the battery compartment cover on the bottom of the mouse, insert the battery, and then replace the cover. ...
  3. Turn on the mouse. ...
  4. Connect the USB receiver to the USB connection on your computer.
More items...

Setting up the HP Wireless Mouse x3000 ' HP® Customer ...


https://support.hp.com > product > hp-x3000-wireless-mouse > document

Videos as well

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HP Computers &... | Answered on Dec 22, 2019 | 29 views


Check what format are the files are you trying to open with GOM player.

his are the extension can be opened by GOM:

.go, .avi .svi, .divx, .asx, .asf, .wmx, .wmv,
.wm, .wmp, .mpg, .mpe, .mpeg, .dat, .ifo,
.vob, .m1v, .m2v, .tp, .trp, .mts, .m2ts, .m2t,
.dmb, .mp4, .m4v, .k3g, .3gp, .skm, .dmskm,
.imp4, .rm, .rmvb, .mkv etc, etc.

HP Computers &... | Answered on Dec 19, 2019 | 291 views

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