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Jun 14, 2012 by | Posted in Laptops & Notebooks

My 8gb hp pendrive after connecting, is not even responded by my computer. What could be the problem?

I use Vaio CS and have windows 8 as well as windows 7. I tried connecting it in both os but it din't workout. Help is what I need.

Jun 14, 2012 by gollumgollum | Posted in Laptops & Notebooks

Which would be a better buy? Mac or Windows 7 laptop?

This one is for the all the computer geeks out there....I need to buy a laptop for my MBA and also as a personal entertainment system.....A majority of my time is spent on the web, though for the MBA I will need to use Office software a lot more...I am not much of a gamer, what I need is a smooth and powerful machine that will serve me well for the next 3 years or so...the windows laptop I have zeroed in on has the following specs: PROCESSOR ProcessorCore i7 (3rd Generation) Variant3610QM ChipsetIntel HM77 Express BrandIntel Clock Speed3.3 GHz Cache6 MB MEMORY Expandable MemoryUp to 16 GB Memory Slots2 (Unused Slots 0) System Memory6 GB DDR3 STORAGE Hardware InterfaceSATA RPM5400 HDD Capacity750 GB OPTICAL DISK DRIVE Read/Write Speed8x Optical DriveSuper Multi DVDRW Dual Layer Drive PLATFORM Architecture64-bit Operating SystemWindows 7 Home Premium DISPLAY Screen Size15.6 Inch Resolution1366 x 768 Pixel Screen TypeBrightView LED Widescreen Display GRAPHICS Dedicated Graphics Memory TypeDDR3 Dedicated Graphics Memory Capacity2 GB Graphic ProcessorNvidia GeForce 630M INPUT Web Camera0.3 Megapixel Pointer DeviceTouchpad with Multi Gesture Support KeyboardDura-coat Island-style Keyboard with Numeric Keypad AUDIO Internal MicYes SpeakersBeats Audio High Definition Audio SoundHigh Definition Audio, Quad Speakers with Internal Subwoofer COMMUNICATION EthernetIntegrated 10/100/1000 Wireless LANIEEE 802.11 b/g/n Bluetoothv4.0 + HS POWER Battery BackupUp to 3 hours Power Supply65 W AC Adapter Battery Cell6 Cell Lithium-ion PORTS/SLOTS USB Port3 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 2.0 Mic InYes RJ45 LANYes HDMI PortYes VGA PortYes Multi Card SlotYes SOFTWARE Included SoftwareAdobe Acrobat Reader, HP Connection Manager 4.1, HP Power Manager, HP CoolSense Technology SECURITY Fingerprint SensorYes Lock PortKensington Lock Slot At the same budget in India, Apple offers a macbook air: Intel Core i5 Processor 4 GB RAM 128 GB Flash Hard Disk Mac OS X Operating System 11.6 Inch Screen Intel HD Graphics 3000 (256 MB) I dont mind spending a bit more, but I really need to be sure before buying....is Mac really so good that lesser specs will do????? Also, I have used Windows all my life and know close to nothing about ios Please advice whether making the transformation to a Mac is worth it or I am better off with windows (Sorry for the long question)

【ツ】 | Jun 14, 2012
well, you certainly dont need a 2300 dollar web surfing machine. if all you really do is run office and surf the web, get a PC and save a grand or so. if you want a mac, get one. but just dont think you 'need' one...for surfing the web.
Tyson Jane | Jun 14, 2012
Windows 7 is the OS released by Microsoft. Based on the same kernel platform as MAC, this OS aims to provide you the ultimate and help you work in your OS perfectly without any problems.

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Windows 7 Secrets

Creator: Paul Thurrott, Rafael Rivera | 2009-09-08

This update includes compatibility for 64-bit (x64) versions of Windows Vista ( and Windows 7), server backup ... Key among these is HP, whose MediaSmart Server line has proven to be the customer favorite in the United States, ...

Publisher: Wiley

About this book
Windows 7 Secrets cuts through the hype and explains how things work, what's new and different, and how you can best optimize the new OS for your needs and wants. Utilizing the time-tested Secrets formula, Windows 7 Secrets goes where other Windows books fear to tread, and does so with witty, conversational language that doesn't speak down to the reader or waste time with basic computer use concepts. Put simply, Windows 7 Secrets tells you what you need to know to go from Windows user to Windows expert. Windows 7 Secrets will build off of Windows Vista Secrets SP1 Edition and will include hundreds of secrets, tips, tables, and illustrations. It will provide point-by-point comparisons of Windows 7 features and functionality to those in Windows XP and Vista, providing an invaluable resource for upgraders. The book will also explain how other products in the Windows ecosystem--like Windows Live, Mobile, and Home Server--are essential to the core OS and 'complete' the Windows 7 experience. Windows 7 Secrets is written by two of the premier experts in the Windows community, both of whom have unfettered access to Microsoft internally. Unlike other general purposes Windows books, Windows 7 Secrets focuses only on what the reader needs to know: New features and functionality, the differences between previous versions of Windows (both XP and Vista), and how you can modify the system to work the way that is best for the individual reader. This will be the ultimate insider's guide to Microsoft's most exciting Windows version in years.



576 pages

Mastering Windows 7 Deployment

Creator: Aidan Finn, Darril Gibson, Kenneth Van Surksum | 2011-02-23

OEM If you buy a computer with Windows 7 already installed, it comes with an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) license. For example, if you purchase a computer from HP or Dell, it will come with a Windows 7 version licensed to HP or ...

Publisher: Sybex

About this book
Get professional-level instruction on Windows 7 deployment toolsEnterprise-level operating system deployment is challenging and requires knowledge of specific tools. It is expected that Windows 7 will be extensively deployed in businesses worldwide. This comprehensive Sybex guide provides thorough coverage of the Microsoft deployment tools that were specifically created for Windows 7, preparing system administrators, MIS professionals, and corporate programmers to tackle the task effectively.Companies worldwide are expected to deploy Windows 7 as their enterprise operating system; system administrators and IT professionals need comprehensive instruction on Microsoft's deployment toolsThis complete guide provides clear, step-by-step instruction on planning, installing, configuring, deploying, and troubleshooting deployment methods for each toolCovers the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit, Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT), Windows PE, Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK), Windows System Image Manager (WSIM), Easy Transfer, User State Migration Toolkit (USMT), Windows Deployment Services, Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010, System Center Configuration Manager, Key Management Service, and Volume Activation Management Tool (VAMT)Illustrated with plenty of real-world scenarios, "Mastering Windows Deployment" provides the hands-on instruction you need to fully understand and use each deployment technology.


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Aero is the compute-intensive graphical user interface in both Vista and Windows 7. In addition to the three editions of Windows 7, HP hopes to continue pre- installing both Windows XP Professional and Vista Business on its netbooks, ...


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Need Windows 7 compatible TWAIN drivers for HP scanning application, PrecisionScan Pro 3.02. W7 Drivers not available from HP

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    Surprisingly capable for only $99 - Runs the full version of Windows

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    [UPDATED w/ Stream 8] Great Windows tablet on a budget. Does nearly everything a full laptop can do

    I am an IT professional who deals with technology every day, and is very much into gadgets. Over the years, I have played with the HP TouchPad, Google Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Asus Transformer, iPad, Surface, and Surface 2. I now own the Surface Pro 3. Yes, I have used a lot of tablets -- Apple iOS, Google Android, and Microsoft Windows 8. I'd like to preface that among all products, the Surface Pro 3 is my favorite for its versatility: tablet for play and consumption, laptop-like for work. Most importantly: it just plain works with the Windows ecosystem (hardware and software).HP Stream 7 is a surprisingly fluid Windows 8.1-based tablet that comes with a 1 year subscription to Office 365 Personal, a $69 value. More on that later. What makes it surprising is its performance for its price. (Note: I purchased this tablet from the Microsoft Store.)PROS- Holds easily in the palm of my hand and in the back of my jeans pocket- A quite powerful Windows... 5/5 M. Y. "Photographer | Outdoor Enthusiast ... (USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: HP Stream 7 32GB Windows 8.1 Tablet (Includes Office 365 Personal for One Year) (Personal Computers) I am an IT professional who deals with technology every day, and is very much into gadgets. Over the years, I have played with the HP TouchPad, Google Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Asus Transformer, iPad, Surface, and Surface 2. I now own the Surface Pro 3. Yes, I have used a lot of tablets -- Apple iOS, Google Android, and Microsoft Windows 8. I'd like to preface that among all products, the Surface Pro 3 is my favorite for its versatility: tablet for play and consumption, laptop-like for work. Most importantly: it just plain works with the Windows ecosystem (hardware and software).HP Stream 7 is a surprisingly fluid Windows 8.1-based tablet that comes with a 1 year subscription to Office 365 Personal, a $69 value. More on that later. What makes it surprising is its performance for its price. (Note: I purchased this tablet from the Microsoft Store.)PROS- Holds easily in the palm of my hand and in the back of my jeans pocket- A quite powerful Windows... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 17, 2014

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    Customer Video Review Length:: 7:03 Mins The prices of Windows devices continue to plunge! HP has just released this new 7 inch tablet that runs the full version of Windows 8.1.Build quality for the price is surprisingly good. HP managed to get a 7 inch IPS display built into the tablet and it feels solid overall.Performance is actually pretty decent. It has a quad core Intel Atom processor that delivers about the same performance as other Atom based PCs. It is hindered by only having one gigabyte of memory, so there will be a limit to how much multitasking the machine can handle without slowing down.When running one application at time the machine feels as good as some of the inexpensive Atom based laptops I've looked at recently. Gaming performance is lacking for modern games (mostly due to the small amount of available RAM) but older games and casual mobile games should work fine.The Stream 7 lacks an external video port, so it's... 5/5 Lon J. Seidman "lon@ lon.tv" (CT) - See all my reviews, November 8, 2014

    Good but with caveats, a possible skip for now.

    Surprisingly mediocre effort by HP, when I first took it out of the box I was enamored with this $99 marvel. I agree with other peoples first impressions with the device. Runs full windows? Awesome! Small and light? Great! The screen? The screen is gorgeous. I knew there would be some sacrifices like it having a significantly shorter battery life than most tablets, I was ok with that. However, two weeks in, now that the honey moon is over. I've really started to feel where HP cut corners to deliver the product. If you check the HP forums, there are tons of people with issues.My first issue is the charging situation, this bugger is picky as to which charger lets it charge to 100%, every charger you plug in works for a little bit then it stops. Unless you use the official HP charger & cable... which as of this writing they don't sell in the US store, so if you need a spare you're SOL. To add insult to injury, HP in their wisdom has elected to not put in a charge indicator... 2/5 R. Li (Honolulu, HI) - See all my reviews, December 8, 2014
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    Includes Office 365 Personal for 1-year ($69.95 value)
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