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HP Computers &... | Answered 14 hours ago

You'll probably have to replace it. There are videos on youtube that can give you instructions on how to replace it, or you can bring it into a qualified computer repair shop and they can replace it for you.

HP ProBook 4530s... | Answered 21 hours ago

I cant watch you or your screens fail.
no way,
no photos of you posted, of the boot process failing.
(pretty hard to fix things blind here in this text box. real hard)

the only time an enter key is needed(booting)
is the w7 login screen
gee do you get that 1st screen
then type on your pass word, and then the enter key is dead here?
do tell how fare in the boot process one gets.

try booting (power on) and go to safe mode.
power on and hammer f8 and bam, your are in safe mode
does that work?

if you think a keyboard is bad, one can test that 2 ways.
1: using a desktop keyboard (any) to the USB ports. any.
2: booting to a LINUX test bood USB stick. keys work now?

if 1# works then the keyboard is bad or its driver bad,
if #1 does not work try linux.. both ways, internal keyboard and test USB keyboard,
after all this you have hard set of clues as to what's UP.

HP Mini 1000 ... | Answered Yesterday

no PC stated\

ok so I google for you and learn this is in fact a motherboard
was it so hard to tell that? (nouns matter)
there is no electronic schematic, (pdf , service books yes)
a real schematic is trade secret.! ( why invite cloners?)
but if you google all day you do see them leak out of china.
illegallyy BTW.
https://www.eserviceinfo.com HAS NONE.(Even by makers name)
where did you get said MOBO?
or from what laptop, ? name maker and model #?
I see them sold for $15 (scrap value)
says from HP or Toshiba PC laptops, no model's told by silly sellers, and matters !

the mobo maker does not sell these to the public,
only to OEM makers of PC, unstated by you.
they are in china that maker, so... good luck reading Chinese.

why not start post with facts. like.;
what PC? (for sure it came out of one !)
where did you find this junk? (dumpster or ebay)
what is wrong with it? name one problem.? firsts.
start off with symptoms first , and not ask for schematics on very rare old motherboards. good day and good luck in your search.

HP Computers &... | Answered Yesterday

what does FIX mean? is yours dead?
or are you doing an UPGRADE fix, but the answer is the same.
no reason stated to need new GPU chip, or card,
non at all, reasons matter, gaming are you, why not say that and what games you run or better in the future,!
first lets decode that model # to real words.
it is a :
Compaq Presario SR1910NX Desktop PC Product (2006 made) 13 long years old.
13and as such It sure can uses PCI video cards vast (makers)\
the issues are, what slots it has and what PSU it has.
HP used a ASUS mobo here. came new with XP the virus magnet.
  • Manufacturer: Asus
  • Motherboard Name: A8N-LA
  • with old GeForce 6150 LE chip. on the MOBO embedded.
    to run this chip go to nvidia.com and get your driver for your unstated OS. ok>? this can in fact run. (hope)

    the book says integrated graphics,.(means on board)
    so is that bad or is the VGA card added bad.?
    this pc can use x16 graphics card sup to 75watts.
    higher powered cards need a new PSU v2.3 up.

    for adding and upgrade PCI-express X16 card.
    you need to tell the helper what are you needs for graphics
    there are like 200 cards that work here, made for 13 years.

    here is your current GPU chip

    at 11AM see X16 slot for modern GPU cards.
    sr19-bsi4i0baybwsqm3bjbgec30f-2-0.jpg If gaming this is the wrong PC to own, for sure.
    well not playing Solitaire.?

    HP Computers &... | Answered 2 days ago

    Barbara ,
    NO PC stated
    NO OS stated, (wow, 2 top facts missing)
    why not ask HP
    we are not HP
    nor can we see what was done to this PC since new.
    and matters big time.

    why not ask real HP.com


    here they are , they
    designed it
    they built it
    and sold it
    and support it.
    amazing no?>

    HP Computers &... | Answered 2 days ago

    usually by flashing it , any good computer shop can assist you .

    HP Computers &... | Answered 2 days ago

    It happens, they dont last forever. I hope that you have backed it up so that you dont lose everything. You need to order a new drive and install it.

    HP Computers &... | Answered 3 days ago

    Switch ON , after switching ON
    Press ctrl+Alt+Delete
    At right hand side lower portion you will found Shut down, click option appear then click Shift + Restart
    Chose options to reset.
    That's it.

    HP Computers &... | Answered on Feb 18, 2019

    If i am not mistaken I belive that there are two power supplies, correct? what if you swap them? Or if you have a spare... I think that maybe either the button isn't working correctly or the power supply might have some issues...I also think there might be some LED lights on the power supplies themselves...check it out.

    HP ProLiant... | Answered on Feb 18, 2019 IP address of your computer or device or router
    :8080/is internet proceedings

    HP TouchSmart... | Answered on Feb 18, 2019

    Replace the fan. Until you can do that, try blowing it clean with with canned air.

    HP Computers &... | Answered on Feb 17, 2019

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    HP Computers &... | Answered on Feb 16, 2019

    In my experience this behavior is caused by cooling fan(s) being clogged with dust/lint. This will require disassembly and removal of the lint.

    You can probably find a YouTube video for your specific laptop model that shows you how to open it up. Keep track of the screws! Whenever I open up a laptop, I lay the screws out on the table in the same pattern (in miniature) in which they go on the laptop itself; that way, I keep track of which screw goes where when it come time to put it back together. This can be important because, for some laptop models, the screws are different lengths in different places.

    You also might want to pick up some canned air to blow out any remaining dust from the metal cooling fins themselves. And if you have to take off the cooling assembly, which is a very thick piece of flattened metal wire attached to the center of the motherboard by 4 special screws and running to the cooling fan at the edge, you’ll want some thermal paste (also called thermal grease) to put back on the flat part when you put it back together (there may also be two flat parts). Not too much; just a very thin layer on the square area, and scrape off the old stuff first. If you have a Fry’s around they should have it; otherwise Amazon.

    Here’s one I did showing before/after.

    HP Computers &... | Answered on Feb 15, 2019

    For Windows OS Factory Reset errors, the easiest way is to reach Windows technical customer service. They provide an instant solution and help for email setup and password related issues.

    Read the full solution here -

    How to factory reset windows


    HP Computers &... | Answered on Feb 15, 2019

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