*HP HDX DRAGON Owners Lounge, Part 1*

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    Google Earth is showing a mushroom cloud where Poland used to be. I'm guessing that's not a good thing. :(

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    Thank you. Can it be a data burned cd, usb flash drive, or does it have to be a floppy drive?
     
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    The CD and USB flash might but hasn't been tested. Don't see why they wouldn't. The system checks both at start up. But for sure the floppy works.
     
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    <bump>

    Anyone?

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    It's probably dead.

    However, D/L the latest HW monitor: CPUID - System & hardware benchmark, monitoring, reporting

    It will give you a bit off info about the battery. Once you have it installed, run it. Pull the AC connection out the back if the HDX. Does the HDX cut off immmediately? If not what does HW monitor report as voltage and mAh?

    IF it didn't cut off right away, plug the A/C back in after the battery has run down a bit. Let it charge a while then pull the A/C out again and let it run on Batt until it's low. Continue this process if it shows increased runtime. You're trying to conition the battery. Otherwise if it doesn't show runtime improvement, the batt is dead.
     
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    both my dragon batteries show 0% wear (yeah), and 78,160 mWh capacity... just for reference.
     
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    given' you some rap power for that one (as opposed to 'rep')
     
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    You wound me. :D
     
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    Ha Ha Ha :D

    Some new details.

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    and

    YouTube - S5004307.AVI (some poor quality, I don't know how upload a HD version)

    There are some problems with the stable work of the card on HDX
    My version of 280m gtx is from a CLEVO serviced(i think) but I do not remember what model

    I do not know why programs like GPU-Z and EVEREST show the value of clocks 585(600)gpu/950mem/1465(1500)shader, these values are the 280m GTX MXM3 slot, while on MXM2x should be 525/800/1250, but I may be wrong

    Unfortunately, nothing will do, because I must give back a graphic card, to my friend

    sorry 4 my english, I used a translator little bit :D
     
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    nicely done! :D
    but can u show us the temps, because i think u had some temp problems. and how did u installed the 280m gtx in the hdx because of the height ? can u show us some pics ?
     
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