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    Default Re: *HP EliteBook 8560w Owners Lounge*

    Many thanks Aikimox,

    I've found :
    The diagnostic utilities use the LEDs near the Num Lock or Caps Lock keys to blink a series of error codes. At the end of the series the blinking stops. The pattern of blinks will occur any time you attempt to start the computer until the error is resolved.

    Caps Lock/Num Lock LED Component Tested Error Condition
    LEDs blink 1 time CPU CPU not functional
    LEDs blink 2 times BIOS BIOS corruption failure
    LEDs blink 3 times Memory Module error not functional
    LEDs blink 4 times Graphics Graphics controller not functional
    LEDs blink 5 times System board General system board failure
    LEDs blink 6 times BIOS BIOS authentication failure

    (HP EliteBook 8560w Mobile Workstation- HP Notebook PCs - Blank Screen LED Error Codes - c01443366 - HP Business Support Center)

    Indeed One of my new RAM module was bad !

    I remove it and my laptop is restarted. Yeeesss !

    Many thanks for your help.
    Best regards everybody !

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    Default Re: *HP EliteBook 8560w Owners Lounge*

    Quote Originally Posted by Primosz View Post
    Same question and new...
    What is the color gamut for TN display in 8560w? W520 have 65% for 1600x900, what is for HP?
    72% for the TN FHD screen.

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    Default Re: *HP EliteBook 8560w Owners Lounge*

    Quote Originally Posted by centaurian View Post
    Hi there. I want upgrade RAM in my EliteBook. So question is, if third-party RAM will work or I should buy one from HP? (eg. Is there some kind of blocking feature as for mini pcie cards?)
    HP RAM is crazy expensive. 8GB 1333MHZ DDR3 1Dm is $1950 on their website with CTO. On ebay, the same spec Patriot signature memory with lifetime warranty is $147. I bought 32Gb and its running perfect.

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    Default Re: *HP EliteBook 8560w Owners Lounge*

    Quote Originally Posted by rikudo View Post
    72% for the TN FHD screen.
    Thanks, but do You know what is gamut for 1600x900, HD+ screen?

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    Default Re: *HP EliteBook 8560w Owners Lounge*

    Anyone have calibrated its screen ? the regular fhd screen ? if yes , can you post the settings in nvdia panel .....many tanks ...

    I have another question , i sintalled all the drivers and a device seems to not being installed....when i check this is the intel management stuff ...when i try to reinstall it : no go ...and impossible to remove it ...any info about that ?

    On my devices list a still have that unkown components ....
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    Default Re: *HP EliteBook 8560w Owners Lounge*

    Hey guys, i'm havig keyboard problems with my 8560w. I real have to BANG HARD on the keys to get them to regiser typing.

    If I tpe normaly, this is what Iget:

    E gs, i"mhavngabord prblems withm850w.ihavetto bg hard o e kesto get th tregt tpig.

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    Default Re: *HP EliteBook 8560w Owners Lounge*

    hi
    i'm waiting for my sample of elitebook to arrive (core i5, fullhad dreamcolor, ati video card)
    I'm vwondering does anybody knows what is the version od display port(v.12 or v1.1)?
    I'm asking to know can I conect it to my plasma and play full hd 3d movies??

    thanks

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    Default Re: *HP EliteBook 8560w Owners Lounge*

    Quote Originally Posted by Primosz View Post
    Thanks, but do You know what is gamut for 1600x900, HD+ screen?

    description of % sRGB coverage is much better than just 72% Gamut in general terms.

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    Default Re: *HP EliteBook 8560w Owners Lounge*

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeezo View Post
    Anyone have calibrated its screen ? the regular fhd screen ? if yes , can you post the settings in nvdia panel .....many tanks ...

    I have another question , i sintalled all the drivers and a device seems to not being installed....when i check this is the intel management stuff ...when i try to reinstall it : no go ...and impossible to remove it ...any info about that ?

    On my devices list a still have that unkown components ....

    300 USD Spectrometer is the least requirement for RGB LED/WLED Panel.

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    Default Re: *HP EliteBook 8560w Owners Lounge*

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeezo View Post
    I have another question , i sintalled all the drivers and a device seems to not being installed....when i check this is the intel management stuff ...when i try to reinstall it : no go ...and impossible to remove it ...any info about that ?

    On my devices list a still have that unkown components ....
    Hei. Do You have an usb mouse or keyboard connected to Your laptop? And device manager says that unknown device is "base device" ? I was also wondering about that, but when I instaled driver for my mouse everithnig was alright.
    I hope that helps.

 

 

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