07-24-2011 06:36 PM
whenever I start my computer, the hp quickweb page appears and adds 15-30 seconds to my startup time. How can I disble this feature
07-24-2011 10:31 PM
Shutdown your Notebook completely and once you Power ON the Notebook, Keep Pressing F10 key repeatedly to load BIOS screen on your Notebook.
In BIOS screen, navigate to System Configuration(on top) and then you would find Boot options. Under Boot Options there would be an option to Enable/Disable Quickweb
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11-02-2011 12:46 PM
I was able to start Quickweb on my DV4T-2100. I turned on the computer and was cleaning the keys and it activated QuickWeb. What key (or key combinations) activate QuickWeb?
03-02-2012 03:26 AM
How to assign the quick web button to start computer normally. The power button key is giving some problems.
03-07-2012 08:21 AM
I have completly reinstalled win7 ult 64, and the hp startup has come up with SMART hard disk error. How do I remove this from my laptop? There seem to be no references left to it that i can see... i.e. msconfig, bios etc.
08-05-2012 09:18 PM
Press key(F5) on keyboard which has Globe symbol(HP Pavilion dm1z-3200 CTO Entertainment) to disable Hp Quick web on startup
11-21-2013 10:47 AM
I understand you just need to know whether or not you can remove HP Quickweb? If so the answer is yes you can remove it as you would any program just uninstall it. The function of being able to access the web without booting your operating system would no longer be there if you do though. As well please ensure that you still have your recovery partition HP_Tools as if you ever need to reinstall it that may be the only place you can find the version you will need.
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11-21-2013 10:51 AM
There is no trace of it in the OS. I removed it a long time ago. This is obviously at boot level. No trace in the bios either like some articles say.