Setup in HP ProBook® 4710s
Tips to Setup in HP ProBook 4710s
HP ProBook 4710s is a low priced business notebook mainly designed for business class customers. This laptop is developed with Intel Core 2 duo P8700 2.53 GHz processor and it is highly compatible with the Operating System Windows Vista business edition. This laptop has 17.3 inch LED backlit display with a resolution of 1600*900. This laptop has got 4GB RAM and 320 GB hard disc. This laptop is available with Wi-Fi, Ethernet modem and Bluetooth connectivity. Comfortable spacing between the keys in keyboard provides improved typing speed. BIOS stands for Basic Input Output System which is a program or software which provide a standard interface between the hardware and the devices connected to the computer.
Following are the possible reasons for setup configuration that are disabled in HP ProBook 4710s and tips to resolve the issue:
- BIOS settings
- Fails to boot
- Continuous rebooting
BIOS represents the system configuration settings stored in the HP ProBook 4710s ROM which helps to enable the communication between various hardware components. BIOS offers different types of configuration settings for the system according to the type and version of the BIOS. You can access the BIOS settings by pressing the appropriate key in the keyboard. There are some issues in the system related with the BIOS and boot problems.
Fails to boot
Boot problems in the HP ProBook 4710s are mainly related with hardware. This problem is also caused by bad driver, incorrect monitor settings and BIOS program error. Most of the problems related with booting could be fixed by starting Windows in Safe Mode. If the issue occurs again in Safe Mode, then the issue might be related with the corrupted driver. You can resolve this issue by upgrading the corrupted driver.
Continuous rebooting of your HP ProBook 4710s is mainly caused by the malfunctioning of the capacitors in the motherboard. Capacitors in the motherboard might be breakdown due to the bad power source. It is good to take the necessary steps to prevent the sudden power failure or any other electrical problems. If you have this rebooting problem in your laptop, you could repair or replace the motherboard.