I have an hp Pavilion g7-1150us Notebook that is approximately 3 yrs old. I turned it on the other day to find that the screen is all pink and green with lines etc... Is there an independent video/graphics card that can be replaced? I would like to be somewhat knowledgeable when taking it in to be repaired.
I had purchased a new Laptop ModelNo.HP 15-d002tx with NVIDIA GeForce 820M DDR3 1GB Dedicated Video Memory. Despite successful installation of all necessary drivers I still could not see the Dedicated Video Memory being displayed as 1GB.
The latest Graphics Drivers installed are Intel HD Graphics 4000 Version- 10.18.10.3621 and NVIDIA GeForce 820M Version-184.108.40.20688. My Operating Sytem is Windows 8.1.
I have a g6-2002au notebook, running Win7 home premium 64bit on dual core 64bit cpus, 2.7ghz clocks and an AMD Radeon 7520G gpu, that is mostly used to preview (for a class) movie projects created in a video editor. And for video project files - stored on a usb stick inserted into one of the usb ports - that have a playing time longer than approx 4 minutes, the play presentation runs for a while and then becomes stuttering - pauses the image for a while, altho the audio continues, then the video seems to catch up, and after a short period repeats this stop and go activity. Like the editor keeps running out of data faster than its work space is filled up.
I sourced equivalent (to the original brand and specs) RAM memory to increase the installed RAM to 8Gb without apparent impact on this. A change of memory stick type - usb2 to usb3 - worked a bit but the issue remains. And disciussions with others using notebooks - Toshiba's actually - did not have this problem.
The dedicated video memory in the machine is 512mb (windows display settings details), and this probably isn't enough for video editing. With 8Gb of RAM now available, there should be plenty to enable me to increase the amount dedicated for video editing. Changing that seems to be a bios function, but there isn't any apparent/accessible setting in the Insyde F.03 bios on the machine to enable me to do that.
So, the questions are, 1. Can I increase the dedicated video memory on this specific notebook? 2. if so, how?
The laptop won't power on. I've tried it with and without the battery. I've tried it with just the power cord. The light near the power cord lights up. When I press the power button it flashes once there and on the CapsLock key, then goes dark. I've tried removing the battery and power cord, holding down the power button for a minute, then plugging in the power cord. Same result.
I have just recently purchased an HP 17-e049wm. This laptop has the AMD Radeon HD8650G integrated graphics with up to 4206MB of total memory. I understand that this graphics "card" uses the onboard memory to act as video memory. How can I increase or decrease the amount of memory allocated to the graphics? I don't seem to be able to make any changes from the BIOS. Is this something that adjusts automatically?
I have a HP pavilion 15 laptop, 64-bit, windows8.1, i7, intel hd graphics 4400, Geforce gt 740m. The problem is that while watching online video(youtube) through the web browsers, first of all the video playing smoothly, but after a few seconds, the video stops a while, and then continue play but the video is freeze while the audio works fine, then it completely stops. I have smooth Internet connectivity, i have checked all the flash player on browsers, drivers are updated, except for Intel HD Graphics, current version is 10.18.10.3304 , while the newest version is 220.127.116.11.3496 (10.18.10.3496) 140mb, after downloaded and run, it says that my OS does not match.
I'm having trouble finding a video or a graphics driver for a hp pavilion dv8315nr notebook pc The product and model number is EZ580UA#ABA the version of windows in my computer is windows 7, my computer has completed all of its important Windows Updates. I have updated my HP drivers using the hp support system, it is an on-going, or recent issue.
Ive had my Hp 15 notebook pc for about three days now. The first day i watched a youtube video and netflix perfectly fine, but i cannot say the same for the last two days. The second day i tried to watch something on youtube and it showed a green screen. I thought it was just the video so i clicked on the next video, it was also green. I turned on my NFL sports videos and same thing there, so i think it may be the Notebook.
My tv tuner INTEX IT-TV 150 FM plays only audio. The screen turns totaly white with no video signal. When calling the supporting staff at INTEX, they told me to install HP Pavilion dv4 video driver. Could this be the solution? If so, where could I find the video driver?
Had to format my hard disc and reinstall Windows XP, then upgraded to Win 7. Windows has generic VGA driver that's OK, but it can't run any copmplex videos that it used to be able to run. I know it's 5 years old, but everytime I download stuff for the "specs" listed on website, I can't get anywhere. I'm sure there have been more than one video card integrated into the board, but I don't know where else to turn!
I have an Acer Aspire 5735Z and i want to increase the video memory share but in BIOS i can't acces the option to increase it. I have the supervizor password and i can change every thing in BIOS exept for the video memory share.
When I check in the bios, it has the video memory set at 64mb. It does not give me the option to change this value like my old aspire 5100. Does anyone know of a way to increase the video memory on this lappy?
I have g6-2293SA laptop, it has Intel HD 4000 Graphic Card. When i look for Dedicared video memory it only shows 32 MB. But when i bought the laptop it was written upto 1.65 gb dedicated Ram. how to increase the Dedicated video memory.
I may have to replace my fan assembly for a dv9500. There are 2 different parts, one for discrete video system memory and one for UMA type memory. Any suggestions on how to determine the type I have? I have had no luck finding it in the device manager.
I am considering a new laptop. The HP I am consdering has ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4200 graphics with 128MB cache memory. The other I am considering is the Samsung R580 which has a smaller screen, smaller battery, but 512MB dedicated video. Since the HP has an 8 cell, it will get beter battery life.
So, the 4200 is integrated into the AMD Turion chip, yet has 128MB memory onboard for the graphics chip whereas the Samsung has a separate GPU?
Both laptops have bluray and are within $50 of each other in price.
Taking the Mini apart is very easy. Slide the putty knife, as others describe, into either side of the Mini, and just bend outward. That process takes under 30 seconds, and don't be afraid to make little scratches on the white plastic underneath. It WILL happen a little bit, but it's so minor that nobody will notice, and... well.... it's underneath! So who cares?
Here was my model Mini with 1GB, out of the box, with only 128MB Geforce 9400m available.
Taking it apart is VERY easy. Just remove the lid as described above, remove the 3 antennas from their clips (NOT from the motherboard). That takes about 5 seconds. Then unscrew the 4 screws in the corners of the system, taking special note of their original location! Then all you need to do is prop up the DVD drive and get your hand in there and remove the single DIMM. I was pleasantly surprised to see a 1GB DIMM in there already, not 2x 512MB, so for those wanting to upgrade to 2GB and not 4GB DDR3, you just need one stick of 1GB! Nice one, Apple! (I, of course, assume that ALL 1GB Minis come like this...)..........................
Many of the newer more demanding games require that a certain amount of RAM is virtually dedicated to your graphics card, and after hours of trying to figure out how to do that I came up empty. On most desktops and some laptops you can go into the BIOS and change it, but not on the HP Envy 17t (Tried updating BIOS). I'm really not sure how much of a difference it would make for gameplay, but considering how I have an extra 11 gb of RAM when I'm rarely using more than 4 gigs it'd be nice to be able to put some of it to use. There's also a few games I want to play that require a minimum amount to even be launched at all (COD: AW).