HP/Compaq :: MS One Note Has Disappeared From Notebook After Reinstall
Jan 31, 2009
Customer is saying that MS one note has disappeared from Notebook after reinstall of the OS and saying he has not installed one note separately. He has just installed MS office 2007. He wants to know how one note was install in the Notebook.
MS one note is not preinstalled with the Notebook.
Could anyone tell me the possibilities that one note has been installed in the Notebook?
Here is the product number of the Notebook : KN966UA
Here is the link to check the product specifications of the Notebook:
i have a HP DV5T which is awesome. plays all my games, and is quite possibly the perfect laptop. but, has anyone seen how cool the mini note is? dear god, my only problem is justifying the price, and if i need it. i go to college and live in a dorm. would buying the mini note completely destroy the reason i have a $1500 laptop in the first place?
i do work at best buy, and theirs is $399 and it's got 16GB SSD, 2gb HP flash module. 1.) it says it has a "bluetooth bus enumerator"? is that a bluetooth module or no? i do ask because it plays a small factor in the purchase.
2.) secondly, does anyone know if the mini note at Best Buy has that cool HP software on it? our display doesnt, so i do wonder.
[at HP.com in the APP store i can get the same one (16gb SSD, and bluetooth for sure) for $437. i might go there?]
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