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Monday, April 30, 2012

HP Pavilion P2-1121L PC Drivers

Tips: Update o5May2012 Create an Acronis Back Up copy of a Windows XP system from a running PC with XP OS. Recover it to this HP pavilion desktop with Acronis True Image Home 2012 Plus Pack. See here.
For Wins XP3 Drivers see here:-
 Atheros Gigabit Fast Ethernet Controller Drivers
Intel Management Engine Interface
Original Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver
Realtex HD Audio Drivers
Intel Chipset Device Software
Intel HD Graphic Drivers

For Wins 7 See HP links here:-

» Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit)
» Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)
» Microsoft Windows 7 Home Basic (32-bit)
» Microsoft Windows 7 Home Basic (64-bit)
» Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32-bit)
» Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
» Microsoft Windows 7 Professional (32-bit)
» Microsoft Windows 7 Professional (64-bit)
» Microsoft Windows 7 Starter (32-bit)
» Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (32-bit)
» Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (64-bit)

Pavilion P2-1121L PC New !  Sandy Bridge based Pentiums
Release date
Intel® Pentium® Processor G630T(2.3GHz, 3MB Cache) ultra low power
 2048MB DDR3 PC3-10600 / 1333MHz (2048 x 1 pc)(2 UDIMM),expandable up to 16GB
500GB 7200RPM SATA
HP SuperMulti DVD Drive
Intel® H61 PCH Chipset
 Intel HD Graphics
High Definition 5.1 channel Audio Support
On-board 10/100Mbps Ethernet Support
HP 6-in-1 USB Media Card Reader (BU)
2xUSB2.0, Headphone/Mic Front I/O
4 USB 2.0
HP USB Standard Value Keyboard + USB Optical Mouse
1 year Parts & Labour (onsite) limited warranty with up-and-running phone support for first 30 days Other than memory slots, this computer has no capacity to be upgraded.

HP Pavilion p2-1121l Desktop PC Product Specifications - c03190307 - HP Business Support Center

Second Generation Pentium Dual core Intel processor looks very generic, with an extremely plain interior. It's dead quiet with its External 90W (100V-240V) Power Adapter. No interior power supply that is to say. No need as there are no expansion slots for neither Hard Disk nor Graphic card etc. ( No free SATA ports,)
No 3D games, as there are no available expansion slots to add a graphic card, and the processor's integrated Intel HD Graphics won't get you very far. We were able to play HD video and a game of Plants vs. Zombies & Magic Ball 
There are VGA and HDMI outputs, so you can have a pair of monitors if you prefer a dual-headed desktop. Motherboard supports Core i3-2100T (Sandy Bridge) dual core processor upgrade.

 This little  PC will do well in at home& built for business too, thanks to its powerful processor.



External related links:-
Maximum PC | The Pros and Cons of 64-bit Windows 7
Why You Should Go 64-Bit With Windows 7

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Steve Gibson said...

A very good configuration for HP pc. You can get online remote hp support for your problems.

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