Drives

Drives

User Guide

© Copyright 2008 Hewlett-Packard

Development Company, L.P.

Microsoft, Windows, and Windows Vista are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 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. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

First Edition: June 2008

Document Part Number: 469004-001

Product notice

This user guide describes features that are common to most models. Some features may not be available on your computer.

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Table of contents

1 Handling drives

2 Using an optical drive

Identifying the installed optical drive ..................................................................................................... 3

Using optical discs ................................................................................................................................ 4

Selecting the right disc ......................................................................................................................... 5

CD-R discs ........................................................................................................................... 5

CD-RW discs ....................................................................................................................... 5

DVD±R discs ....................................................................................................................... 5

DVD±RW discs .................................................................................................................... 5

LightScribe DVD+R discs .................................................................................................... 5

HD DVD discs and Blu-ray Disc .......................................................................................... 6

Playing a CD or DVD ............................................................................................................................ 7

Using AutoPlay ..................................................................................................................................... 8

Changing DVD region settings ............................................................................................................. 9

Observing the copyright warning ........................................................................................................ 10

Copying a CD or DVD ........................................................................................................................ 11

Creating or “burning” a CD or DVD .................................................................................................... 12

Removing an optical disc (CD or DVD) .............................................................................................. 13

3 Improving hard drive performance

Using Disk Defragmenter ................................................................................................................... 14

Using Disk Cleanup ............................................................................................................................ 15

4 Replacing the hard drive

5 Troubleshooting

The optical disc tray does not open for removal of a CD or DVD ....................................................... 21

The computer does not detect the optical drive ................................................................................. 22

A disc does not play ........................................................................................................................... 23

A disc does not play automatically ..................................................................................................... 24

The process of burning a disc does not begin, or it stops before completion .................................... 25

A device driver must be reinstalled .................................................................................................... 26

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Obtaining the latest HP device drivers ............................................................................... 26

Obtaining the latest Windows device drivers ..................................................................... 27

Index ................................................................................................................................................................... 28

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1 Handling drives

Drives are fragile computer components that must be handled with care. Refer to the following cautions before handling drives. Additional cautions are included with the procedures to which they apply.

CAUTION:

To reduce the risk of damage to the computer, damage to a drive, or loss of information, observe these precautions:

Before handling a drive, discharge static electricity by touching the unpainted metal surface of the drive.

Do not touch the connector pins on a removable drive or on the computer.

Handle a drive carefully; do not drop a drive or place items on it.

Before removing or installing a drive, shut down the computer. If you are unsure whether the computer is off, in the Sleep state, or in Hibernation, turn the computer on, and then shut it down through the operating system.

Do not use excessive force when inserting a drive into a drive bay.

Do not type on the keyboard or move the computer while the optical drive is writing to a disc. The write process is sensitive to vibration.

When the battery is the only source of power, be sure that the battery is sufficiently charged before writing to media.

Avoid exposing a drive to temperature or humidity extremes.

Avoid exposing a drive to liquids. Do not spray the drive with cleaning products.

Remove media from a drive before removing the drive from the drive bay, or traveling with, shipping, or storing a drive.

If a drive must be mailed, place the drive in a bubble-pack mailer or other suitable protective packaging and label the package “FRAGILE.”

Avoid exposing a drive to magnetic fields. Security devices with magnetic fields include airport walkthrough devices and security wands. The airport security devices that check carry-on luggage, such as conveyor belts, use X-rays instead of magnetism and will not damage a drive.

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2 Using an optical drive

Your computer includes an optical drive that expands the functionality of the computer. Identify what kind of device is installed in your computer to see its capabilities. The optical drive allows you to read data discs, play music, and watch movies. If your computer includes a Blu-ray Disc ROM Drive or an

HD DVD Drive, then you can also watch high-definition video from disc.

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Identifying the installed optical drive

Select Start > Computer.

You will see a list of all the devices installed on your computer, including your optical drive. You may have one of the following types of drives:

DVD-ROM Drive

DVD±RW/R and CD-RW Combo Drive

DVD±RW/R and CD-RW Combo Drive with Double-Layer (DL) support

HD DVD-R Drive with SuperMulti DVD±R/RW Double Layer (DL) support

HD DVD-ROM Drive with SuperMulti DVD±R/RW Double Layer (DL) support

LightScribe DVD±RW/R and CD-RW Combo drive with Double-Layer (DL) support

Blu-ray Disc ROM Drive with SuperMulti DVD±R/RW Double Layer (DL) support

NOTE:

Some of the drives listed above may not be supported by your computer.

Identifying the installed optical drive 3

Using optical discs

An optical drive, such as a DVD-ROM drive, supports optical discs (CDs and DVDs). These discs store information, such as music, photos, and movies. DVDs have a higher storage capacity than CDs.

Your optical drive can read standard CD and DVD discs. If your optical drive is a Blu-ray Disc ROM

Drive, it can also read Blu-ray discs. If your optical drive is an HD DVD drive, it can also read HD DVD discs.

NOTE:

Some of the optical drives listed may not be supported by your computer. The listed drives are not necessarily all of the supported optical drives.

Some optical drives can also write to optical discs as described in the following table.

Optical drive type

Write to CD-RW Write to DVD

±RW/R

Yes

Write to DVD+R

DL

No

Write label to

LightScribe CD or DVD±RW/R

No

Write to HD DVD

No DVD±RW/R and

CD-RW Combo

Drive

DVD±RW/R and

CD-RW Combo

Drive with DL support

Yes

Yes

HD DVD-R Drive with SuperMulti

DVD±R/RW DL support

Yes

HD DVD-ROM

Drive with

SuperMulti DVD

±R/RW DL support

LightScribe DVD

±RW/R and CD-

RW Combo Drive with DL support

Yes

Yes

Blu-ray Disc ROM

Drive with

SuperMulti DVD

±R/RW DL support

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

Yes

No

No

Yes

No

No

No

CAUTION:

To prevent possible audio and video degradation, loss of information, or loss of audio or video playback functionality, do not initiate Sleep or Hibernation while reading or writing to a CD or DVD.

To prevent loss of information, do not initiate Sleep or Hibernation when writing to a CD or DVD.

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Selecting the right disc

An optical drive supports optical discs (CDs and DVDs). CDs, used to store digital data, are also used for commercial audio recordings and are convenient for your personal storage needs. DVDs are used primarily for movies, software, and data backup purposes. DVDs are the same form factor as CDs but have at least 8 times the storage capacity.

NOTE:

The optical drive on your computer may not support all the types of optical discs discussed in this section.

CD-R discs

Use CD-R (write-once) discs to create permanent archives and to share files with virtually anyone.

Typical uses include the following:

● Distributing large presentations

Sharing scanned and digital photos, video clips, and written data

● Making your own music CDs

Keeping permanent archives of computer files and scanned home records

● Offloading files from your hard drive to free up disk space

After data is recorded, it cannot be erased or written over.

CD-RW discs

Use a CD-RW disc (a rewritable version of a CD) to store large projects that must be updated frequently.

Typical uses include the following:

Developing and maintaining large documents and project files

● Transporting work files

Making weekly backups of hard drive files

● Updating photos, video, audio, and data continuously

DVD±R discs

Use blank DVD±R discs to permanently store large amounts of information. After data is recorded, it cannot be erased or written over.

DVD±RW discs

Use DVD+RW discs if you want to be able to erase or write over data that you saved earlier. This type of disc is ideal for testing audio or video recordings before you burn them to a CD or DVD that cannot be changed.

LightScribe DVD+R discs

Use LightScribe DVD+R discs for sharing and storing data, home videos, and photos. These discs are read-compatible with most DVD-ROM drives and set-top DVD video players. With a LightScribe-enabled drive and LightScribe software, you can write data to the disc and then add a designer label to the outside of the disc.

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HD DVD discs and Blu-ray Disc

HD DVD is a high-density disc format designed for the storage of large amounts of data and highdefinition video. The capacity for an HD DVD is 15 gigabytes (GB) for single layer and 30 GB for dual layer, about three times the capacity of a standard DVD.

Also called BD, Blu-ray Disc is a high-density optical disc format for the storage of digital information, including high-definition video. A single-layer Blu-ray Disc can store 25 GB, over five times the size of a single-layer DVD at 4.7 GB. A dual-layer Blu-ray Disc can store 50 GB, almost 6 times the size of a dual-layer DVD at 8.5 GB.

Typical uses include the following:

Storage of large amounts of data

High-definition video

Video games

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Playing a CD or DVD

1.

Turn on the computer.

2.

Press the release button (1) on the drive bezel to release the disc tray.

3.

Pull out the tray (2).

4.

Hold the disc by the edges to avoid touching the flat surfaces and position the disc label-side up over the tray spindle.

NOTE:

If the tray is not fully accessible, tilt the disc carefully to position it over the spindle.

5.

Gently press the disc (3) down onto the tray spindle until the disc snaps into place.

6.

Close the disc tray.

If you have not yet configured AutoPlay, as described in the following section, an AutoPlay dialog box opens. It prompts you to select how you want to use the media content.

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Using AutoPlay

To configure AutoPlay, follow these steps:

1.

Select Start > Control Panel > Play CDs or other media automatically.

2.

Confirm that the Use AutoPlay for all media and devices check box at the upper left of the computer screen is selected.

3.

Click Choose a default for each media type listed.

4.

Click either Take no action or Ask me every time to prevent the automatic playing of a CD or

DVD.

5.

Click Save to confirm your selections.

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Changing DVD region settings

Most DVDs that contain copyrighted files also contain region codes. The region codes help protect copyrights internationally.

You can play a DVD containing a region code only if the region code on the DVD matches the region setting on your DVD drive.

CAUTION:

The region settings on your DVD drive can be changed only 5 times.

The region setting you select the fifth time becomes the permanent region setting on the DVD drive.

The number of region changes remaining is displayed on the DVD Region tab.

To change settings through the operating system:

1.

Select Start > Computer > System properties.

2.

In the left pane, click Device Manager.

NOTE:

Windows includes the User Account Control feature to improve the security of your computer. You may be prompted for your permission or password for tasks such as installing software, running utilities, or changing Windows settings. Refer to Windows Help for more information.

3.

Click the "+" sign next to DVD/CD-ROM drives.

4.

Right-click the DVD drive for which you want to change region settings, and then click

Properties.

5.

Click the DVD Region tab, and change settings.

6.

Click OK.

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Observing the copyright warning

It is a criminal offense, under applicable copyright laws, to make unauthorized copies of copyrightprotected material, including computer programs, films, broadcasts, and sound recordings. Do not use this computer for such purposes.

CAUTION:

To prevent loss of information or damage to a disc, observe the following guidelines:

Before writing to a disc, connect the computer to a reliable external power source. Do not write to a disc while the computer is running on battery power.

Before writing to a disc, close all open programs except the disc software you are using.

Do not copy directly from a source disc to a destination disc or from a network drive to a destination disc. Save the information to your hard drive, and then burn from your hard drive to the destination disc.

Do not use the computer keyboard or move the computer while the computer is writing to a disc. The write process is sensitive to vibration.

NOTE:

For details about using software included with the computer, refer to the software manufacturer’s instructions, which may be provided with the software, on disc, or on the manufacturer’s

Web site.

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Copying a CD or DVD

1.

Select Start > All Programs > CyberLink DVD Suites > Power2Go.

2.

Insert the disc you want to copy into the optical drive.

3.

Click Copy at the bottom right of the screen.

4.

When prompted, remove the source disc from the optical drive and insert a blank disc into the drive.

After the information is copied, the disc you created ejects automatically.

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Creating or “burning” a CD or DVD

If your computer includes a CD-RW, DVD-RW, or DVD±RW optical drive, you can use software such as Windows Media Player or CyberLink Power2Go to burn data and audio files, including MP3 and WAV music files. To burn video files to a CD or DVD, use MyDVD.

Observe the following guidelines when burning a CD or DVD:

Before burning a disc, save and close any open files and close all programs.

A CD-R or DVD-R is usually best for burning audio files because after the information is copied, it cannot be changed.

NOTE:

You cannot create an audio DVD with CyberLink Power2Go.

Because some home and car stereos will not play CD-RWs, use CD-Rs to burn music CDs.

A CD-RW or DVD-RW is generally best for burning data files or for testing audio or video recordings before you burn them to a CD or DVD that cannot be changed.

DVD players used in home systems usually do not support all DVD formats. Refer to the user guide that came with your DVD player for a list of supported formats.

An MP3 file uses less space than other music file formats, and the process for creating an MP3 disc is the same as the process for creating a data file. MP3 files can be played only on MP3 players or on computers with MP3 software installed.

To burn a CD or DVD, follow these steps:

1.

Download or copy the source files into a folder on your hard drive.

2.

Insert a blank CD or DVD into the optical drive.

3.

Select Start > All Programs, and then select the name of the software you want to use.

NOTE:

Some programs may be located in subfolders.

4.

Select the kind of CD or DVD you want to create—data, audio, or video.

5.

Right-click Start, click Explore, and navigate to the folder where the source files are stored.

6.

Open the folder, and then drag the files to the drive that contains the blank optical disc.

7.

Initiate the burning process as directed by the program you have selected.

For specific instructions, refer to the software manufacturer's instructions, which may be provided with the software, on disc, or on the manufacturer's Web site.

CAUTION:

Observe the copyright warning. It is a criminal offense, under applicable copyright laws, to make unauthorized copies of copyright-protected material, including computer programs, films, broadcasts, and sound recordings. Do not use this computer for such purposes.

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Removing an optical disc (CD or DVD)

1.

Press the release button (1) on the drive bezel to release the disc tray, and then gently pull out the tray (2) until it stops.

2.

Remove the disc (3) from the tray by gently pressing down on the spindle while lifting the outer edges of the disc. Hold the disc by the edges and avoid touching the flat surfaces.

NOTE:

If the tray is not fully accessible, tilt the disc carefully as you remove it.

3.

Close the disc tray and place the disc in a protective case.

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3 Improving hard drive performance

Using Disk Defragmenter

As you use the computer, files on the hard drive become fragmented. Disk Defragmenter consolidates the fragmented files and folders on the hard drive so that the system can run more efficiently.

Disk Defragmenter is easy to use. After you start it, it works without supervision. Depending on the size of your hard drive and the number of fragmented files, it may take more than an hour to complete. You may want to set it to run during the night or another time when you do not need access to your computer.

HP recommends defragmenting your hard drive at least once a month. You may set Disk Defragmenter to run on a monthly schedule, but you can defragment your computer manually at any time.

To run Disk Defragmenter:

1.

Select Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Disk Defragmenter.

2.

Click Defragment now.

NOTE:

Windows® includes the User Account Control feature to improve the security of your computer. You may be prompted for your permission or password for tasks such as installing software, running utilities, or changing Windows settings. Refer to Windows Help for more information.

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Using Disk Cleanup

Disk Cleanup searches the hard drive for unnecessary files that you can safely delete to free up disk space and help the computer to run more efficiently.

To run Disk Cleanup:

1.

Select Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Disk Cleanup.

2.

Follow the on-screen instructions.

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4 Replacing the hard drive

CAUTION:

To prevent information loss or an unresponsive system:

Shut down the computer before removing the hard drive from the hard drive bay. Do not remove the hard drive while the computer is on, in the Sleep state, or in Hibernation.

If you are not sure whether the computer is off or in Hibernation, turn the computer on by pressing the power button. Then shut down the computer through the operating system.

To remove the hard drive:

1.

Save your work.

2.

Shut down the computer and close the display.

3.

Disconnect all external devices connected to the computer.

4.

Unplug the power cord from the AC outlet.

5.

Turn the computer upside down on a flat surface.

6.

Remove the battery from the computer.

7.

With the hard drive bay toward you, loosen the 2 hard drive cover screws (1).

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8.

Lift the hard drive cover away from the computer (2).

9.

Use the black plastic tab on top of the hard drive to lift the left side of the hard drive to a 45-degree angle (1).

10.

Lift the hard drive away from the computer (2) as far as the hard drive cable allows, and then flip the it over to allow it rest it on the computer.

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11.

Pull the small black plastic tab firmly to disconnect the hard drive cable from the system board

(3).

12.

Remove the hard drive.

To install a hard drive:

1.

Connect the hard drive cable to the hard drive connector on the system board (1).

2.

Insert the hard drive by tucking in the rubber spacers on the right side of the hard drive (2) into the openings in the right side of the hard drive bay.

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3.

Gently lower the left side of the hard drive until it is flush in the hard drive bay (3).

4.

Align the tabs on the hard drive cover with the notches on the computer (1).

5.

Close the cover (2).

6.

Tighten the 2 hard drive cover screws (3).

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5 Troubleshooting

The following sections describe several common issues and resolutions.

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The optical disc tray does not open for removal of a CD or

DVD

1.

Insert the end of a paper clip (1) into the release access in the front bezel of the drive.

2.

Press in gently on the paper clip until the disc tray is released, and then pull out the tray (2) until it stops.

3.

Remove the disc (3) from the tray by gently pressing down on the spindle while lifting the outer edges of the disc. Hold the disc by the edges and avoid touching the flat surfaces.

NOTE:

If the tray is not fully accessible, tilt the disc carefully as you remove it.

4.

Close the disc tray and place the disc in a protective case.

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The computer does not detect the optical drive

If Windows does not detect an installed device, the device driver software may be missing or corrupted.

If you suspect that the DVD/CD-ROM drive is not being detected, verify that the optical drive is listed in the Device Manager utility.

1.

Remove any discs from the optical drive.

2.

Click Start and type device manager in the Start Search box.

As you type, search results are listed in the pane above the box.

3.

In the results pane, click Device Manager. If prompted by User Account Control, click Continue.

4.

In the Device Manager window, click the plus sign (+) next to DVD/CD-ROM drives, unless a minus sign (-) is already showing. Look for an optical drive listing.

If the drive is not listed, install (or reinstall) the device driver as instructed in “A device driver must be reinstalled” found later in this section.

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A disc does not play

Save your work and close all open programs before playing a CD or a DVD.

Log off the Internet before playing a CD or a DVD.

Be sure that you insert the disc properly.

Be sure that the disc is clean. If necessary, clean the disc with filtered water and a lint-free cloth.

Wipe from the center of the disc to the outer edge.

Check the disc for scratches. If you find scratches, treat the disc with an optical disc repair kit available at many electronics stores.

Disable Sleep mode before playing the disc.

Do not initiate Hibernation or Sleep while playing a disc. Otherwise, you may see a warning message asking if you want to continue. If this message is displayed, click No. After you click No, the computer may behave in either of the following ways:

Playback may resume.

– or –

The playback window in the multimedia program may close. To return to playing the disc, click the Play button in your multimedia program to restart the disc. In rare cases, you may need to exit the program and then restart it.

Increase system resources:

Turn off printers and scanners, and unplug cameras and portable handheld devices.

Disconnecting these Plug and Play devices frees up valuable system resources and results in better playback performance.

Change desktop color properties. Because the human eye cannot easily tell the difference between colors beyond 16 bits, you should not notice any loss of color while watching a movie if you lower system color properties to 16–bit color, as follows:

1. Right-click on a blank area of the computer desktop, and select Personalize > Display

Settings.

2. Set Colors to Medium (16 bit), if this setting is not already selected.

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A disc does not play automatically

1.

Click Start and type autoplay in the Start Search box.

As you type, search results are listed in the pane above the box.

2.

In the results pane, click Autoplay. If prompted by User Account Control, click Continue.

3.

Select the check box for Use AutoPlay for all media and devices, and then click Save.

A CD or DVD should now start automatically when it is inserted into the optical drive.

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The process of burning a disc does not begin, or it stops before completion

Be sure that all other programs are closed.

Turn off Sleep mode and Hibernation.

Be sure that you are using the right kind of disc for your drive. See your user guides for more information about disc types.

Be sure that the disc is inserted properly.

Select a slower write speed and try again.

If you are copying a disc, save the information on the source disc to your hard drive before trying to burn the contents to a new disc, and then burn from your hard drive.

Reinstall the disc-burning device driver located in the DVD/CD-ROM drives category in Device

Manager.

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A device driver must be reinstalled

1.

Remove any discs from the optical drive.

2.

Click Start and type device manager in the Start Search box.

As you type, search results are listed in the pane above the box.

3.

In the results pane, click Device Manager. If prompted by User Account Control, click Continue.

4.

In Device Manager, click the plus sign (+) next to the type of driver you want to uninstall and reinstall

(for example, DVD/CD-ROMs, Modems, and so on) unless the minus sign (-) is already showing.

5.

Click a listed driver, and press the delete key. When prompted, confirm that you want to delete the driver, but do not restart the computer.

Repeat for any other drivers you want to delete.

6.

In the Device Manager window, click the Scan for hardware changes icon in the toolbar. Windows scans your system for installed hardware and installs default drivers for anything requiring drivers.

NOTE:

If you are prompted to restart the computer, save all open files, and then continue with the restart.

7.

Reopen Device Manager, if necessary, and then verify that the drivers are once again listed.

8.

Try running your program again.

If uninstalling and reinstalling the default device drivers does not correct the problem, you may need to update your drivers using the procedures in the following section.

Obtaining the latest HP device drivers

You can obtain the latest HP device drivers in either of the following ways:

Using the HP Update Utility

Using the HP Web site

To use the HP Update Utility:

1.

Select Start > All Programs > HP > HP Update.

2.

On the HP Welcome screen, click Settings and select a time when the utility should check for software updates on the Web.

3.

Click Next to immediately check for HP software updates.

To use the HP Web site:

1.

Open your Internet browser, go to http://www.hp.com/support , and select your country or region.

2.

Click the option for software and driver downloads, type your computer model number in the search box, and then press enter .

– or –

If you want a specific SoftPaq, enter the SoftPaq number in the Search box, press enter , and follow the instructions provided. Proceed to step 6.

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3.

Click your specific product from the models listed.

4.

Click the Windows Vista® operating system.

5.

When the list of drivers is displayed, click an updated driver to open a window containing additional information.

6.

Click Install now to install the updated driver without downloading the file.

– or –

Click Download only to save the file to your computer. When prompted, click Save and then select a storage location on your hard drive.

After the file is downloaded, navigate to the folder where the file was stored, and double-click the file to install.

7.

If prompted to do so, restart your computer after the installation is complete, and then verify the operation of the device.

Obtaining the latest Windows device drivers

You can obtain the latest Windows device drivers by using Microsoft® Update. This Windows feature can be set to automatically check for and install updates for the Windows operating system and other

Microsoft products.

To use Microsoft Update:

1.

Open your Internet browser and go to http://www.microsoft.com

.

2.

Click Security & Updates.

3.

Click Microsoft Update to get the latest updates for your computer operating system, programs, and hardware.

4.

Follow the on-screen instructions to install Microsoft Update. If prompted by User Account Control, click Continue.

5.

Click Change settings and select a time for Microsoft Update to check for updates to the Windows operating system and other Microsoft products.

6.

If prompted to do so, restart your computer.

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Index

A

airport security devices 1

AutoPlay 8

B

Blu-ray disc 6

C

CD

burning 12, 25

copying 11

playing 7

removing 13

CD drive 4

CD, drive 2

copyright warning 10

D

device drivers

HP drivers 26

Windows drivers 27

Disk Cleanup software 15

Disk Defragmenter software 14 disk performance 14

drives

caring for 1

hard 16, 18

optical 2

drives, optical drive 4

DVD

burning 12, 25

changing region setting 9

copying 11

drive 2

playing 7

removing 13

DVD drive 4

H

hard disk drive

installing 18

removing 16 replacing 16

hard drive

installing 18

removing 16 replacing 16

HD DVD disc 6

M

maintenance

Disk Cleanup 15

Disk Defragmenter 14

O

optical disc

Blu-ray 6

HD DVD 6

removing 13

using 4, 5

optical drive

identifying 3

P

playing a CD or DVD 7

R

region codes, DVD 9

S

software

Disk Cleanup 15

Disk Defragmenter 14

T

troubleshooting

burning discs 25

device driver 26

28 Index

disc play 23, 24

HP device drivers 26

optical disc tray 21

optical drive detection 22

Windows drivers 27

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