Re: HP probook 4530s alot of Latency and hangs problems (534 Views)
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manovin
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HP probook 4530s alot of Latency and hangs problems

it's serious i lose my Job here

my HP probook 4530s is on WIN 7 x32 bit

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my HP probook 4530s was working on Ubuntu studio 12.10 then WIN 8 then WIN 7

the problem began with win 8

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i tried to play crossfire it hangs and freezes every 30 sec or 40

the strange thing is that alot of forums told me to kill HP PA

but when i uninstalled it the problem appeared more n more

i  work using HP PA it made it better but i can't work i have a business laptop

really i began tp lose my work 2  weeks without any work

all the Music encoders and Apps hangs > believe it or not the browser hangs

i really need a solution and fast please

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here is all the changes i made :

1.restored BIOS to default > no luck

2.changed OS > no luck

3.updated BIOS > no luck ( more glitches )

4.tried the DPC latency checker it gave me 108k MAX

5.followed all the previous posts with no luck

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after 2 months of buying this UNIT hp changed the Main board & the battery

now it's age is 14 months

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really i need help

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manovin
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Re: HP probook 4530s alot of Latency and hangs problems

windows 7 rate gave me this results

 

 

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soccer_dan
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Re: HP probook 4530s alot of Latency and hangs problems

it is hard to follow completely the actual problem. There are no known generic problems that i know of that can cause what you are seeing

 

So, assuming the BIOS is up to date, i would install Windows 7 from scratch. You can order Recovery media from HP Support, or you can start with a Windows 7 Professional and enter the license key. I would then install and run HP Softpaq Download Manager (www.hp.com/go/sdm) and install any updates it shows as needed - AS LONG AS they are hardware drivers - NO ProtectTools or anything else at this time. I would also install the Essential Microsoft Windows updates softpaq (Hotfixes from MS). Once you have a clean Operating System, install your apps and verify use

 

Also, for Windows 7, make sure you enable Legacy mode in the BIOS, unless you plan to install Windows 8 where you shoud enable UEFI mode

 

Let us know how it goes

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manovin
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Re: HP probook 4530s alot of Latency and hangs problems

i see that most of HP representative doubt in my BIOS

so i will tell you what i doubt in about it
i installed Linux UBUNTU studio 12.10 , can this be a reason for this changement ?

and also i formatted my HD m cleaned my RAM ports and checked the fan > everything is well

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i use a good WIN 7 x32bit version with clean DVD

reinstalled it more than once trying to understand the reason for this problem

i downloaded all the drivers of WIN 7 professiona; x 32 from HP official site

created the HP tools partition

i got a rate of 5.6/7.9 in windows 7

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any new ideas ?

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Re: HP probook 4530s alot of Latency and hangs problems

my this help ?

when the unit hangs

this appears

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Re: HP probook 4530s alot of Latency and hangs problems

 
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Re: HP probook 4530s alot of Latency and hangs problems

The issue with latency issues causing huge  freezing delays and jerky sound on HP probook laptops is caused by a power supply.

 

It has an extra wire inside which transmits some data from and into the laptop,  and after some time it starts causing problems.

 

The solution is simple:  just pull the power plug from the laptop .. just a little bit, like ~3mm,   so that sensing wire gets disconnected  but you should still have a charging power.

 

You can also just pull the plug out,  but then you're running only on a battery.

 

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