Employee Support Website

In January 2018, in cooperation with various government regulatory agencies, HP announced a worldwide voluntary safety recall and replacement program for certain notebook computer and mobile workstation batteries. These batteries have the potential to overheat, posing a fire and burn hazard to customers. For this reason, it is extremely important to check whether your battery is affected.

No District purchased HP laptops fall under this recall. If you own one of the HP models listed, please use the following link to find a test utility and more information about the recall and devices affected.

Batteries affected by this program were shipped with the following system from December 2015 through December 2017:

  • HP 11 Notebook PC (Not Chromebook 11)
  • HP ProBook 640 G2 & G3
  • HP ProBook 645 G2 & G3
  • HP ProBook 650 G2 & G3
  • HP ProBook 655 G2 & G3
  • HP ZBook 17 G3 & G4
  • HP ZBook Studio G3
  • HP x360 310 G2
  • HP Pavilion x360
  • HP ENVY m6

The serial numbers of products shipped with potentially affected batteries fall within this numerical range: xxx550xxxx – xxx750xxxx

0 Shares

On Friday evening, Governor Herbert announced guidelines for everyone to stay home as much as...

If you work with teens, an upcoming Health Summit is open to any one that works with teens and...

Planting season is approaching fast! Vegetables taste so much better when you pick them straight...

The Teaching and Learning Department is hosting a "Mission To Mars" workshop with Dr Shumway on...

This workshop is open to third and fifth grade teachers It will be held at Grandview on Saturday,...

"Why are fish so smart" "Because they live in schools!" No, I have a better one… "What did the...

Did you complete the second quarter activity challenge The Pacific Crest Team Challenge ended March...

As part of the district's Early Literacy Plan, Dr Jan Dole and Dr Kerry Herman will be conducting...

The students at East Bay Post High have been hard at work making upcoming holiday gifts and home...