Quickplay does boot the computer though it is supposed to be to a customized Linux O/S that will typically ask for a CD or DVD to be put in to play. Booting into Linux can still take a few seconds thought as there stuff to load into RAM.
I have a dv4000 model and my Quickplay works fine.
hey there. Thanks for reading this thread.
I would to ask u ppl out there who use HP pavilion notebooks which have the QuickPlay function.I'm currently using a dv9000 series model.
And I was confused as when I pressed the QuickPlay button when the computer is off, the computer starts up and boots into windows with all startup programs fully loaded in which then the QuickPlay program launches. Correct me if Im wrong but isn't QuickPlay supposed to be able to play media files(mp3 and etc) without starting up the computer fully?
Is there a way to bypass the long startup wait?
thanks for any replies ^_^