So about a year ago my HP Pavilion 2000 stopped working, and refuses to turn on. Last week I got a new laptop, is it possible, and if so how, to transfer files from my old laptops hard drive to my new laptop?
LOL since when does a MODEL name have anything at all to do with the computer! It is just a name. They also have portege and Tecra models but those also are series names not how the machine is used. The "Satellite" units are the lower end of the Toshiba line.
I was told that the hard drive isn't working properly. Can't run hard drive test. I can only only go to system diagnostic.What can I do to fix this issue?
I've had my laptop for a few years now, and lately I've noticed that the headphone jack only registers my headphones half the time. It doesn't matter what set of headphones I use. If I plug them in, they'll usually work at first, but if I move the laptop or the cord at all they'll stop...
If they changed a battery and they cracked your screen then yes, they ****** up major. Would be hard to prove, but given that they are a big company they usually take it back and will fix the screen to avoid any negative feedback.
I wanted to play some video games on it but my concern is 8 gigs may not be enough. I was hoping upgraded to 16 but it can only handle 8 gigs max.
So far? I installed 3 new DDR3 what is the max of installing RAM sticks. Sorry? New to this computer upgrades thing.
My laptop is having network issues, and won’t connect to the WiFi. Is there a way to reset it without downloading any software online or anything?
If you did this properly you would have downloaded the Media Creation Tool and run that. that will have written the Windows ISO file and made it bootable.
Windows states that 8GB is reqiuired (but usually not required) so a CD is not good enough but at least a DVD might suffice but get a DL DVD .
I m trying to figure out what would be the best possible processor upgrade for my Dell optiplex 9010, it currently has a i5 3570. If anyone can help me out, I would greatly appreciate it!
Gateway mx6448 laptop lights up and even begins to show a display but then immediately shuts down. I have measured the voltage of the adapter which is okay. I would like to fix it myself if possible.
I'm not very tech savvy. Everytime I see a new laptop with a cheap price I am told not to buy it because the lack of memory or space. Will an external hard drive fix that?