Here is what is installed. HP Software Update HP Advisor My HP Games HP Setup PC Alerts PC Dashboard PC Discovery PC Dock HP Customer Experience Enhancements HP MediaSmart DVD HP MediaSmart Demo HP MediaSmart Movie Themes HP MediaSmart Music/Photo/Video HP Odometer HP Remote Solution HP Support Assistant HP Support Information HP Update Homepage Protection Picture Mover Power2Go PowerDirector Any ideasActually the only ones I have installed on my HP laptop are NONE:) You don't need any one of those. But as richc46 suggested, its always wise to make a system restore point before you uninstall them all. Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number HP EliteBook 8530w Mobile Workstation OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (XP, 98SE, 95, 3.11, DOS 7.10 on VM) + Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Lucid Lynx CPU Intel Core 2 Duo Processor P8600 (2.40 GHz, 3 MB L2 cache) Motherboard Mobile Intel PM45 Express Chipset ICH9M-Enhanced Memory 4GB 800 MHz DDR2 SDRAM Graphics Card ATI Mobility FireGL V5700 with 256 MB Sound Card SoundMAX Integrated Digital HD Audio Monitor(s) Displays 15.4-inch WXGA anti-glare (1280 x 800 resolution) Screen Resolution 1280 x 800. Here is what is installed. Here is what is installed. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Hello Today I decided to install some stuff on my computer as it was out of date.
Canon Lide 90 Driver Linux Canon. I installed Java, Flash player and adobe reader X but when I go to add/remove they are not showing up in that section? Has anyone any suggestions or advice as to why this is happening? Software I've got a problem that is showing up in 2 ways. I'll install software such as Windows Virtual PC and the folder will show up in the programs menu, but the folder will be empty.
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Some of the pre-installed branded programs, like photo and gaming apps, or those that duplicate Windows tools, are completely unnecessary. Others, such as driver/BIOS update utilities (like Lenovo System Update), are worth keeping around. Installed apps not showing on start screen after Windows 8.1 update. Burns94 Oct 18, 2013. Solved Fate of Pre-Installed Apps after a clean install from Windows 7 to Windows 8.1.
Software I recently upgraded to a 80g SSD and installed win 7 x64 ultimate. I want to be able to run programs from my Win 7 x64 ultimate install on my HDD from the SSD. Is there any easy way to point my SSD in the correct direction of my programs located on my HDD? I've received a number of.dll files being. Installation & Setup First thing after I installed windows 7 on the SSD, I move my profile to another drive (a 1 tb WD black drive ). ( great tutorial ) After installing all my programs, I still have 46 gigs free on the 80.
Hardware & Devices well i feel like a huge idiot because i kinda saw it coming, but i downloaded windows 7 proffesional from my university (100% legally) and was required to do a clean install as the version of vista i have on my hp laptop will not allow an upgrade. Anyways, i backed up all my files, ran the iso file. Installation & Setup Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us • • • • • • •.
First, it was the industry giving out image CDs rather than physical CDs for all the software. Now the industry is not including any physical media at all with new systems. Part of this is because more and more systems are now not shipping. As a result, companies use a separate partition on the hard drive that holds the image along with an installer to rebuild the remaining portion of the hard drive back to the original setup.
Users have the option of making their own restore CD/DVD but have to supply the blank media themselves and this is only if their system actually has the drives to make them. Hp Dc7900 Windows Xp Vs Windows 10. This has a huge effect on the consumers; restoring the system from an image means that the hard drive must be reformatted. Any data or other applications on the system must be backed up and then reinstalled after the image is restored. It prevents the reinstallation of a single application that came with the system if it is having problems. This is a huge inconvenience compared to getting the actual physical installation CDs. There is little consumers can do about this since manufacturers do not say how users can restore their systems.