All forum topics Next Topic. I performed my own Mother board reflow for the Nvidia GPU, as well as the penny mod, and I upgraded to some really high end silver thermal paste with Diamond dust in it. I’d highly recommend against it. The laptop displays no video and the hard drive makes a repetitive clicking noise. Nope, it’s pretty much the same. See Chapter 3 starting on page for the supported cards and HP part numbers.
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Bobbert9 Dec 5, Windows Update probably installed some generic Wifi driver which wasn’t fully compatible. It was stated that the notebook version of the controler had raid disabled. Your name or email address: Discussion in ‘ HP ‘ started by majohoNov 6, You could have done a clean install of W7 and installed the 64 bit Vista drivers for any of your hardware. The best thing to do is to get one on eBay and do your search by the HP part.
Thanks for any input. The laptop displays no video and the hard drive makes a repetitive clicking noise. If one of the drives dies, you’re SOL. No wireless N, is there any upgrade for this to get a Wireless N card on here?
Anyone done a RAID setup on a dv9000
If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate board. But RAID-0 boot drives, that’s a recipe for disaster, and a pain in the rear to get set up. I ended up getting the ever favorite blank screen of death! AFAIK, software based raid is much slower than the hardware based solutions on desktops and some notebooks. But I bought the laptop anyway and I really like it. For almost any task, a single drive is perfectly fine.
You probably could have found an HP W7 driver raud the card as well. Another question is that why replacing the broken GB hard drive I noticed the second hard drive expansion which I thought was pure genius!
I don’t see any wireless N cards for your model. My laptop is only going to be my secondary anyway, I’m not concerned about the security.
If so, I don’t know why. I think there was a lengthy article on Toms Hardware on it a year or so ago.
Technical Journal of Michael Rogers: Raid 0 on HP dv
You really only need if you’re going to do video capture and the like but the handles this fine as well Gaming Software and Graphics Cards. Does anyone own a GLVS?
In reference to the heat output apparently this is a very common issue. So this “heat problem” was in fact a problem. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
Message 4 of 6. Message 1 of 6. I performed my own Mother board reflow for the Nvidia GPU, as well as the penny mod, and I upgraded to some really high end silver thermal paste with Diamond dust in it. It would go faster. Actually it’s pretty simple to set up in Windows XP, I’m talking about software RAID – you basically install windows and then add another disk in Disk Management and it changes it to raid.
I don’t have a link but it shouldn’t be hard to find on www. Message 6 of 6. Thanks for your time -Ben.