rnsa 20:05 06 Jun 10

I'm trying to re-install my HP printer but each time the software tells me to plug in to a USB, my screen blacks-out and will not re-boot unless I unplug. HP support tried to help with various suggestions but all resulted in failure. Eventually they said that I should contact the manufacturer and have the chipset(whatever that is) updated. Trouble is nobody seems to know who the manufacturer is---including PC World where I bought the computer. It's an E-System
Please can some kind soul help ?

  Technotiger 21:14 06 Jun 10

Chip set ... click here

Chip set would be something like Intel or AMD,if you download/install any of the PCWizard programs (via Google), then you will see a window like this ... notice Chip Set ...

click here

  woodchip 21:24 06 Jun 10

It may just need Motherboard Drivers updating

  rnsa 19:37 07 Jun 10

Hello both,
Thank you for your interest in my problem. As an 82 year old with little or no IT experience, i'm afraid I am more than a little out of my depth. I suppose I asked the question thinking I might get a response which would be simple. Chipsets and motherboards are over my head. I shall have to get somebody in to fix it.
Thank you both however for taking time to try and help.

  Jollyjohn 19:54 07 Jun 10

Have a look in the ads in your local paper and or local shops for a computer repair person. Ask their charges and do they offer "no fix no fee"?
I would reckon about one hour to sort this unless there is a problem with the actual hardware.
Good luck

  rnsa 20:04 07 Jun 10

Hello Jollyjohn,
Thank for both your suggestion and your good wishes which were particularly valued.

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