HP Chromebook N1C10UA#ABA Laptop Setup Guidance
Chromebook N1C10UA#ABA Specs
HP Chromebook N1C10Ua#ABA model comes with a blazingly fast Intel processor which can run most of the applications smoothly and supports multitasking. It has a long-standing Lithium-ion battery and a 2GB DDR3L RAM that can provide you with flawless performance. It is compact, easily portable and is highly secure thanks to Chrome OS. Some of the HP Chromebook 11-2210nr specs N1C10UA#ABA are listed below.
- Intel Celeron N2840 / 2.16 GHz
- Google Chrome Operating System
- 3-cell Li-ion 36Wh capacity battery
- 16GB eMMC storage
Tech – Specifications
It is powered by 2 GB DDR3L SDRAM which can suffice for most multitasking users.
It has the Intel Celeron N2840 processor which is clocked at a speed of 2.16 GHz.
It has a 3-cell Lithium-ion battery which has a capacity of 36 Wh.
11.6-inch diagonal WLED HD anti-glare backlight display with a resolution of 1366*768.
Driver Configuration Support
Click on the Driver button below. It will let you download the drivers that are required for your HP Chromebook N1C10UA#ABA model. Drivers are essential for the proper coordination of the hardware components with the Operating System of your Chromebook. Hence download and install the drivers on your Chromebook. Without these drivers, you won’t be able to use your device properly.
The Manual button provided below will let you download the user manual for the HP Chromebook N1C10UA#ABA model. It contains precise and clear instructions on how to set up your laptop and use it flawlessly, and also contains some of the troubleshooting techniques for certain common issues that users might face while using this Chromebook model. Go through the user manual carefully to know more about the HP Chromebook 11-2210nr specs N1C10UA#ABA. It also contains pictorial representations for your easy understanding. Read the manual carefully.
Related Top issues – Chromebook N1C10UA#ABA
Chromebook won’t Turn on
There are certain cases where your HP Chromebook won’t turn on. It might be because of various reasons. The first step to troubleshoot this issue is to disconnect all the externally connected devices such as USB drives and Hard disks. Try to turn on your device now. If it turns on, then reconnect the peripherals one by one to find out the one which is causing this error. If it still doesn’t turn on, and you receive a message stating “Chrome OS is missing or damaged”, then you can resolve it by doing a System Recovery.
If the device doesn’t turn on and no noise or lights are seen, then check the AC adapter and battery for issues. If the device turns on and the LED lights are blinking, but the display remains blank, then perform a hard reboot to resolve this issue. Turn off the device, remove the AC adapter and battery, hold down the power button for 7 seconds, reconnect AC adapter and turn it on. If it is still not resolved, then your only option is System Recovery.
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Adjusting Touchpad and Keyboard Settings on Your HP Chromebook (Chrome OS)
You can change the way your touchpad and keyboard work by accessing their settings. You can access the settings by clicking on the status area of your taskbar and clicking on the Settings button. In the settings window that opens, you can adjust many settings such as the mouse pointer speed, tap-to-click option on your touchpad, touchscreen scrolling gestures and also the behavior of the keys on your Chromebook keyboard.
Performing a System Recovery (Chrome OS)
To perform the system recovery on your HP Chromebook 11-2210nr N1C10UA#ABA, you need a USB flash drive, internet connection on your HP Chromebook and an uninterrupted power supply. You have to download and install the HP Chromebook Recovery Utility from the Chrome Web store. Then run the app, select your Chromebook model, insert the USB flash drive, and create the Recovery media using the onscreen prompts. When the Chrome OS is missing screen is displayed, you can start the recovery process by inserting the Recovery media into the Chromebook.
HP Product Recycling
HP keeps Environmental issues at their highest priority. From the materials they use for packaging their products for delivery, it provides recycling option for various accessories such as the ink cartridges and so on. Their main focus includes energy efficiency, materials innovations and design for recyclability. Make sure that you erase all the data on your Chromebook before you ship it for recycling or donating.
Using Google Admin and HP Print for Chrome
On Chrome OS, you can manage the printing job of a group of members with the help of HP Print for Chrome through the Google Admin console. It lets IT administrators to manage the users and printers. To access HP Print for Chrome, you must an admin. The admin can set various policies like color printing, mandatory duplex printing, USB printing, data collection and many more. The admin can create their own policy configuration files with their own set of policies.
Powerwash: Performing a Factory Reset on Your HP Chromebook or Chromebox (Chrome OS)
- Before you perform a factory reset on your HP Chromebook, make sure that you have updated the Operating System. Automatic update download is available by default on the HP Chromebook. But you need to turn on your Chromebook and connect it to a wifi for it to update.
- You can reset the browser settings in Chrome easily without deleting any of the local files. You might want to reset browser if any extension or app that you have installed has changed the settings on your browser.
- Resetting your Chromebook completely will erase all your local files on your HP Chromebook. It will set your Chromebook back to the original factory settings.
- Click on your account photo once you have signed into your Chromebook and go to Settings > Advanced > Powerwash. Click Restart and sign in again. Follow the onscreen prompts and set up your Chromebook again after it has been reset.
Troubleshooting Hardware Issues Using Diagnostics
Download the Hardware Diagnostics tool from the manufacturer’s website. You can use this tool to scan for any issues on the hardware components of your Chromebook. You can choose between the Fast test (4 minutes) and the Extensive test (2 hours or more). Once you click on the Run button, it will start scanning and display if there are any errors along with a 24-digit failure ID. This ID is also available in the Test Logs. Contact your manufacturer and get the issue resolved with the help of the failure ID.