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From the crest of Olivet... by E Bmums
"From the crest of Olivet, Jesus looked upon Jerusalem. Fair and peaceful was the scene spread out before Him. It was the season of the Passover, and from all lands the children of Jacob had gathered there to celebrate the great national festival. In the midst of gardens and vineyards, and...
April 28th 12 11:13 PM
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Disappointing upgrade: Sempron 2200+ -- Phenom II 4X 840 by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
On 05/01/2012 4:10 PM, SC Tom wrote: "DK" wrote in message ... In article , Paul wrote: This CPU driver is for WinXP. I would expect Vista or Win7 to already have...
January 12th 12 12:41 AM
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Laptop battery no longer gets charged by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
I got an older model laptop running XP, it's a Gateway MX6440, which is about 6 or 7 years old now. I keep it around to run older software which may not have been ported to Windows 7. Just recently I noticed that it's no longer charging its battery. The battery is just over 1 year old, and it...
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November 19th 11 11:14 AM
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doscall1 by Jonathan de Boyne Pollard
maybe he can successfully shed some more light on this subject. Here are some more basics, just so that we're all on the same page: * In theory one can have multiple I/O APICs in a system. In practice, on the sorts of systems we're talking about here, there's only going to be one. It lives...
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September 5th 11 05:59 PM
by Lars Erdmann Go to last post
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Enabling SMP by Jonathan de Boyne Pollard
My machine is NOT configured to support ACPI, however, setting my BIOS to ACPI enabled and using MPS map 1.4 seems to produce an otherwise pretty darn stable system. So you have ACPI disabled even though having it enabled is more stable? The last time around, M. Piatkowski said APIC,...
August 15th 11 10:47 PM
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timers by Jonathan de Boyne Pollard
BTW, I think ACPI offers an additional timer that could be used for this purpose.At least Windows seems to go this route in it's implemenation of the DosTmrXXX equivalents. It's not ACPI. It's the hardware. There are three major "timer" interrupt sources in a modern PC machine: channel #0...
August 9th 11 01:21 PM
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FF and SM with Native Printing Support by Jonathan de Boyne Pollard
3) the BIOS allows me to select APIC & IOAPIC, both are selected, even though I do not run ACPI It's easy to confuse ACPI with APIC, but the twain are quite different things. Enabling local APICs and I/O APICs is what one wants with an SMP operating system. (Strictly speaking, if one...
July 28th 11 03:01 PM
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IBM Microprocessors to Power the New Wii U System from Nintendo by parallax-scroll
IBM Microprocessors to Power the New Wii U System from Nintendo ARMONK, N.Y., June 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that it will provide the microprocessors that will serve as the heart of the new Wii U system from Nintendo. Unveiled today at the E3 trade show, Nintendo...
June 7th 11 11:04 PM
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ACPI FIXVW2 4-20-2011 a regression? by Jonathan de Boyne Pollard
/APIC doesn't work at all without /SMP on same line. It is just ignored without it. Are you sure of this statement? I thought that /APIC vs /PIC had to do with how interrupts are routed and that /APIC only makes sense on mother boards that support the more up-to-date interrupt...
April 24th 11 03:19 PM
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"The ROM PCI IRQ routing table appears to be faulty!!" by Jonathan de Boyne Pollard
ROM PCI IRQ routing table Tests.... ROM IRQ routing table found at F000h:2B20h Table Version 1.0 - OK Table size 240 bytes - OK Table Checksum 84h - OK PCI Interrupt Router: 82801BA LPC Interface (ICH2 B4 step) IRQ's dedicated to PCI : None Error: connectivity...
April 24th 11 03:14 PM
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A limit on number of USB hubs in Windows 7? by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
I've got three 4-port hubs on my system. From time to time after a reboot, some of them don't enumerate properly, and you have to unplug and replug them. Is there some way in software to get Windows to rescan them? Of course that won't do any good if the USB hub that your mouse and keyboard are...
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April 14th 11 09:01 AM
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Realtek onboard LAN doesn't work above 10 Mbps by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
Issue affects Windows 7, Windows XP, and Ubuntu Linux. As of yesterday, my onboard Realtek Gigabit Ethernet NIC stopped working fully. It's a "Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller", model RTL8167. It was the NIC built into the motherboard of my PC, which is an ASUS M4A785-M. Initially, it wasn't...
December 31st 10 02:54 PM
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ATIeRecord EEU Error Event in Windows 7? by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
I've recently noticed a whole bunch of error events in my event log having to do with something called the ATIeRecord. There are 3 different eventid's associated with this source. The log entries usually are of the form: Source: ATIeRecord EventID: 16386/16388/16391 Level: Error Category: EEU
December 25th 10 07:58 PM
by Frank Go to last post
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AMD kills off ATI brandname, finally by Tony Harding[_5_]
On 09/15/10 00:35, wrote: On Mon, 30 Aug 2010 16:03:41 -0400, Yousuf wrote: snip You mean like GM with all of its brand names that have had to be hatcheted down? Goodbye Oldsmobile, so long Pontiac, never knew ya Saturn,...
December 3rd 10 11:39 AM
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AMD heat sink paste = glue? [****s me to tears] by Lee Waun
"Anne Onime" wrote in message ... I am involved in recycling PCs for charity. Many times I have come across an Athlon (and also with the K6 a while back) that was stuck to the heat sink. Since the heat sink covers the ZIF...
October 10th 10 09:27 PM
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Cell Processor Development Hasn't Stalled, IBM CTO Says, Working OnNext-Gen Consoles by parallax-scroll
Development around the original Cell processor hasn't stalled and IBM will continue to develop chips and supply hardware for future gaming consoles, a company executive said. IBM is working with gaming machine vendors including Nintendo and Sony, said Jai Menon, CTO of IBM's Systems and Technology...
October 10th 10 03:26 PM
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775 mutton dressed up as 478 lamb? by Orson Cart
I was sorting through my junk box, and noticed one the Pentium 4 CPUs had on it 2M cache. I thought this must be the last of the socket 478 line, so looked ut up at Intel website. It is spec SL7Z9. However, their webpage says is LGA775. I know there were a few models that were issued in both 478...
October 2nd 10 03:47 AM
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Will memory with higher strobe latency slow my system ? by Dave WB3DWE
Have Dell Precision 390 with 2 GB DDR2-532 ECC memory in two modules, 266 MHz, CAS 4-4-4-12 per Memtest86+. This is a strobe latency of 4 cycles. Want to add two 1 GB modules to bring up to 4 GB. The closest Crucial has is DDR2-667 with strobe latency of 5 cycles. According to a chart the...
September 24th 10 09:15 PM
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AMD kills off ATI brandname, finally by Joe Pfeiffer
Trent .****off writes: On Tue, 14 Sep 2010 21:39:40 -0600 Joe Pfeiffer wrote in Message id: : No, you can thank GM for turning Pontiac into a brand that meant "plastic body crap" And boy did they...
September 15th 10 03:29 PM
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Intel's agreement with the FTC by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
http://download.intel.com/pressroom/legal/ftc/FTC_Final_Executed_Agreement.pdf *** So far, I've read that Intel-FTC agreement requires: (1) Intel will allow competitors to use any foundry they like. (2) Intel will not sue a competitor for a year, if that competitor gets sold to a third party,...
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August 31st 10 04:24 PM
by Sebastian Kaliszewski[_5_] Go to last post
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