User manual HP COMPAQ PRESARIO X1010EA
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[. . . ] This guide provides instructions for solving notebook problems yourself or with help from Compaq. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. 213 Notebook does not accept a digital memory card or Memory Stick . [. . . ] Game frequently stops responding or locks up Reinstall the game, noting any settings and default selections that pertain to your model, then restart the game. verify that your model meets the hardware and software requirements of the game. To obtain these requirements, review the game documentation, visit the game manufacturer's Web site, or contact the game manufacturer. Game sounds are erratic If you are running an MS-DOS game, sound may be erratic. To optimize the sound capabilities of your notebook, use only Windows-based games. The drive may be protected by DriveLock or other drive protection software. For security management procedures, refer in your model-specific documentation to a security, password, or Setup utility section. If your model-specific documentation includes procedures for replacing the primary hard drive, follow the instructions carefully. If your model-specific documentation does not include hard drive replacement instructions, refer to the Worldwide Telephone Numbers booklet included with the notebook to contact a service provider. Remove, then reinsert, a secondary hard drive exactly as instructed in your model-specific notebook documentation or in your port replicator or external bay documentation. If a secondary hard drive was inserted while the notebook was on, in Standby, or in Hibernation, reinsert the secondary hard drive after the system has been shut down. Always shut down the notebook before removing or inserting a hard drive. To verify that the problem is with a secondary hard drive, try another hard drive in the bay. Notebook cannot start from a secondary hard drive Refer to your model-specific documentation for information about adjusting the startup sequence, sometimes called the boot order. To implement some of the solutions suggested in this section and to perform additional troubleshooting, you may need to refer to your operating system online Help or printed documentation. If you are using optional infrared software, refer also to the documentation included with that software. See also "Notebook does not transmit or receive data, " next in this section. If your notebook or a target notebook is in Standby, resume the notebook from Standby. Be sure the infrared software you are using on your notebook is properly installed and enabled on the target device. (On some models, the notebook infrared port is fully enabled whenever the notebook is turned on. ) Verify that the target device is IrDA-compliant and compatible with the infrared hardware and software on your notebook. Verify that the baud rate, number of bits, stop byte, and parity conflict settings are identical on your notebook and the target device. [. . . ] If your network does not require wireless LAN device authentication, you can avoid network disconnections by disabling the wireless LAN device authentication on your notebook. Select the network name in the Preferred Networks window, then select Properties. Notebook cannot connect to Internet when WEP is enabled on the access point The Windows XP Service Pack 1 changes the numbering of the WEP (Wireless Encryption Protocol) key index from the numbering assigned to the key in the original release of Windows XP. In the original (XP Gold) release, the index keys are numbered 0 through 3. [. . . ]
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