*HP EliteBook 2530p Owners Lounge*

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  1. tweakertje

    tweakertje Notebook Enthusiast

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    Annyone BUMB
     
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    jdbfdhsvbhdvhs Notebook Consultant

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    Does anyone here has an elitebook with an ULV processor (su9300 or su9400)? How are your temperatures?
    What about noise?

    I really like my 2530p (keyboard, aesthetics, form factor) but I do hate the noise and the slow 1.8" hard drive so I was thinking I should probably sell
    my 2530p and buy one with an ULV + 2.5" bay (cheaper ssd's)
     
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    kfg Newbie

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    Hi guys, i'm the new.
    I want to change Intel Wifi Link 5100 to AR9287, but i got the "104" error message.
    How can i remove/modify the whitelist or wlan card's ven_id/p_id/subsystem_id?
    Thank you.
     
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    User Retired 2 Notebook Nobel Laureate NBR Reviewer

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    Try to modify the DSDT table as shown here, where code is added to reduced temperature readings by 32 degrees to limit fan noise.

    Overclocking support

    Latest setfsb supports the ICS9LPRS397 PLL that's in a 2530P. However, would need a tme-unlock PLL pinmod for it to work. Any pioneers willing to give it a go?
     
  5. kfg

    kfg Newbie

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    Hi, nando4.First, sorry for my english.
    I searched the forum than i found you had modded the wlan whitelist from hp 2510p's bios.
    Did you modify the 2530p's bios?
    I want to change Intel 5100 to Atheros AR9287,but i got the "104" error message.
    Thank you.
     
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    Migruibal Newbie

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    Hello folks,

    I just bought a new 2530p, beautifully looking notebook-pc, but I'm having a big problem:

    CPU-Whining!

    Yes, I refer to the well-known high-pitch noise emanating from somewhere under the keyboard.

    Is there a working fix for the 2530p? It's driving me nuts :{
     
  7. jdbfdhsvbhdvhs

    jdbfdhsvbhdvhs Notebook Consultant

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    No, thank you. Most 2530p's are still under warranty because of the marvelous 3 year on site warrranty they have.

    I believe the whining is the nature of the C-states of the processor. (Not sure about that)
     
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    defcon3 Notebook Guru

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    As already proud owner of a 2530p, I followed nando4's advice and have me

    2530p with 4GB ram, dvd, blah-blah
    + original caddy
    + 750 WD drive in the caddy
    + external box for the DVD (working beautifully)

    Now, I have two more questions:

    1) Where can I buy a GSM module to use mobile data? How is the module called?

    2) Can I downclock the system to reduce CPU load and temperatures to reduce the vent whine?

    Thanks!!! :D
     
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    I heard so, too. The question is what I can do about it. Other HP-Books have been provided a fix, for example via a BIOS-update.
     
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