Help!

RobertHoltzman holtzm at cox.net
Thu Jan 21 08:14:48 UTC 2010


On Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 12:26:33PM +1100, Gary Jarrel wrote:
> 
> Firstly one would you ever consider running an update at some wifi spot or even
> running an update over a wireless connection? Connection breaks you are in for
> all sorts of trouble. 

Of course not. I would wait until I was home and hard wire to the router
or even the modem. That's my choice.

> 
> Whenever I am updating it's always done via a LAN cable on a stable internet
> connection.

That's your choice.

> 
> Updates are good, security, bugfixes are important.
> 
> Secondly if you google: HP Mini 1000 recovery you will be pointed to the page :
>  
> 
> http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareList?os=2020&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&
> product=3860346&lang=en 
> 
> It has recovery tools which may address you problem, by restoring your system
> to it's factory default using HP software, you should get all the drivers
> installed as well as part of the process. 

I think you're confusing me with another poster. I don't have an HP Mini
1000 nor do I have a problem.

-- 
Bob Holtzman
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