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System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavilion dv6-2020ev OS Ubuntu 12.10 CPU Intel Core i7 720QM Motherboard Its a HP secret... Memory 4GB RAM Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce 230M Sound Card IDT Screen Resolution 1366x768
Help Reading CBS.Log Not quite sure what forum this problem should go in, so I'm putting it here in general I guess.
So long story (Skip to bottom for actual current question). I downloaded Final Fantasy VII off steam and tried to play it. The game repeatedly crashed without error message. I tried to skip the...
Reading a old HD Have a old HD I want to read. Need to get the pictures off of it. It is SATA. Pluggged it into my pc, after disconnecting my main HD, but it asks to boot from CD/ROM. I don't have a cd for that HD. What can I do to successfully read it? Thanks.
Hardware & Devices
Some useful reading here I don't know if it's allowable but I get these newsletters from ZNet and this one caught my eye as I am interested in security stuff. Some of the links within the newsletter are also eye openers:shock:
Breached security vendors' response should focus on customers - ZDNet Asia News
Dir CMD not reading as it did Hey there,
Im having problems running a programically generated BAT file that used to work fine on the VISTA platform. The command I am running is:
"Dir E:\VB Project\SearchForFiles /S/B | FindStr /L/I /C:"form" > D:\Search.Txt"
This as I say worked fine under VISTA.
not reading DVD I burned the windows 7 iso image onto DVD using Nero and the image looks good, installed it in a virtual machine on my linux laptop. When I go to load the same DVD on my old AMD semperon (2.0mhz)system (2.0gig of mem, 160 gig HD), it will not read the DVD. I made another image and still the same...
Installation & Setup
CPU reading? Hi
My CPU meter (the gadet from the desktop) is showing that the minimum amount of RAM is always above 30%. It doesn't go particularly higher than this when I run lots of programs - is this OK? I am a complete novice to this and any comments are greatefully appreciated.