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Computer motherboard Architecture change

Q: Computer motherboard Architecture change

Being that CPU are getting faster by the pico second what do you see the future will bring to the present motherboard architecture?
Do you see a totally new design or types of motherboards?
Do you see using different materials for electrical tracing?
Do you think we have maxed out the present motherboards speed?
Do you see home computers in closets & wireless remotes all over your house?

These are just a few burning questions I have...
What are your thoughts about what will happen in the next 5 or more years?

Iggy in the cool part of Arizona....

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A: Computer motherboard Architecture change

Quote:
Do you see a totally new design or types of motherboards?
Do you see using different materials for electrical tracing?
Do you think we have maxed out the present motherboards speed?
Do you see home computers in closets & wireless remotes all over your house?


I think the ATX standard will be around for some time so I don't see new design or types of motherboards. But I do see where many of today's PC users will get rid of their computer and move solely to their smart phones.

Different materials? No. Tracings? Fiber is already being tested so maybe some boards may go light for the buses.

Maxed out speeds? No.

Computers in closets? Already there. Many new homes come pre-wired and use a server for streaming music, video, and data.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/52495-computer-motherboard-architecture-change.html
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A:motherboard cpu architecture mystery

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A:What ver of 8.1 do I need if I want to change architecture

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A:can I change my motherboard

James, Yes it is most likely possible to change your motherboard out BUT. It does require a bit of technical knowhow as the memory and the cpu will have to be moved to the new motherboard and moving the cpu and cooler is not for the faint of heart. Unless your young and have steady hands and good eyes. It can get sticky uninstalling and moving the cpu to the new motherboad. Damn those pins on the cpu are small

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Good luck and may the force be with you

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A:motherboard change what should i do?

Ti.boneair said:

hey yall, i have a question for you......

i have recently had the GA-8IPE1000 (2.0) Intel 865PE chipset and something has gone wrong to force me to get a new mobo.
so i have some questions of to what i should get.... i need socket 478 motherboard and i have been looking at these in particular

ASUS p4p800-se
ASUS p4p800-e
or getting the same mobo. b/c i heard that it is a pain in the A** to reinstall al the drivers on the new mobo.....

any suggestions?Click to expand...

same mobo is the easiest route, if you get a different one chances are a fresh format and install of your os and everything else.
 

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A:Motherboard change help!!!

What's your budget?

I think the answers will largely depend on how much money you want to put into this project.

If you are looking for a graphics upgrade and you are replacing your mobo consider moving to a board with PCI-Express graphics. That would give you a longer life to your investment and the graphics boost is nice indeed. Of course, if you go that far you are probably looking at a new processor and memory as well.

Also, what size power supply do you currently have? Newer graphics cards need more power and most stock computers don't supply much of that.

- Bob
 

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A:Do i Need to change my Motherboard?

Short answer: It depends.

Graphics card memory and PC memory are two separate things.


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A:Change motherboard on Vista

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A:Can I change my CPU without buying a new motherboard?

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A:BSOD After Motherboard Change

  
Quote: Originally Posted by giaviv


Hey guys,

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A:can i change the layout of my pc's motherboard?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by nabob


hey guys,

so, the pc that i have is this one: HP Pavilion Elite HPE-235f Desktop PC Product Specifications | HP? Support. Now, the motherboard recently died on it, so i was considering replacing it with this board instead: MSI 890GXM-G65 AM3 AMD 890GX 5 x SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard - Newegg.com

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A:Change motherboard without reinstall Win 7 x64

  
Quote: Originally Posted by nabilalk


Hey all,

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Activate Windows 7 by Phone

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A:Performance issues after motherboard change

For a start why are you using an RC Build, 7100, its well out of date.
It should be Version 6.1 (7600)

Look at my specs

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I have just put in a new motherboard and processor and now my Windows 10 states that it is no longer active. I have tried the trouble shooter and it errors out.

A:Had to change out Motherboard and not windows will not activate

I had a similar problem and what I had to do was contact. The PC manufacturer and get the installation disk for Windows sent to me, it was about $29. HP has one for every serial number that they have sold. I imagine the other manufacturers do as well.

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trying to get past the bios password so far i have tried the steps above with no success . Thank You for you previous help and future help if you can.

A:had to change motherboard and the replacement has a password...

Hi, The machine has a InsydeH20 bios, so at the password screen, hit enter 3 times and you should receive a 'halt code' - post back with this code. Regards, DP-K

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A:Windows XP issues after Motherboard change

What is the error message? Is a BSOD with code 0x7B?

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/566671/windows-xp-issues-after-motherboard-change/
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A:Upgraded to Windows 8, can I change the motherboard?

Hello Spinner, and welcome to Eight Forums.

A Windows 8 Pro upgrade copy uses a retail key, so yes you will be able to install it on any computer/motherboard you like so long as it's uninstalled from any others first.

Clean Install with Windows 8 Upgrade

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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A:Any utilities to allow a motherboard change without reinstalling XP

Don't know of any utilities, but you should be able to do a repair install of Windows. This shouldn't affect any installed programs or data, but always a good idea to have it all backed up just in case.

Replace Motherboard on a Windows XP System

HTH

Jerry
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/any-utilities-to-allow-a-motherboard-change-without-reinstalling-xp.823439/
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Guys need some help here My motherboard died on me and so I had to change it together with the processor and RAM motherboard Win reinstall 7 not start will change after or as there were no socket motherboards available locally However Win blue screens every time on start up but very briefly so I can't see the error message Win repair then kicks in but finds nothing wrong so Win 7 will not start or reinstall after motherboard change it goes round and round like that ad infinitum All the repair methods I have found require that you work within windows which is patently stupid if you want to repair because you can't get windows to work - it's a bit like trying to open a box with a tool that's inside it I tried a new install which has backed up my old Windows as Windows old and it goes though all the paces but then refuses to accept the activation code I am now stuck with a non functioning PC and am scared to add anything in the future in case of this type of thing What can I do to recover the old Windows installation Les

A:Win 7 will not start or reinstall after motherboard change

Hello Les, and welcome to Seven Forums.

Is activation your only issue at this point?

It's not activating since you changed the motherboard, CPU, and RAM. It thinks you have installed it on a new computer with it still installed and activated on the old computer (motherboard etc...).

If you have a retail copy of Windows 7, then you should be able to do a phone activation, wait for the operator (if need be), and let them know that you changed out the motherboard, CPU, and RAM.

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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1) My current motherboard
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813135246

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right changed my motherboard and thats all, plugged everything in where its meant to go... turned on pc
something about boot device changed came up, i pressed f1 to continue, came up with password screen and my background.

nothing else popped up after logging in other than something asking my to activate windows :S

its already bloody active!

what does this mean, have i lost all my old documents etc.from my HDD? or what? help

if i re-build my old set-up will my HDD still be okay?

thanks alot
 

A:windows activation after motherboard change

If you change a hardware device you will have to re-activate your Windows installation. Call Microsoft & explain the situation. They'll see if it's legit & give you a new one.
 

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Hi,

I have asus p5q for now and 2X320Gb sata drives in Raid 0. For example of my motherboard failure , can i then use this raid array on another motherboard and pc.

Can I even use this raid on the same model motherboard.If so will this motherboard recognise drives automaticaly or i still need to create raid using on-board-raid-controler software that i used to make raid first.
 

A:Does Raid Works When I Change Motherboard

Same motherboard should be no problem.

Equal (same chipset) motherboard, might work.

Different chipset motherboard, likely a redo.
 

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Is there a similar process that will work with Win 7? There is no HKLM\Enum key in Win 7 registry. There is a HKLM\System\Control Set 001\Enum.

A:registry change before changing motherboard?

Method #1 here,

Windows 7 Installation - Transfer to a New Computer

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A:XP wont boot after motherboard ram and cpu change

For a quick solution..try this. Tap F8 on boot, then boot "last know good configuration". See what happens. If that doesn't work wait for someone else to respond. If it does work, make sure you install the new mobo driver.s
 

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A:Hp Laserjet 3030 not detected after motherboard change

Go to Start/Printers and Faxes. If the printer is there, right click and Delete it. Go to Start/Run and type appwiz.cpl and press enter. In the Add Remove Programs uninstall any printer software. With the Printer attached, go to Start/Run and type devmgmt.msc and press enter. Are there any devices with yellow flags? Or under Universal Serial Bus Controllers is there an Unknown Device? If so, right click it and uninstall it. Unplug the USB cable from the computer end and restart the computer. Download the driver for the printer from the HP site and install that during the install, it will tell you when to plug in the USB cable. This should install. Now right click it and Share it again. On the Remote computers log into this computer from the remotes by going to Start/Run and typing \\[computername] this should open the shares, right click the Shared printer and choose Connect. This will list the shared printer under printers and faxes again.

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A:Pavillion DV9500 motherboard change - compatibility

Yes it will work fine. The mounting holes are in the same place. You might wind up with an empty port or have to use a dremel tool to open up a small hole in the side but the board will work fine.

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I have a Qosmio G30 and as usual ive had all the graphics problem motherboard problems and all but they are now fixed (though my HD DVD drive is not working!)
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Is this possible and if so what can i purchase to replace my current motherboard. Or could i just replace the processor to something better?

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Thanks

Damn!
 

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A:Can't change Pavilion display resolution after motherboard

Greetings, 1. Only if you are in warranty. 2. You can enter 'SETUP" , set BIOS to defaults, and "save and exit". Staples replaced the p6-2133w MB with a similar board  used by HP in a different product number. You should get HD screen resolution. This integrated graphics board may be HP OEM. Remove the AMD graphics driver. Let Win 10 install the driver and see if that helps. Install a discrete graphics card if the AMD GPU is not compatible with Win 10. Cheers!  

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Can-t-change-Pavilion-display-resolution-after-motherboard/td-p/5604702
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http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/Elite-8300-SFF-Bricked-no-bios-boot-after-change-from-IDE-to/td-p/5689844
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It should work with the 12.1" display including its cable. If you'll get problems with it, you additional should replace the display sub-board where the display cable is attached to (next to UltraBay-cage), if the 12.1" - sub-board has a different FRU#.

https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-Legacy-Laptops-A-I-V/thinkpad-a21e-a21m-motherboard-change-or-12-lcd-to-14-lcd-change/td-p/1012551
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A:can i change my intel chipset by just replacing motherboard

A new motherboard might have a different chipset. The chipset is part of the motherboard specifications.

You need to ensure that the chipset on any new motherboard is compatible with your processor.

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I was expecting for Windows to crash, and it did, but then it loaded the new drivers, and it shut off, then loaded and was working. I had to phone up to get activated - that was all good. But ever since this, there is no option to put my PC to sleep.

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A:Suspecting infection, computer name change (and netbios change "9Aorka5")

once your scan is done with Mbam, please post the log then perform the following:Please download TDSSKiller exe version to your desktop.Double-click on TDSSKiller.exe to run the tool for known TDSS variants.Vista/Windows 7 users right-click and select Run As Administrator.Click on Change Parameters and click Detect TDLFS File System.    Click the Start Scan button.    Do not use the computer during the scan    If the scan completes with nothing found, click Close to exit.    If malicious objects are found, they will show in the Scan results - Select action for found objects and offer three options.    Ensure Cure (default) is selected, then click Continue > Reboot now to finish the cleaning process.    Note: If Cure is not an option, Skip instead, do not choose Delete unless instructed.    A TDSSKiller text file would be saved in Local Disk C.    Copy and paste the contents of that file in your next reply.

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/513044/suspecting-infection-computer-name-change-and-netbios-change-9aorka5/
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256 Gb Hard Drive
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I dont use a lot of games (1 or 2), only i want to use my computer for internet, music, video, some programs like photoshop...

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A:help with architecture

basically, there are two flavors. 32 bit and 64 bit. eventually everything will be 64 bit. there are many advantages, but right now, the main one is the amount of RAM it can address. if you want more than 4 Gigs of RAM, then you need 64 bit. the down side is, not every program is 64 bit compatible.

http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/213438-help-architecture.html
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Interesting stuff on the new gen of GPU from VR_Zone





The article can be had here
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A:AMD: The new GPU architecture

Good read, having a shared address space between the cpu and gpu opens up a lot of possibilities. Things have come a long way since the days of the 8086 and 8087, anybody here except me remember the NEC V20? That was my first processor upgrade from an 8088.
 

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poked around BIOS but didn't see anything....

This problem negates the vast majority of the video cards functionality...

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A friend's computer was updated from Windows 7 Ultimate X86 to Windows 10 X86. I noticed that his system is X64 based architecture. Can he do a clean install/reinstall from X86 to X64 without losing his activation? If so, how?

Thank you in advance.

A:X86 to X64 architecture

Originally Posted by gokart


A friend's computer was updated from Windows 7 Ultimate X86 to Windows 10 X86. I noticed that his system is X64 based architecture. Can he do a clean install/reinstall from X86 to X64 without losing his activation? If so, how?

Thank you in advance.



Yes.
Windows 10 - Clean Install - Windows 10 Forums

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A:CPU architecture

The CPU's are made by Intel, they are all the same. Intel does not make custom processors for HP or other OEM's.

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Did you update the BIOS to support the new CPU?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/cpu-architecture.1119315/
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It should be the driver problem. The old chipset drivers is not compatible with the current new motherboard.

The content of the harddisk is still healthy. It can be opened on another pc or by system rescue disk.

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That is not easy to do, and more to the point, impossible to be certain that everything was gotten.

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To put this in perspective......

To remove drivers off line,, find the install of the drivers, extract it, find the inf, ini, and other files,
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Save yourself the time and effort ,, back up, nuke and reload.

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Why...did you replace the motherboard with an identical replacement?  What was going wrong...and what made you think that a MB replacement would solve it?
 
Is this topic a continuation of This One ?
 
Looks to me that you did not purchase/replace with an identical motherboard, going by your previous topic.  "Similar" is not "identical" in my world .
 
Please pursue the earlier topic you initiated, thereby avoiding unnecessary confusion an possbily conflicting comments from BC members.
 
This topic is now closed.
 
Louis

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/617116/system-repair-loop-after-motherboard-change-windows-7/
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A:Replace motherboard with exact same model BUT change processor?

you should not have any problems with Win7 even if its an OEM version. MS can reset if you have to call don't worry, just call them and explain what happened they are not going to crawl through the phone line and tear your head off or anything.

http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/172510-replace-motherboard-exact-same-model-but-change-processor.html
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A:3-tier architecture

I had never heard of 3-tier until I saw this article this morning. Maybe it will help you out some.
http://builder.com.com/article.jhtml?id=u00320021001SRF01.htm&fromtm=e606
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/3-tier-architecture.97436/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/net-work-architecture.749603/
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http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic427105.html

To avoid confusion I will close this topic.

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/427108/windows-xp-architecture/
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http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/319777-architecture-upgrade.html
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Many more where that came from but lets open the discussion......
 

A:Future PC Architecture

1)The faster new technology is brought to the mainstream market, the faster prices on the "older" tech drops so it's a cycle that will benefit the consumer.

2)Standardization might help in some cases, but then that would mean either everyone has a gaming PC or they do not. That would be pretty limiting IMO.

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4)Governments usually mess up things since in the end, they are able to get away with everything. Corporations depend on the end user's satisfaction to survive, so that would be a better thing. But a merging of the two ideas, such as greater governmental control over corporations regarding research wouldn't be such a bad idea.

5)This is debatable and bound to change, according to the first question, so it really isn't valid.

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http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/future-pc-architecture.76405/
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More: ARM's big (and little) plans to go beyond smartphones | ZDNet

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A:The future of the ARM architecture

Hi there
As far as the ordinary user is concerned - it doesn't matter what the underlying technology is so long as the USER INTERFACE is simple and easy to use.

If the hardware reduces power consumption well so much the better.

In any case techniques such as virtualisation can ensure that whatever technology powers the servers the end user can still continue to use systems they are used to using.

The ARM type of processor of course has the ability for people to create very large banks of low powered servers cheaply as shown in your post.

Cheers
jimbo

http://www.eightforums.com/drivers-hardware/3238-future-arm-architecture.html
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A:32 bit edition on 64 bit architecture

Yes 32 bit XP runs fine.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/32-bit-edition-on-64-bit-architecture-119661.html
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A:N-tier architecture ?

Funny diction for a forum question. It sounds more like a test or homework.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/n-tier-architecture.1035488/
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A:Question On PC Bus Architecture

Yes, thatll work just fine.

Just so you know though, PCI-X means it supports up to 133MHz but the bus will only run at the speed of its slowest component.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/question-on-pc-bus-architecture.761766/
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A:More on Bulldozer architecture

So what excites you the most, G?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/more-on-bulldozer-architecture.169153/
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A:Unable to access owner's data after motherboard change-WindowsXP Pro

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/unable-to-access-owners-data-after-motherboard-change-windowsxp-pro.266125/
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A:Do I have i386 or AMD64 architecture?

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/do-i-have-i386-or-amd64-architecture.969644/
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A:Networking architecture issue

http://www.xirrus.com/library/wifitools.php

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/networking-architecture-issue.936081/
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Hi skegless,

Here's a workaround: WMP110 Windows 7 64bit Driver - Wireless Adapters - Linksys Community Forums

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A:Processors/processor Architecture in W7

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Luzenna


Hello!

My friend was asking me (since I'm the "computer expert" in my circle of friends) what processors and processor srchitecture W7 supported, and if it had support for processors with more than one core. I answered yes, and told him that all new intel and AMD 32/64 bit was supported, but he wanted a more detailed answer.

Anyone know what I can tell him?

Best regards, Luzenna

PS: Sorry for bad english, but it's not my primary language.


Your answer to him was quite sufficient. I'm not sure what else he could be wanting to know.

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Expert reply please (tech. details)!

Many thanks!

P.S. Enjoy the free upgrade to Windows 10, from Windows 7 or up. Thanks to the Microsoft and an off-shore communities! :)

A:Cluster architecture! Which one to pick?

Hi, well cluster architecture (server based) is not what you are referring to, I assume you mean the allocation unit size cluster?

Why do you want to know, and what do you use your computer for? We have found that the default works for most users, there is pro's and con's to any changes. SSD's also make a difference.

If you are in the process of formatting, then the following will not be relevant.

To see what you have go to start search and type:- cmd right click on the returned cmd.exe and select "run as administrator" at the prompt copy paste:-

fsutil fsinfo ntfsinfo c: > 0 & notepad 0 press enter ( this assumes the drive is C:, if not change), you can post the notepad outcome here if you like.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/cluster-architecture-which-one-to-pick-1023602.html