One processor is working on a CPU dual core.
I installed a new pair of bars of memory a few days I've been troubled havining of memory. Everything seemed fine for 2-3 days and then the laptop started running very slowly. I thought I'd launched a test of memory in Windows 7, is it on 2 pass test, so I started it again. Then the laptop is dead and when I rebooted (I noticed it was hot, so I left it 10 minutes) he said that he had closed the temp was at 90 C.
I had already tried to vacuum clean dust as I could, unfortunately, the processor and the fan is not accessible, so I ordered the compressed air and a computer laptop cooling tray.
Then I discovered that I have only 1 core of a double cpu work. Setting up operational Mamager didn't show a graph (should be one for each carrot?). I looked in Device Manager and saw the two entrances to mobile M620 AMD Turion 11 Ultra Dual Core processor. I then looked in msconfig \boot\advanced and which shows that I have cpu even using the drop-down list. So what explains the slow system.
Is it possible to get windows to see the two hearts, and if so, how can I do? I found a thread that says to d/l Easy BCD, but I couldn't see the option "Limit Windows to '0' (leave 0 to reset). Another person removed from the processor in Device Manager, but I don't know if it's OK to do so.
Having just reinstalled windows because of a corrupted registry is depressed me! I am considering buying a new laptop (on here 4 years), but this means that Windows 8!
Thanks a lot for your suggestions.
Everything has been fine since I was two hearts to work. I bought a laptop cooling tray and the temp got above 66 with a heavy workload.
so everything is good right now.
Looking to buy Apple MacBook Air 13.3 inch notebook computer MD760LL/B, processor 1.4 GHz Intel i5 Dual Core. I want to learn coding app and cannot on my old Apple computer presents. How life can I expect from this unless it becomes obsolete?
It is an MBA from 2013. Apple currently supports the MBAS in the middle of the year 2008 and newer. Draw your own conclusions.
New software that comes on the market will determine whether or not the MBA will become "obsolete". Your crystal ball is as good as mine in this regard.
Looking to upgrade my Inspiron 530 (0RY007 mobo) to E8600 (E0 stepping) to run a sweet little dual-core as long as possible (other mods are already underway). I've seen some posts around here like this - http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/p/19333906/19702557.aspx - saying an E8500 with E0 stepping will work on BIOS version 1.0.15 and later, but just trying to confirm the e8600 (E0 stepping) BIOS v 1.0.16 working before we get into a situation of having to return one with the explanation that I was not sure it would work in my particular application. I have never seen someone post back as the E0 stepping actually works (and what BIOS they run, because I don't want to 'upgrade' to 1.0.16 to 1.0.18 due to problems of DVI at 1.0.18). Thanks in advance.
The relevant facts (for mods, see my signature below):
Motherboard: 0RY007 (530 variant with flexible connection, no a/b/c/d version)
CPU: 2.0 GHz E2180 Pentium dual-core
BIOS: 1.0.16 (not interested in version 1.0.18 due to problems with DVI connectivity)
This works. After the Dell forums and Googling the whole web to research and finding no confirmation that the Intel Core 2 Duo E8600 would work in a Dell Inspiron 530 early vintage, I decided to take a chance and try it myself.
I use the BIOS.15 (not the derniere.18 version available on the Dell website) and the E8600 started very well and (Windows Vista 32 bit) reports that it is the Core 2 Duo E8600 and runs at 3.33 GHz specified. Sweet! Using the stock power supply and processor heat sink / fan Assembly.
OK, so, basically, it all started when I got to Mass Effect 2, installed and tried to play. It froze on the screen to load several times if long story short, this is a problem, as the game was with a cpu core. I have a dual core (Intel (r) Core (TM) 2 Duo CPU E8400 @3.00 GHz). After a few tweaks in run-> msconfig-> boot-> advanced options, I realized that it only recognizes the base. I rebooted with detect HAL checked and it has not helped. I used a program called CPU - Z to look at my system specs and it detects only a kernel. Essentially, if my CPU is fried, is there a problem with my bios, or is there a problem with vista?
The problem could be the motherboard, power supply (rare), chipsets and other hardware
problems in addition to the processor itself. A real computer store can use other diagnostics and swap
parts and out to find and solve the problem. If you just bought a new processor, you might get lucky
or it could be worse, and what problem you have also destroyed another.
If the machine is worth fixing, then I would do it properly. Otherwise buy a new computer and recovery
what you can of the former. A motherboard if possible UPGRADE and a PROCESSOR UPGRADE
can be a smart move depending on the age of the system and the State.
Smart money is on a computer store, although sometimes they are simple corrections like a rider
However, you cannot really expect that.
We hope you sort.
Rob - bicycle - Mark Twain said it is good.
Hi, I am currently using a dual core 6850 and I think to buy a quad core. I have a 500W PSU as a spare.
Can I replace the CPU on a Quad Core without changing the cooling system?heinflhs
This power supply is ATX and not EPS12V
Better is not the issue. Dell power supplys 80% efficient are not 70% ATX. The - 5v rail is a question too although it may cause a fire from the motherboard or damage your system. Its a dead giveaway that this is a power ensure between 1990 and 2000.
This current is on track is not negligible. There is a single 12V RAIL on that unit and its maximum is 17A
EPS 12V units have multiple @ 18 amps 12V rails each. MAX Power on 12V rails is 264w not 204w
This unit has much more on the 5V and 3.3V rails at the expense of the independent 12V rails and CPU 4 pin. So not this emergency equipment is not likely to work well or not at all.
Recommended update or replacement is EVGA 750B 1
I am little confused here, seeking your help guys
What is the difference b/w 1.8 GHZ & 2 GHZ Dual Core Processor?
In fact, I'm looking to buy 6 s IPHONE 64 GB here in Dubai, but I found above mention question in 2 different stores.
2 ghz is cheaper than 1.8, 2 separate processors by APPLE in 6s?
need your help.
The iPhone 6 s uses an Apple A9 64-bit processor. Apple does not release the specs on the clock speed in their tech specs. A reseller of Authourized Apple will sell iPhone 6s at a price for each model, based on the storage. A dealer will Apple NOT sell iPhones in the same series model at different prices, they fix, by features they make up on the spot like that.
I can assume only you're shopping to unauthorized resllers, in which case there is no verifiable way to know what they are selling or how they came by it. They can also tell to do whatever they want and you gouge for whatever price they can get from you.
Search the site of the store Apple UAE UNITED and you will see that Apple prices all series of iPhone at a different price for each option of storage model. There is not many price for a model of iPhone data.
I just bought Lightroom & Photoshop CC to complete my new Mac Mini. I thought that the specification above would be more than enough for Lightroom flowing normally - given my dual core 2012 MBP 2.5 GHz 16 GB ran Lightroom CC without any problem. However, I'm having a time torrid so far. Everything is extremely slow. Even when simply activate the lines of the grid, I'll have to wait 3-4 seconds for a response. Brushing is a nightmare as well.
I tried to disable the GPU option, but it has improved things slightly. Perform light tasks is still up 200% of my CPU.
Anyone know what I can do about it?
During brushing, you have turned on automatic mask? Automatic mask is very convenient when you brush next to an edge, but it won't slow the brushing process considerably. Turn each time that it is not necessary for editing you do.
I have several dual socket, dual-core PE2950s running ESXi 3.5. I started to migrate to ESXi 4 on a Dell R900, wall 6-hearts. I have only one application (InDesign Server) under Win2003 which is licensed per CPU; on the PE2950s, when I assigned 4 virtual CPUs, the app saw 2 physical and logical 4 processors. This allowed the program to run, he's looking for "2 CPUs" and I'm assuming that he studied the logical number of CPUS, but he treated 4 concurrent threads, one on each core (this is how it is supposed to work). However, when I moved the virtual machine to the R900 and awarded 4 vCPUs, she saw 4 logic and physics 4, and the app has refused to run. I can assign 2 vCPUs, but then it will try to launch the 2 threads by heart, to me give only half the speed.
So the question is, can I have the VM guest to see a CPU "dual core"? If I assign 2 dual-core processors, it would solve my problem. Thank you!
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I have a processor;
Dual‑core 1.6 GHz Intel Core i5 (tot Turbo Boost 2.7 GHz)
How can I use the turbo boost for a game?
Although I don't really recommend it, you can use the application as described in http://osxdaily.com/2016/07/13/disable-enable-turbo-boost-mac/ . Your iMac i5 should support it.
Ayer, con commenting a colega amendments came una duda:
The comentaba when the CPU back asignas the thrown a una Máquina virtual lo hace VMWare in reality are asignarle back CARROTS. ES decir, the virtual VMWARE 4 CPU por Máquina limitacion in reality are 4 Cores. El said that no unless asignabas una CPU is the asignas don't con los hearts as tenga the CPU.
Alguien sabe realmente than asigna VMWare, o CPU CORE?
Saludos thanks por adelantado.
VMkernel El chequea cada 20ms processes as mimi in los fisicos hearts y los migra an otro core so are necessary, are decir, una MV back vCPUs en una Máquina con con back CPU (dual Core) is ejecutara in all the corresponding VMkernel el y el proceso cada 20ms movera in aquel core than tiene el menor uso. Not however are posible hacer uso of the capabilities of "affinity" y mapear una VM con back vCPUS fisicos carrots back also - esto declared the capabilities of VMotion.
MI consejo are pruebes primero con una vCPU en you MV is tomes United Nations base led performance. Luego reviews otra vCPU al the MV y el mismo runs test are compared results. This can be Québec el performance sea el mismo!
Jose Maria Gonzalez,
Will Firefox run on dual-core AMD E1-2500 (1.4 GHz) CPU
I do not know. According to a page that I saw, it supports SSE2, which is listed in the minimum requirements: https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/40.0/system-requirements/
Are you interested in giving it a try to see if it works?
An Intel Pentium Dual-Core E2180 processor will work if it is installed in a desktop Pavilion a1102n?
No, it won't.
The best you can do in this computer is a Pentium 4-650.
Photoshop Elements 10 will work on an iMac with an Intel Dual Core processor?
Yes. See the data sheet for more details.
- Multicore Intel® processor
- Mac OS X v10.5.8 to v10.7
- 1 GB of RAM (2 GB for HD video functions)
- 4 GB of free space (additional space required during installation)
- display resolution 1024 x 768
- DVD-ROM drive
- QuickTime 7 software required for multimedia features
- Internet connection required for Internet-based services *.
This is my basic system:
Toshiba Satellite Pro A120-223
Processor: Intel Pentium Dual Core T2060 1.6 GHz
RAM: 4 GB, recently updated ;-)
FSB: 533 MHz
Is it possible to upgrade my processor? If so, what CPU Intel can I go to? I know that my FSB will limit my options, but it is anyway for everyone... ? AI? m a student of the company in order to process the major statistical software packages; I'm also doing multimedia work for my presentations; I realized that my current processor in this regard runs ok in the intense calculations, but I was expecting something better and more stable? ¦
If there is a way to upgrade my processor, ja? m wanting to do, but if not, then I should just settle for this one.
Thank you all for your help, I look forward to reading all your messages.
Maybe you should read this section that relates to your question:
The statement in this thread is simply: it s is not possible.
Check it out.
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So if I have a Windows7 Home Premium 64 - bit operating system and I use a processor dual core (Intel Dual Core e5300 CPU) are fully compatible or how they work together, given the fact that Windows 7 recognizes that one of the two processors? Playback of the system is expressed in the fact that it has two current processors. Both processors work simultaneously to form a combined data stream is a dormant or they turn on and off opposing to another so that each works half the time? Many scenarios as possible, but I would like to know... the real answer as to what needs to be changed eventually to bring together a system more fluid? My main question is the operating system and the processor may be an incompatibility problem that has not yet been addressed? I can't find any answer in the Center Compatabiity of Windows 7 or anywhere else. Or is the limitation of windows 7 Home Premium and only be able to support an unfounded processor see the fact that there are many systems that are in work today with these components. ?
If your system has two separate physical processors (not hearts) and you are running Windows 7 Home Premium, the second processor is completely ignored. It turns on and turn his fans, but it does not all rights for the computer. Windows 7 Home Premium will not take advantage of a single processor.
However, if you have a single physical processor with multiple cores, Windows 7 64-bit will benefit from up to 256 cores. It is very probably the type of machine that you have because it is quite rare to have multiple processors co-location in a workstation computer.
In this scenario, Windows will use two cores for separate tasks. Applications will be evenly distributed between the carrots, unless the application has been written to take advantage of multiple cores. The two hearts are turned on and both are used when the system is running.
You can check if Windows has recognized the two hearts looking Manager of the tasks of your system:
- Open the Task Manager by right-clicking the taskbar, and then click Start Task Manager.
- Click the performance tab.
The top two graphs show how much CPU is used, as well at the moment and for a few minutes. If the CPU usage history graph seems shared, your computer has multiple processors, a single dual-core CPU or both.
Windows 7 system requirements also go in a little more detail on how many windows cores/processors can take in charge:
Hope this helps to answer your question!
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