If you plan on using this pc for gaming or other highly graphical applications then heatsinks would be reccomended, but if its just going to be used for regular programs/documents then it wouldnt be necessary at all. As for the clearance w/heatsinks usually it can be done but it all depends on...
Ok, here u go.
First of all FY doesnt stand for fu** yourself....its actually Fight Yard
cs- hostage rescue
aim- skill map/ usually sniper or close pistol combat
surf - surfing (my personal favorite)
ka - knife arena
he - grenade map
and the rest are just more custom maps (quite a few...
I believe that your best bet would be to uninstall the cd/drive via the device manager and reboot the system, allowing windows to reinstall it with the "downgraded" drivers that worked for you previously. So basically....do what :up: LoserOlimbs :up: said and you should be back to normal
DDR stands for Double Data Rate: so basically the memory is working at double rate so 200 actual x2 gives you the 400. I just confused myself trying to explain that properly, so im gonna get some sleep. Hopefully that answers your question. :o
On the back of the hdd there should be 3 sets of 2 prongs and you should see cs ma and sl unless its a laptop drive then you most likely wont. If not then your best bet would be to transfer that drives contents to another drive that can be labled as slave.
I have just purchased a new mobo for my pc and I need to keep all software and settings that are on my hdd. What is the proper process for doing this?
my new board is a abit ag8-3rd eye and im running xp home sp2
Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
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Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)
recently my toshiba laptop has started running very slowly. I have also got an error that says ...this application cannot run with an active debugger in memory, please unload the debugger and restart the application. Pc Pitstop reports my processor running at 1.2 mhz instead of 3.2 like it...
1 last question. on my board there are 4 slots 2+2 At this time i have 2 512mb Crucial sticks and each one is on the #1 slot of the board. (i.e. 1 pair a+b - next to them are the other pair a+b both sticks are in the *A* position. Is this correct? Also these sticks are the same brand and...