Possible Issues in HP ProBook® 6440b
Resolving Possible Issues in HP ProBook 6440b.
HP ProBook 6440b is a latest model loaded with Intel i5 processor and 2 GB of memory. It is categorized as a business laptop/tablet pc. The laptop comes with 1 year of warranty from manufacturer and also 24*7 support provided by technicians. In spite of it's power-packed performance, there are some issues that are reported by users after prolonged use of the HP ProBook 6440b. The issues may range from booting the laptop itself to problems in drivers of hardware devices like touchpad etc.
Here we will discuss in detail about some common problems in HP ProBook 6440b and tips to resolve them:
- Problem in Booting process
- Problem with Drivers
- Problems in Touchpad
Problem in Booting process
An issue may arise when you start your laptop and it starts booting. Sometimes the laptop just doesn’t complete the booting process and hangs up just in the state when it starts the booting process. To resolve the booting issues, first you need to check your BIOS settings, especially if you have made any recent changes to the set-up configuration. If the BIOS settings are fine or you have not made any significant changes in recent times, you may need to look for updating the BIOS drivers. You need to check whether they have gone too old. The latest updated drivers may be downloaded from the manufacturer's website for your appropriate laptop model.
Problem with Drivers
Drivers are the essentials software packages that make your hardware devices work in harmony. Sometimes there may be issues in drivers so that the respective device may stop functioning properly. The main issue with the drivers is the compatibility of drivers with the hardware deices and with the motherboard of the HP ProBook 6440b. If a compatible driver is not installed, it may create issues in your laptop. To resolve driver related issues, you may visit the manufacture's website to get the latest updated and compatible drivers for your laptop model.
Some users report a problem with touchpad in their HP ProBook 6440b. The touchpad creates keyboard lag, at times. To solve this problem, you may opt to disable the touchpad Device manager. But again if the touchpad is being used, you will not be able to disable it from Control panel. You would have to disable the Touchpad from BIOS itself. The alternate to this resolution is you can also try some third party touchpad drivers in your laptop. The Synaptic driver package creates issues in touchpad including keyboard lag, stuttering and excessive usage of CPU, etc. The newer drivers or a BIOS update should resolve such issues.