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HP HDX 18 User's And Service Manual

HP HDX 18 User's And Service Manual (204 pages)

G2 Tape Autoloader  
Brand: HP | Category: Tape Deck | Size: 5.58 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Features And Overview15................................................................................................................................................................
Model And Interface Type15................................................................................................................................................................
Ultrium 448 1/8 G2 Tape Autoloader Specifications15................................................................................................................................................................
Ultrium 920 1/8 G2 Tape Autoloader Specifications16................................................................................................................................................................
Ultrium 1760 1/8 G2 Tape Autoloader Specifications16................................................................................................................................................................
Ultrium 3000 1/8 G2 Tape Autoloader Specifications16................................................................................................................................................................
Autoloader Options17................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Storageworks 1/8 G2 & Msl Encryption Kit17................................................................................................................................................................
Command View Tl Tapeassure17................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Specifications And Requirements For Parallel Scsi Drives18................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Scsi Host Bus Adapters (hbas)18................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Lun Support18................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Scsi Interface Types18................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Specifications And Requirements For Fibre Channel Drives19................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Specifications And Requirements For Sas Drives19................................................................................................................................................................
Fc Drive Interface Speeds19................................................................................................................................................................
Sas Drive Interface Speeds19................................................................................................................................................................
Lto-4 And Later Generation Tape Drives And Encryption20................................................................................................................................................................
Backward Read Compatibility20................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Encryption Kit21................................................................................................................................................................
Using Application-managed Encryption21................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Overview22................................................................................................................................................................
Back Panel Overview23................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Control Panel Leds23................................................................................................................................................................
Back Panel Overview With Parallel Scsi Tape Drive23................................................................................................................................................................
Tape Drive Led24................................................................................................................................................................
Back Panel Overview With Sas Tape Drive24................................................................................................................................................................
Back Panel Overview With Fc Tape Drive24................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Tape Autoloader27................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Host27................................................................................................................................................................
Planning The Parallel Scsi Configuration28................................................................................................................................................................
About Parallel Scsi Busses28................................................................................................................................................................
Optimizing Throughput28................................................................................................................................................................
Scsi Addresses29................................................................................................................................................................
Planning The Sas Configuration29................................................................................................................................................................
About Sas29................................................................................................................................................................
Sas Cables And Connectors29................................................................................................................................................................
World Wide Identifiers30................................................................................................................................................................
Planning The Fibre Channel Configuration30................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Connection30................................................................................................................................................................
Example Sas Fanout Cable30................................................................................................................................................................
San Connection31................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing A Location31................................................................................................................................................................
Location Criteria31................................................................................................................................................................
Unpacking The Shipping Container32................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Product Components32................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Feet33................................................................................................................................................................
Product Components33................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Shipping Lock34................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Feet To The Bottom Of The Autoloader34................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting The Device In A Rack35................................................................................................................................................................
Shipping Lock Location35................................................................................................................................................................
Shipping Lock Storage Location35................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Kit36................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Rails Into The Rack36................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Tabletop Conversion Kit37................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Scsi Address (parallel Scsi Drives Only)37................................................................................................................................................................
Securing The Autoloader To The Rack37................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Tabletop Conversion Cover37................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Parallel Scsi Cable (parallel Scsi Devices Only)38................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Parallel Scsi Cable To The Tape Drive38................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Fibre Channel Cables (fibre Channel Devices Only)39................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Sas Cable (sas Devices Only)39................................................................................................................................................................
Powering On The Device40................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Device40................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Power Cord40................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Connection41................................................................................................................................................................
Labeling And Loading The Tape Cartridges41................................................................................................................................................................
Verifying The Installation42................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Additional Features42................................................................................................................................................................
Tape Cartridges And Magazines43................................................................................................................................................................
Tape Cartridges43................................................................................................................................................................
Ultrium 448 Tape Drive43................................................................................................................................................................
Ultrium 920 Tape Drive43................................................................................................................................................................
Ultrium 1760 Tape Drive43................................................................................................................................................................
Ultrium 3000 Tape Drive43................................................................................................................................................................
Using And Maintaining Tape Cartridges44................................................................................................................................................................
Labeling Tape Cartridges45................................................................................................................................................................
Write-protecting Tape Cartridges46................................................................................................................................................................
Apply The Label Within The Recessed Area46................................................................................................................................................................
Write-protecting The Data Cartridge46................................................................................................................................................................
Read And Write Compatibility47................................................................................................................................................................
Magazines47................................................................................................................................................................
Left Magazine—slot Numbering With Mailslot Enabled48................................................................................................................................................................
Right Magazine—slot Numbering With Mailslot Enabled48................................................................................................................................................................
Operating The Tape Autoloader49................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Management Interface (rmi)49................................................................................................................................................................
Overview49................................................................................................................................................................
Login50................................................................................................................................................................
Status Pane51................................................................................................................................................................
Rmi Login51................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Help52................................................................................................................................................................
System Status Pane52................................................................................................................................................................
Help Button52................................................................................................................................................................
Identity53................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Static Device Information53................................................................................................................................................................
Identity: Autoloader53................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Static Drive Information54................................................................................................................................................................
Identity: Drive Page (fibre Channel)54................................................................................................................................................................
Identity: Drive Page (parallel Scsi)55................................................................................................................................................................
Identity: Drive Page (sas)55................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Network Information56................................................................................................................................................................
Identity: Network56................................................................................................................................................................
Status57................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Dynamic Device Information57................................................................................................................................................................
Status: Autoloader57................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Dynamic Drive Information58................................................................................................................................................................
Status: Drive Page (parallel Scsi)58................................................................................................................................................................
Status: Drive Page (fc)59................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Tape Cartridge Inventory60................................................................................................................................................................
Status: Inventory60................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration61................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The System Configuration61................................................................................................................................................................
Status: Inventory: Media Details Pane61................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration: System62................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Drive Configuration64................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration: Drive Page (parallel Scsi)64................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Network Configuration65................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration: Drive Page (fibre Channel)65................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration: Drive Page (sas)65................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration: Network66................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration: Network Management67................................................................................................................................................................
Network Management Configuration67................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Administrator Password69................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Date And Time70................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration: Password70................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Error Log Mode71................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration: Date/time71................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Event Notification Parameters72................................................................................................................................................................
Saving And Restoring The Device Configuration And Restoring Factory Defaults72................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration: Log72................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration: Alerts72................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration: Save/restore73................................................................................................................................................................
Operations74................................................................................................................................................................
Moving Media74................................................................................................................................................................
Updating The Current Media Inventory75................................................................................................................................................................
Releasing And Replacing The Magazines75................................................................................................................................................................
Operations: Move Media75................................................................................................................................................................
Operations: Inventory75................................................................................................................................................................
Support76................................................................................................................................................................
Performing General Diagnostics76................................................................................................................................................................
Operations: Magazines76................................................................................................................................................................
Support: General Diagnostic76................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Service - Service Restricted77................................................................................................................................................................
Determining And Updating Firmware77................................................................................................................................................................
Support: Hp Service77................................................................................................................................................................
Rebooting The Device78................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Logs78................................................................................................................................................................
Support: Firmware78................................................................................................................................................................
Support: Reboot78................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Tape Drive79................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading A Support Ticket79................................................................................................................................................................
Support: Autoloader Logs79................................................................................................................................................................
Support: Clean Drive79................................................................................................................................................................
Support: Support Ticket80................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Control Panel (ocp)81................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicators82................................................................................................................................................................
Autoloader Home Screen82................................................................................................................................................................
Home Screen82................................................................................................................................................................
Operator Control Panel Buttons83................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Status83................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Menu Structure84................................................................................................................................................................
Entering The Administrator Password85................................................................................................................................................................
Autoloader Menu Tree85................................................................................................................................................................
Unlocking The Mailslot (unlock Mailslot)86................................................................................................................................................................
Status/information86................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Tape From The Mailslot86................................................................................................................................................................
Display Indication Definitions87................................................................................................................................................................
Autoloader Information (status/information > Autoloader Information)88................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Information (status/information > Drive Information)88................................................................................................................................................................
Component Status (status/information > Component Status)89................................................................................................................................................................
Network Information (status/information > Network Information)89................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Administrator Password (configuration > Change Admin Password)90................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Number Of Reserved Slots (configuration > Set Reserved Slot Count)90................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Mailslot (configuration > Configure Mailslot)91................................................................................................................................................................
Bar Code Reporting Format (configuration > Barcode Format Reporting)91................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Scsi Address — Parallel Scsi Devices (configuration > Change Drive)92................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Behaviors (configuration > Autoloader Behavior)92................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Date And Time (configuration > Autoloader Date/time)93................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Network Settings (configuration > Configure Network Settings)94................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Automatic Cleaning (configuration > Configure Auto Cleaning)95................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Factory Defaults (configuration > Restore Defaults)95................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Tape Drive (operations> Clean Drive)97................................................................................................................................................................
Moving Tapes In The Autoloader (operations > Move Tape)98................................................................................................................................................................
Updating Tape Cartridge Inventory (operations > Perform Inventory)99................................................................................................................................................................
Rebooting The Autoloader (operations> Reboot Autoloader)100................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Password Locks (operations > Enable Autoldr Password Locks)100................................................................................................................................................................
Powering A Drive On Or Off (support > Power On/off Drive)101................................................................................................................................................................
Running The Demonstration (support > Run Demo)101................................................................................................................................................................
Running The Slot To Slot Test (support > Run Slot To Slot Test)101................................................................................................................................................................
Running The Wellness Test (support > Run Wellness Test)102................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Logs (support > Autoloader Error Log)104................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading A Support Ticket (support > Download Support Ticket)105................................................................................................................................................................
Forcing The Drive To Eject A Tape (support > Force Drive To Eject Tape)105................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting107................................................................................................................................................................
Detection Problems After Installing A Parallel Scsi Device107................................................................................................................................................................
Detection Problems After Installing A Sas Device109................................................................................................................................................................
Fibre Channel Connection Problems110................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Problems111................................................................................................................................................................
Power Problems111................................................................................................................................................................
Tape Movement Problems112................................................................................................................................................................
Attention Led Is Lit115................................................................................................................................................................
Rmi Network Connection Issues117................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Problems117................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Problems118................................................................................................................................................................
Average File Size118................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Impact Of Various File Sizes118................................................................................................................................................................
File System Type119................................................................................................................................................................
Connection From The Host Server To The Disks119................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Impact Of Various File Systems119................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Impact Of Various Disk Connections120................................................................................................................................................................
Operating System Configuration122................................................................................................................................................................
Windows122................................................................................................................................................................
Novell123................................................................................................................................................................
Removable Storage Service123................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Server124................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Type124................................................................................................................................................................
File-by-file With A Full-featured Backup Application124................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Server Requirements124................................................................................................................................................................
File-by-file With A Native Application125................................................................................................................................................................
Disk Image, Flash, Or Sequential125................................................................................................................................................................
Database Backup125................................................................................................................................................................
Connection From The Host Server To The Autoloader125................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Impact Of Various Autoloader Connections126................................................................................................................................................................
Media127................................................................................................................................................................
Service And Repair127................................................................................................................................................................
Releasing The Magazines Manually127................................................................................................................................................................
Access Holes For The Right And Left Magazine127................................................................................................................................................................
The Wellness Test128................................................................................................................................................................
Releasing The Magazine128................................................................................................................................................................
Error Codes129................................................................................................................................................................
Finding Error Code Information On The Ocp130................................................................................................................................................................
Finding Error Code Information On The Rmi130................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Ocp Error Message130................................................................................................................................................................
Error Code In The Ocp Error Log130................................................................................................................................................................
Error Message In The Ocp Error Log130................................................................................................................................................................
No Additional Information In The Ocp Error Log130................................................................................................................................................................
Date And Time In The Ocp Error Log130................................................................................................................................................................
Finding Error Code Information On An L&tt Support Ticket Or Report131................................................................................................................................................................
Support Ticket In Viewer132................................................................................................................................................................
Critical Event Details133................................................................................................................................................................
Main Error Code Descriptions134................................................................................................................................................................
Main Error Codes134................................................................................................................................................................
Error Sub-code Descriptions142................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Error Codes147................................................................................................................................................................
Device Error Sub-codes147................................................................................................................................................................
Warning Events148................................................................................................................................................................
Warning Event Codes148................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Change Events153................................................................................................................................................................
Information Events154................................................................................................................................................................
Informational Events154................................................................................................................................................................
Using Hp Library & Tape Tools To Diagnose Problems155................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading And Servicing The Tape Autoloader157................................................................................................................................................................
Possible Tools Needed158................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing A Tape Drive158................................................................................................................................................................
Drive Led158................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Scsi Cable159................................................................................................................................................................
Captive Screws On The Tape Drive159................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Tape Drive159................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Tape Drive160................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing A Magazine161................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Operator Control Panel161................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Remote Management Interface161................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Manual Magazine Release162................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Magazine Release Holes162................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The Base Chassis163................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Left Magazine163................................................................................................................................................................
Recording Configuration Settings164................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Tape Cartridge From The Tape Drive164................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Cables, Magazines, And Tape Drive164................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Base Chassis165................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Base Chassis From The Rack165................................................................................................................................................................
Unpacking The New Chassis166................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Base Chassis166................................................................................................................................................................
Sliding The Autoloader Into The Cover167................................................................................................................................................................
Support And Other Resources169................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Technical Support169................................................................................................................................................................
Hp Websites169................................................................................................................................................................
Typographic Conventions169................................................................................................................................................................
Document Conventions169................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair170................................................................................................................................................................
Subscription Service171................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-authorized Reseller171................................................................................................................................................................
Customer Self Repair Parts171................................................................................................................................................................
A Technical Specifications173................................................................................................................................................................
Physical Specifications173................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Specifications173................................................................................................................................................................
G2 Tape Autoloader Physical Specifications: All Models173................................................................................................................................................................
B Regulatory Compliance And Safety175................................................................................................................................................................
Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers175................................................................................................................................................................
Federal Communications Commission Notice175................................................................................................................................................................
Fcc Rating Label175................................................................................................................................................................
Class A Equipment175................................................................................................................................................................
Class B Equipment176................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With The Fcc Logo, United States Only176................................................................................................................................................................
Modification176................................................................................................................................................................
Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)176................................................................................................................................................................
European Union Regulatory Notice177................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Notices177................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Vcci-a Notice177................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Vcci-b Notice177................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Power Cord Statement178................................................................................................................................................................
Korean Notices178................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwanese Notices178................................................................................................................................................................
Bsmi Class A Notice178................................................................................................................................................................
Taiwan Battery Recycle Statement178................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Compliance Notices180................................................................................................................................................................
English Laser Notice180................................................................................................................................................................
Dutch Laser Notice180................................................................................................................................................................
French Laser Notice181................................................................................................................................................................
German Laser Notice181................................................................................................................................................................
Italian Laser Notice181................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Laser Notice182................................................................................................................................................................
Spanish Laser Notice182................................................................................................................................................................
Recycling Notices182................................................................................................................................................................
English Notice182................................................................................................................................................................
Bulgarian Notice183................................................................................................................................................................
Czech Notice183................................................................................................................................................................
Danish Notice183................................................................................................................................................................
Dutch Notice183................................................................................................................................................................
Estonian Notice184................................................................................................................................................................
Finnish Notice184................................................................................................................................................................
French Notice184................................................................................................................................................................
German Notice184................................................................................................................................................................
Greek Notice185................................................................................................................................................................
Hungarian Notice185................................................................................................................................................................
Italian Notice185................................................................................................................................................................
Latvian Notice185................................................................................................................................................................
Lithuanian Notice186................................................................................................................................................................
Polish Notice186................................................................................................................................................................
Portuguese Notice186................................................................................................................................................................
Romanian Notice186................................................................................................................................................................
Slovak Notice187................................................................................................................................................................
Spanish Notice187................................................................................................................................................................
Swedish Notice187................................................................................................................................................................
Turkish Notice187................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Replacement Notices188................................................................................................................................................................
Dutch Battery Notice188................................................................................................................................................................
French Battery Notice189................................................................................................................................................................
German Battery Notice189................................................................................................................................................................
Italian Battery Notice190................................................................................................................................................................
Japanese Battery Notice190................................................................................................................................................................
Spanish Battery Notice191................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cords191................................................................................................................................................................
C Electrostatic Discharge193................................................................................................................................................................
Preventing Electrostatic Damage193................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Methods193................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary195................................................................................................................................................................
Index199................................................................................................................................................................

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HP HDX 18 Maintenance And Service Manual

HP HDX 18 Maintenance And Service Manual (138 pages)

Entertainment PC  
Brand: HP | Category: Laptop | Size: 3.37 MB
Table of contents
Maintenance And Service Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Product Description7................................................................................................................................................................
Battery10................................................................................................................................................................
Display10................................................................................................................................................................
Top Components11................................................................................................................................................................
Display Components11................................................................................................................................................................
Buttons, Speakers, And Fingerprint Reader12................................................................................................................................................................
Keys14................................................................................................................................................................
Lights15................................................................................................................................................................
Pointing Devices16................................................................................................................................................................
Front Components17................................................................................................................................................................
Right-side Components17................................................................................................................................................................
Left-side Components18................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Component18................................................................................................................................................................
Bottom Components19................................................................................................................................................................
Service Tag20................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Major Components21................................................................................................................................................................
Display Assembly Components26................................................................................................................................................................
Mass Storage Devices27................................................................................................................................................................
Plastics Kit28................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Parts29................................................................................................................................................................
Sequential Part Number Listing30................................................................................................................................................................
Preliminary Replacement Requirements34................................................................................................................................................................
Tools Required34................................................................................................................................................................
Service Considerations34................................................................................................................................................................
Grounding Guidelines35................................................................................................................................................................
Packaging And Transporting Guidelines36................................................................................................................................................................
Workstation Guidelines36................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment Guidelines37................................................................................................................................................................
Unknown User Password38................................................................................................................................................................
Component Replacement Procedures39................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Feet40................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Drive42................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive44................................................................................................................................................................
Tv Tuner Module46................................................................................................................................................................
Rtc Battery47................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Module48................................................................................................................................................................
Wlan Module49................................................................................................................................................................
Switch Cover51................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboard Cover53................................................................................................................................................................
Power Button Board55................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth Module56................................................................................................................................................................
Keyboard57................................................................................................................................................................
Power Button Board Cable60................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth Module Cable61................................................................................................................................................................
Led Board Cable62................................................................................................................................................................
Speaker Assembly63................................................................................................................................................................
Display Assembly64................................................................................................................................................................
Top Cover71................................................................................................................................................................
Touchpad On/off Button Board75................................................................................................................................................................
System Board77................................................................................................................................................................
Subwoofer81................................................................................................................................................................
Audio/infrared Board83................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Board84................................................................................................................................................................
Power Connector Cable85................................................................................................................................................................
Tv Tuner Module Cable86................................................................................................................................................................
Fan/heat Sink Assembly87................................................................................................................................................................
Processor89................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Setup Utility91................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Language Of The Setup Utility91................................................................................................................................................................
Navigating And Selecting In The Setup Utility91................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying System Information92................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Default Settings In The Setup Utility92................................................................................................................................................................
Using Advanced Setup Utility Features92................................................................................................................................................................
Closing The Setup Utility93................................................................................................................................................................
Setup Utility Menus93................................................................................................................................................................
Main Menu93................................................................................................................................................................
Security Menu93................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Menu94................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics Menu94................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Specifications95................................................................................................................................................................
Inch Display Specifications96................................................................................................................................................................
Hard Drive Specifications97................................................................................................................................................................
Blu-ray Rom Dvd±rw Supermulti Dl Drive Specifications99................................................................................................................................................................
System Dma Specifications99................................................................................................................................................................
System Memory Map Specifications100................................................................................................................................................................
System Interrupt Specifications100................................................................................................................................................................
System I/o Address Specifications101................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm2.5×7.0 Screw103................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm2.0×4.0 Screw107................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm2.5×6.0 Captive Screw113................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm3.0×4.0 Screw114................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm2.5×5.0 Broadhead Screw115................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm2.5×11.0 Captive Screw116................................................................................................................................................................
Phillips Pm2.5×5.0 Captive Screw117................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering System Information118................................................................................................................................................................
Creating Recovery Discs118................................................................................................................................................................
Backing Up Your Information119................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Suggestions119................................................................................................................................................................
Using System Restore Points120................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Recovery121................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering From The Recovery Discs121................................................................................................................................................................
Recovering From The Dedicated Recovery Partition (select Models Only)121................................................................................................................................................................
Audio-in (microphone)122................................................................................................................................................................
Audio-out (headphone)123................................................................................................................................................................
External Monitor123................................................................................................................................................................
Hdmi124................................................................................................................................................................
Rj-45 (network)125................................................................................................................................................................
Universal Serial Bus125................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For All Countries And Regions126................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Specific Countries And Regions127................................................................................................................................................................
HP HDX 18 Specifications

HP HDX 18 Specifications (3 pages)

HP HDX18 Premium Series Notebook PC  
Brand: HP | Category: Laptop | Size: 0.83 MB

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