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Where can I find the User Manual and other documentation for HP Pavilion a307x?  Thanks.

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Hi,

 

There are dozens of manuals (could be over 100) for your machine on the following link

 

    http://h20565.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/public/psi/manualsResults?sp4ts.oid=362557&ac.admitted=14...

 

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"There are dozens of manuals (could be over 100) for your machine on the following link"

 

Seemingly not.  I've looked through those, and I don't see that any of those pertain to the a307x.  

 

Maybe I've missed something, but I really don't know why you would state that.

 

 

 

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Hi,

 

All HP Pavilion a3nna machines (where nn = 00 to 99 and  a = a to z) share same set of manuals. a307x is a member of the a300 family.

 

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@MIPShog,

@banhien is correct about the 300 series family association.  Is there a specific question about this circa 2003 Windows XP (Specs) based antique?

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@banhien is correct about the 300 series family association.  Is there a specific question about this circa 2003 Windows XP (Specs) based antique?


I don't need you insulting me or the computer that I have found a use for.

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I find that the motherboard in the a307x is an MSI MS-6577, for which the documentation can be found elsewhere.

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