ok, after complete disassembly and cleaning the nearly not dirty fan i had still the same problem.
I think it was because I controlled the fan to be quiet - maybe quiet enough for my ears but little bit too hot now in summer. :-/
so i hoped to fix the problem with reflowing the mainboard in oven ... now it is completely dead. :-/
I have ordered now a new mainboard for the nc2400 - and in same way also a (complete and working) 2510p (as there my ZIF-SSD fits) if i can't fix it by replacing the motherboard, but I think that is faulty now.
I have my 2560p up and running and working like a dream EXCEPT a problem has krept in mith my Logitech travelmate v470 bluetooth mouse.
This mouse worked perfectly with my 2540, but now seems to have some sort of delay between moving the mouse adn the cursor following. I have tried replacing the mouse adn the batteries and played with all of the ouse settings and drivers to no avail. I suspect there is something going on with the bluetooth adapter on the notebook - has anybody had this problem or any suggestion on how to resolve
HP EliteBook 2170p and 2570p hands-on - SlashGear -> substantially different port layout and optical drive moved from left to right side. I suspect this is the real 2570P with HP perhaps doing away with the expresscard slot figuring IVB has USB 3.0 native so no need for USB 3.0 expresscards to achieve it.
New to post and to Elitebook 2560p. I'm trying to create RAID1 backup drive using eSATA port, however Intel Rapid Storage Utility does nof offer this option. I noticed the BIOS offers RAID option under 'SATA Device Mode' (currently set to AHCI), however when trying to change, I get a warning that the OS may need to be re-installed if setting is changed. Any way to get RAID w/o re-installing Windows?
OS= WinXP Pro, Bios=F22
I wonder why the 2170p wont offer expresscard but it will offer a smartcard reader. I thought those were put in the same area. It would have been the perfect 2530p replacemente. SSD upgrade for me then!