Can anybody tell us how we can access one feature like in HP Pavilion dv6-3007ax Entertainment Notebook? Specifically, how to access media and internet without starting an operating system after system recovery?
any thing for lenovo thinkpad plz
I think what Naveen was asking is related to the Checking of Mails without actually logging into the user in HP Pavilion Notebooks.
This is the standard option given for directly viewing mails (Gmail/Yahoo etc..)..
I too have the same (HP pavilion Notebook) and hence this might be his problem...Because no methods to use it are given in the manual or in HP's web-site.
Use a live-CD..?
Use an alternative operating system & youre done, aka : Linux, FreeBSD,
NetBSD(http://www.netbsd.org/) , OpenBSD, Sun Solaris, SCO UnixWare, BeOS,
MacOS, Chromium OS (Google Chrome OS), ReactOS - React Operating System,
Tmax Window OS and the list goes on....
Just google it ;)
You can also use redo backup software.It is 75 MB iso file which can be burned into CD or into USB drive and it boots your computer without any OS.You can browse the internet using firefox included in the software.
The feature is called "Instant on". It's actually a secondary operating system (mostly based on UNIX) specifically designed and slimmed down for fast network access.
Most of them [like HP Quick Web or ASUS Express Gate] are based on Splashtop (www.splashtop.com) and only feature a handful of applications.
I'm not sure if HP offers it for your laptop but as an alternative you can look into
one of the following:
Mandriva Instant On (http://www.mandriva.com/)
Xandros Presto (http://www.prestomypc.com)
*although not as lightweight as the above
Damn Small Linux (http://www.damnsmalllinux.org/)
Chromium OS (http://dev.chromium.org/)
no my friend that was not.
if u get answer in future please tell
i will be waiting..........
if we all couldn't understand what you mean, chances are that you won't get the 'right' answer.
Maybe you could try again to explain what you meant. It could be helpful. ;)
The links are having a ) extension... Correct it
Thanks for the heads-up. Should be fixed now.
I'm not sure I understand what you mean regarding system recovery.
I think the feature you mean is HP Quick Web. However, you need an operating system to install it, then you can boot into Quick Web and access your locally stored media and the internet without booting into your operating system first.
no thats was not that feature of what i was speaking...
thanks alot u r true
i got it
and sorry ...............