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Topic # 30497 10-Feb-2009 22:09
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BRAND NEW HP PAVILLION DV6752TX LAPTOP

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FEATURES:

2.2 GHZ INTEL CORE 2 DUO PROCESSOR
250GB HARD DRIVE
3GB DDR2 RAM
15.4" WIDESCREEN DISPLAY
WINDOWS VISTA PREMIUM
256MB DEDICATED GRAPHICS
8X DVDRW
FINGER PRINT SYSTERM
BLUETOOTH
WEBCAM

SPECIFICATIONS:

INTEL CORE 2 DUO T7500 (2.2GHZ)
NVIDIA GEFORCE 256MB DEDICATED GRAPHICS
15.4" WXGA HIGH DEFINITION BRIGHTVIEW WIDESCREEN DISPLAY
3GB DDR2
250GB 5400RPM
LIGHTSCRIBE SUPER MULTI 8X DVDRW WITH DOUBLE LAYER SUPPORT
INTEL PRO/WIRELESS 802.11A/G/N;INTEGRATED 10/100 LAN
EXPRESSCARD/54 SLOT (SUPPORTS BOTH 34 AND 54 FORM FACTORS)
INTEGRATED 5-IN-1 DIGITAL MEMORY READER SLOT
WINDOWS VISTA PREMIUM

Does anyone else have the same laptop?
Are there USB ports 1.1 or 2.0??


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  Reply # 195213 10-Feb-2009 22:18
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According to this they are USB 2.0 ports.



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 195279 11-Feb-2009 11:00
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Well thats what I thought, I checked in the Device manager... and it doesnt say in there they are..

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  Reply # 195301 11-Feb-2009 12:45
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your laptop looks like something that would make everyone (well most people) here salivate (a little at least).

what help do you need? it surely has a usb 2.0 it probably wont say it anywhere because anything normal since a gazillion years (well maybe 5 or so years - correct if wrong thanks) have been made with usb 2.0 ports.

it will be called universal serial bus controllers. i suspect you have a bout 4 to 6 of those holes ...

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