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Q: Solved: Ram? Triple Compatibility?

Ok first and foremost my ram configuration is quite odd already.
I have
on a
ASUS M5A97 LE R2.0 AM3+ AMD 970 ATX Motherboard.
And they work well together and despite what Newegg says they are the same voltage and same speed.
I am however planning on adding another ram stick but the website I buy from does not have either of these in stock anymore.
So I was planning on going with this one:

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I need to know specifically what docking stations will work with a 3 monitor setup with a T580. I have a Thinkpad Thunderbolt 3 Gen 2 dock (40AN0135US) but it doesn't quite cut it. I have two monitors in HDMI with the third in the correct DP port and the third display always shows at a smaller resolution. Attempts to update the firmware always fail.

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Let me start with what I have.

As you can see under the "Graphics" section I already have two monitors hooked up. "Syncmaster" is my main monitor. "SAMSUNG" is actually my television. I have the syncmaster hooked to my PC with a standard DVI cable in the first port of my card and the SAMSUNG is hooked with a DVI-HDMI. With the HDMI being in my TV and the DVI being in my second port on my card.

So, my question is, if I were to purchase this, would I be able to plug that into my second DVI port on my card. Then take the DVI-HDMI and plug it into the DVI port on the splitter then take a standard VGA cable for the third monitor I want and plug that into the splitter. Would my PC recognize all of the monitors? Are the specifications of my PC able to support that? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.(I also have a HDMI and a DisplayPort on my card. Is there a such thing as a DP-VGA?)

A:Solved: **Need Help with Triple Monitors**

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Friends, I am having difficulty creating a relationship of tables in a database.
I have a table and another table technology company. For each technology has several companies,
and for each company have different technologies. A many to many.
I created a join table to resolve this issue, with two foreign keys.
I have another table Product, and for each company I have several products, and for each technology I also have
various products.
Any help is welcome.
Thank you.

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I need some help with my installation...

I already have XP Pro installed.....I want to add Win 98 and Redhat 7.3..

I already know how to dual boot Redhat and XP Pro pretty well...but I am not sure about how to add in Win 98 as the third OS...

This is my plan:

create a partition right after my XP partition (XP is C
install 98 to that partition.

so now my comp will boot into 98 while I still have XP on the C: drive..it'll be dormant cuz it is not in the MBR...


I will install RedHat and use GRUB to put all the OSs into its menu.....cuz i know GRUB can see all OS installations quite easily, and its boot loader is rock solid

is that sound??? i think it might work..bu I need someone to tell me i'm not gonna screw something up...


A:[Solved] Triple boot XP Pro, Win 98, Redhat

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Dear Tech support forum members,

I am hoping you can help me in the mess I have been getting myself into...

In my enthusiasm to look into the new windows 7 ultimate 64-bit version I have recently installed it on my HDD (running in RAID 5) that already had windows XP professional and vista ultimate (both 64-bit) installed. After installing win7, it converted my bootmenu perfectly into a triple boot system. So far so good.

Because the 64-bit OS's seemed to cause a driver issue for one of my favourite applications I decided to remove the vista installation and replace it with a XP professional 32-bit version. After installation a completely new bootmenu appeared and windows 7 was no longer available. With easyBCD 1.7.2 I was able to restore the VISTA bootloader that returned my win7 entry.

However, the bootmenu is only working for win7 this time directly and looks as follows:
XP pro 64
XP pro 32

Windows 7 indeed starts win7, XP 32 causes a reboot and XP pro 64 gives me a second boot menu. This second menu is identical to the original bootmenu I had before I used easyBCD to restore the vista bootloader:
XP pro 32
XP pro 64

The first two entries start the respective OS's and win7 in this menu causes a reboot.

Does anybody have any idea what to do to remove the additional second bootmenu and to get the entries activated in the first menu?

I have included the easyBCD settings below.

Thanks in advance for your help!



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A:[SOLVED] triple bootmenu problems

log into windows 7 go to msconfig and on the boot tab check boot sectors see if this removes some. unfortinitly support for windows 7 but I had the same thing it was annoying but I think it had to do with the OS

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 6000+, AMD64 Family 15 Model 67 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 3327 Mb
Graphics Card: ATI Radeon HD 5450, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 238372 MB, Free - 181735 MB; D: Total - 76316 MB, Free - 73329 MB; E: Total - 953867 MB, Free - 287763 MB;
Motherboard: ASUSTeK Computer INC., M3A
Antivirus: avast! Antivirus, Updated and Enabled
I'm having a little problem with the setup of my video card. According to ASUS, the EAH5450 will support and run 3 monitors at the same time. However, I can only get it to work with 2. The card has 3 outputs, 1 VGA, 1 DVI and 1 HDMI. Is it possible to actually make all 3 ports work at the same time? I have an LG 1752TX on analog, an LG 1952TX on the DVI and an RCA 32" LED TV on the HDMI. Right now, the only way I can get the HDMI to work is to disconnect the VGA cable from either the video card or the monitor.

I know that the 3 monitors is a bit extreme. Due to health problems, I can't sit in a chair with my feet on the floor for very long. I have to have my feet elevated. I watch all my TV online. I can't see the monitors from either the couch or the recliner so I bought a 32" TV so I can recline and keep my feet up. Any time I want to watch the TV, I have to shut down my system, disconnect the VGA and reboot. This is a real pain. Does anyone know ... Read more

A:Solved: Triple Monitor Setup

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My g/f's computer is running XP and recently its commitment charge is currently triple what you would think is normal (700mb instead of 200mb) from what i can ascertain there are no extra processes running and cpu operation is running around 50% +40% -10%. The odd thing is, the computer has 512mb of ram but even when its sitting on 700mb its slow but not standstill slow.

I have rebooted into safe mode and attempted using zone alarm suite, and webroot spysweeper; but both came up with errors requiring restart.

I used the trendmicro housecall online scan in normal operation which did not find anything.

I will post a hijack this log and give pc specs when i'm over there next.

Is it possible that there is a stupid bug that fools task manager into false data considering the pc still works at 800mb charge??

All confusedly,

A:Solved: computer charge triple normal

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OK, so here's the story. I have dual-monitors working for about 9 months and decide to make the jump to a triple-screen setup. I have a motherboard with an ATI Radeon Xpress 200 (with 256Mb of shared system memory), plus an ATI Radeon X1600 Pro 512Mb PCI-Express graphics card.

I plug my third monitor into my motherboard and finally get three monitors working. But no Aero . The setup is this:

Left: 15" TFT @ 1024x768 (running from X200)
Centre: 17" TFT @ 1280x1024 (running from X1600 Primary)
Right: 17" TFT @ 1280x1024 (running from X1600 Secondary)

If I disable my right monitor (so my left and cenre are still running) I can get aero. As soon as I enable the monitor again, it disappears. It seems as soon as I decrease the number of monitors to two (regardless of the monitors I choose), Aero works.

Because of this, I know that the X200 will support Aero, so that's out of the question. The result is the same whether I use ATI's Catalyst Conrol Center or the Vista display manager.

Any ideas?? It's highly annoying to be so close to a fully working triple-screen setup.


A:Solved: Triple Screen Setup with Aero - Not Working!

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My machine has one partition with Vista, one 10GB restore partition and one 47MB FAT16 partition. All are primary partitions.

I want to add an XP partition and another Vista partition. I have a Vista CD so I'm pretty sure I can get rid of the restore partition. The 47MB partition seems to be used for Dell diagnostics. Anyone what the consequences might be if a delete that one?

The assumption I'm making is that each OS needs to be installed in a primary partition.

A:Solved: Triple-booting on a Dell - already have 3 primary partitions

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I just recently installed a hard drive from one of my older systems. It's nothing special just an old 1.2GB Hard Drive that came out of a very old Win98 Computer. I was wondering why my computer was doing three memory checks. What happens on the first one is it says:

Configuration automatically configured
60GB[Disk 1] DVD-ROM[Disk 3] CD-RW [Disk 4]

After the second time it comes up and says:

Configuration automatically configured
60GB[Disk 1] 1.2GB [Disk 2] DVD-ROM[Disk 3] CD-RW [Disk 4]

Then it does the mem check a third time and boots up to WinXP Pro

Here is my sys config.

Compaq 7110US
CPU: AMD Athlon 64 @ 1.3GHz
Memory: 256MB RAM
Hard Drive 1: 60GB Hard Drive
Hard Drive 2: 1.2GB Hard Drive(Storage)
Grap. Card: 64MB NVIDIA GeForce2

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Does Asus P6T or Asus P6T SE support Triple Channel in Memory (RAM) ?
What's difference between Asus P6T and Asus P6T SE ? Which one you guys suggest ?

A:Solved: Asus P6T vs Asus P6T SE and Triple Channel Support

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I recently had issues with my PSU and rather than play guesswork on whether its still functional, I rather just replace it.

My motherboard is a m3n78-pro. Its a bit dated but I'd like for this pc to last another 6 months before I build an entirely new rig. If I read the manual correctly, it requires ATX 12V V2.0.

The PSU I'd like to change to (since it just has to last another 6 months) this 900 w PSU. Would the m3n78-pro be compatible with this PSU? One concern I had was that the m3n78-pro requires a 4 pin ATX +12v connector. If I read the PSU's specifications correctly it has one 12V 8-pin (4 + 4) CPU power connector. Is that 8-pin two separate power connector, ie do I just use 1 of the connectors to fit into the 4 pin ATX +12v connector?

Please excuse my noobishness but what exactly does the v2.92 Motherboard specification entail? I tried to google it, but got less useful information and product results from newegg.

Also I read the wiki on the ATX 12V V2.X standard, but it didn't answer my question - is ATX12V v2.3 backwards compatible with the ATX12V v2.0 standard?
Thank you very much for any help you can give.

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wil farcry and halo combat evolved work on windows 7 ultimate 32 bit.

A:[SOLVED] compatibility

Yes, you can run both games using Windows Backwards Compatibility mode. Which will run the games in Windows XP mode.

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camera install not compatible w/ vista

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A:[SOLVED] Ms-dos Compatibility

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my question is regarding the XML DOM. we use ActiveXObject("MSxml2.DOMDocument.4.0") to create XML DOM files. since this is using a plugging(ActiveX) and referring to MSXml, is XML DOM is only visible for IE? If that is, it is breaking the quality of XML, PLATFORM INDEPENDENT, isn't it? Please help.

A:Solved: XML DOM compatibility

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so i'm planning on upgrading my dads computer which is an Acer Aspire 5517 it is still all default hardware. it has the dual core processor and windows home premium. i want to buy a new processor for it and i found a site that had a list of compatible parts and this was the best one listed but this one is better and it appears to be compatible but it wasn't on the list of compatible or incompatible parts. i want to know if the better chip is compatible or if i should stick with the first one.


A:Solved: compatibility

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I am using HP G62 (Presario CQ62) Notebook PC, running on Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit OS.
The processor is AMD Athlon II P340 Dual-Core Processor 2200 MHz
I want to upgrade my Samsung make 2GB 1Rx8 PC3-10600S-09-10-ZZZ (DDR3) RAM.
Which one is more suitable/compatible with my Notebook, from mentioned below:
(1) Transcend DDR3 4 GB Laptop DRAM (JM1333KSN-4G)
(2) Kingston Value Ram Low Voltage Series DDR3 4 GB Laptop (KVR16LS11/4)
Or suggest me another one, if both are not appropriate with my Notebook.
Pls. help me out. Thanks in advance, guys!

A:Solved: Compatibility of RAM

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How do I know if my laptop is wpa compatible?

A:Solved: wpa compatibility

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A few months ago I scrapped my old Dell dimension 4700 after having a number of problems with it.

Recently, I have been thinking that since I am no longer using it, maybe I could salvage the ram sticks from it and use them to upgrade the ram of my mother's computer, but I'm not sure about compatibility.

My old dell 4700 had two, 512MB 1RX8 PC2-3200U-333-11-A0, 512MB DDR2, 400, CL3 ram sticks. (according to the stickers on them)

My mother's computer is a dell dimension 3000, and it has two, 256MB DDR-400MHZ-CL3, PC3200-3033-0-A0 ram sticks. Additionally, her computer only has two ram slots (compared with the six my old computer had), though I don't know if that's relevant information.

I was hoping I would be able to take out the two sticks from my mother's computer, and replace them with the two sticks from my old computer, essentially doubling her ram. But I'm not sure if they're compatible, and I don't want to risk damaging her computer, since it's the only one she has right now.

So my question is, would it be safe to replace my mother's current ram sticks with the ones from my old computer? Are they compatible? If you need any further information let me know what it is and how I can find it.

A:Solved: RAM compatibility

Nope, can't do. Your computer uses DDR2 and hers uses DDR - they are not interchangeable. But your definitely on track with wanting to upgrade her memory; 256MB is very low for a Windows XP PC these days.

DDR isn't terribly expensive, check out www.crucial.com or another manufacturer's site and they usually have a configuration utility that will tell you want memory they have that is compatible with her computer.

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Hi, I've just bought a new graphics card, it's a second hand radeon HD 4870x2 fitted with an Arctic Cooling Accelero Xtreme 4870x2 cooler. It has two 6 pin connectors. This is probably going to sound incredibly stupid, but is this compatible with my PSU, and if so, how do I connect it? My PSU is a Win Power ATX - 700l. I know the card is compatible with everything else but upon opening the case I can't see anywhere to connect it - the only unconnected connectors are a very slim black 5 pin connector and a very tiny (I think Sata) connector.

If I need a new PSU that isn't really a problem, I just really wanted this card!

Thanks in advance for any help!


P.S. my pc specs are as follows:
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional, 64 bit
Processor: AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 965 Processor, AMD64 Family 16 Model 4 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 4095 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 8400 GS, 512 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 380618 MB, Free - 290508 MB; D: Total - 19383 MB, Free - 14699 MB; E: Total - 553865 MB, Free - 305297 MB;
Motherboard: MICRO-STAR INTERNATIONAL CO.,LTD, 770-C45 (MS-7599)

A:Solved: PSU compatibility

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I have a gateway that has this RAM installed:

256MB, DDR, 400, CL3

Can anyone tell me if this other RAM is compatible:

PC3200U-30331.256 MB.1Rx16.400


(Please ignore the computer listed in the signature as it does not apply to this question.)

A:Solved: RAM compatibility

It appears to be PC3200 RAM so it would be just fine.

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I have a Corsair AX760w PSU and I'm looking at getting the ASUS Strix 980Ti card. How would I know if my PSU can deliver the power requirements for the GPU?

GPU: https://www.asus.com/Graphics-Cards/STRIXGTX980TIDC3OC6GD5GAMING/specifications/
PSU: http://www.corsair.com/en-ca/ax760-...-80-plus-platinum-certified-fully-modular-psu

If you guys can help me out and show me what I should be looking at to determine my answer, that would be great.

A:Solved: GPU + PSU Compatibility

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How do I know if a part of is compatible with another part or not?

A:Solved: Compatibility

Too vague of a question for the most part, but as a generalization you would research them.

If you are referring to a processor then you would go to the motherboard manufacturer's website and check the supported CPU list.

For a video card you would need to check that the motherboard and video card has the same type of slot/interface. Although all modern cards use PCI-Express and so do all modern motherboards and PCI-Express is backward and forward compatible between different versions to a point.

For a power supply you'd make sure you have all the connectors you need and that the wattage is sufficient for what will be in the computer, mainly the video card as it's the most power hungry.

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Hello guys..can you tell me if the Gigabyte f2a75m-d3h is compatible with the amd a10 5800k 3.8 ? I know that both are socket fm2 so the cpu actually fits..but I dont know if the mb can support this cpu because of the watt and blah blah blah..anyway if they are not compatible can you suggest me a good cpu that is compatible with this mb?my budget for the cpu is around 120$

A:Solved: Compatibility

Yes. Here is the support page for your mb;

Click cpu support and you will see the processor in question listed.

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Hi this isn't really a problem more of want to expand my own knowledge.

Well i've got 2x1gb RAM sticks (type: Corsair Dominator speed: 1600MHz) and I was just wanting to know would I be able to add in 2x2Gb RAM sticks (type: Corsair Dominator speed: 1600MHz) to my system and still have the 1gb ram sticks installed.

Would I be able to do this or would they conflict?


A:Solved: RAM compatibility

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I have windows vista premium and was told to download an updated kodak easy share from eastman kodak company.I downloaded and now I get a message to turn off compatibility mode.I have no idea on how to do that. Help would be greatly appreciated

A:Solved: compatibility

Using Windows Explorer, locate the Kodak Easy Share executable (.exe) file.
This is probably located under Program Files in a sub-folder named Kodak.

Right-click on the Kodak Easy Share .exe file.
A drop-down menu is displayed.

Click on the Properties option at the bottom of the menu.
A Properties window with four tabs is displayed.

Click the Compatibility tab.

If the checkbox for "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" is ticked,
click the checkbox to remove the tick mark (this turns off Compatibility mode).

Now click the Apply and OK buttons to save the changes and close the Properties
window.... and that's it.

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i jus reinstalled win7 64 home.in my pld machine. before i reinstalled i had a photo editing program "photo express 2000" from 1999 which worked just fine. after the reinstall it will not install. the installer [demo{?} install] will appear for maybe 5 seconds then goes away and the cd drive will spin down to idle. i have tried all different "compatibility modes, turned UAC off, shut off the antivrius .
i KNOW its old software, but it "fits" my needs and i "know" it. i'd love to hear if anyone knows a way to get this installed.. thanks, in advance. tom [i am not on that machine so sys info is missing] it is a custom built 4years old, i7 12 gb ram 3 channel on an x58 sli board, with 1 4850 radeon.]

A:Solved: compatibility

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I am interested in upgrading my Acer 5745 laptop (purchased fall 2010) from a 320 GB HDD to a 512 SSD. I am unsure how to figure out whether or not my laptop is compatible with SSD drives and whether or not it would be worth the upgrade.

I have never upgraded my hard drive before, so I am unsure what to look for. Can you recommend any drives for my specific laptop? If you need more information, I will be able to retrieve it later tonight, in about 6-8 hours.

A:Solved: SSD Compatibility

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I have a new computer factory loaded with win xp home version. The printer, digi cam, and webcam I received for christmas will not work with xp. How do I remove xp from my machine and install windows me? ( I have a licensed copy of win me already )

A:[Solved] win xp compatibility

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My son has a Logiitech Orbit AF camera.

It requires a Pentuim 4 (or compatible) processor, 2.4 GHz recommended.

His new Toshiba notebook has a AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-core processor (TK-53) Processor speed is 1.70GHz.

My question is--will the camera work with his new computer?

I'm not too familiar with the different number systems used by AMD & Intel.

Thanks for your advice,


A:Solved: Compatibility issue

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I have a mother board (ms-7058) and am curious to find out what processors are compatible as well as video cards, I know its old I just want to explore options before buying all new components.

A:Solved: compatibility issues

A search on the MSI website brings up these two motherboards: http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=searchresult&keywords=ms-7058

If you are unsure which of those two you have, open up the side of the case and in most cases the advertising model number, 915P Combo or 915G Combo, will be marked on the board.

But CPU support is limited to Pentium 4's and Celeron D's - both considered obsolete.

The board does support PCI-Express video cards but where you will be limited is by your power supply and the processor you have - any modern mid to high end card will be performance limited by a Pentium 4 processor.

You're best bet may be to consider a new system and sell this one.

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I am a bit confused with this,
this ASUS M4A78T-E:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131366
claims to support dual channel 240 pin DDR3, which is more expensive than triple channel RAM.(not sure why)
Will it work with triple channel RAM and just not take full advantage of it?


A:Solved: Motherboard RAM compatibility

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okay, this is whats going on:

i had a very nice graphics card upgrade a few days ago, and everything works fine
now i want to upgrade my cpu too in awhile
i have searched around a bit and researched, and found out about the socket of
a motherboard
via the program cpu-z i found out i have AM2 (940) socket
then i looked around for it on my favorite hardware shop site
and they had a really nice processor for my socket
but that one is quad core, and i currently have dual core
i found something about dual-quad core compatibility in motherboards
and i could not find anything on the internet about my motherboard

so now im asking if my motherboard can handle a quad core processor.

ask for any specs u need ^^

A:Solved: motherboard compatibility

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Until recently, I've been using Microsoft Word 2007, but recently I've had to switch back to using an earlier version of Word. I believe it's Microsoft Works 8. Now, I'm unable to open any of the files that I created while using Microsoft Word 2007 because the file type they use is .docx. Is there a way to either convert the files or make .docx compatible with Microsoft Works 8?

Also, I'm not sure if this is relevant, but if it helps, my operating system is Windows Vista.

A:Solved: .docx Compatibility

try this http://forums.techguy.org/business-applications/648094-solved-how-do-i-open.html?highlight=.docx

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I have just installed Windows 7 Home Premium and then VLC media player but when I play a video (avi) I get no sound.
I have tried installing the Ace Mega Codecs pack to see if it was some issue there but still no sound.
I have looked through all of the settings in the Options menu in VLC but can't spot anything out of place.
Is anyone having similar problems or offer any suggestions please?

A:[SOLVED] Win 7 VLC compatibility issues

I also forgot to add I have an Asus Xonar D2 (PCI) card and have installed the drivers.
System sounds work fine but there is no sound for music, video or games.

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Just a quick question, is this motherboard compatible with a msi 970?

Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-970A-DS3P, Socket-AM3+

A:Solved: Motherboard compatibility

Yes it should be.

The motherboard has PCIe 2.0 rated slots and the video card is PCIe 3.0 rated. But the card will work with very little practical drop in performance due to motherboard lower PCIe rating.

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Hi all,

I built my PC in Jan of 2007, and since then I've only replaced the simplest (i.e. cheapest) of parts. Safe to say, things that I haven't upgraded, particularly since I don't use the PC much while I'm at college since it stays at home, include the Mobo, HD, RAM, and peripheral drives.

Newegg recently gave me a 10% off promo code on RAM, so I decided to buy some to upgrade from a whopping 2GB (2x1GB) DDR2 800 to 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600. Suffice it to say, I'm expecting good things down the line.


My current mobo (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131013) was made (and probably discontinued) when DDR2 was hot-stuff. On the details list, it specifies DDR2 800 as the memory standard, and 8GB as maximum. While my tech level may be above average, I have never upgraded RAM or a Mobo, so this is all pretty foreign to me, concerning compatibilities. I have scoured the ASUS support site for BIOS revisions to see if one of the revisions supported DDR3 in some way. I'm hoping that somehow, some genius decided to make DDR3 and DDR2 somewhat forwards-compatible.

Thanks in advance guys!


(For reference, the two sets of RAM are available here.

Old: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820145034
New: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231461)

A:Solved: Motherboard - RAM compatibility

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I don't know if this is the right forum for this but anyway....I'm trying to do a slide show from my laptop on a 10yr old TV with no VGA input. it's got S-Video and the yellow RCA video input on the front panel and the yellow jack does work with my camera. I bought a VGA to RCA dongle but get no signal or maybe VGA is not what the front panel inputs expect ??? I connected my laptop to a neighbor's new LCD TV with his VGA to VGA cable and it works great. Ideas?

thanks in advance...

A:Solved: VGA video to RCA compatibility

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I have an HP dv9380ca laptop, that curently has windows Vista Ultimate. I hate it lol, not to start an argument discussing pros and cons of Vista....i just want to ask, since the HP website does not have a category of drivers for Windows XP x64 Drivers, i am wondering of the 32bit will be able to work with x64 xp?.

Thanks in advance

A:Solved: Compatibility for XP X64 and 32 bit drivers

No they will not unfortunately

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I've recently looked around and picked out some parts as it has become apparent my computer is simply getting too old for games now. I believe everything is compatible but I just wanted to be sure, any help or suggestions would be appreciated.

Windows 7



Graphics Card:

Power Supply:




A:Solved: New computer compatibility

I would highly recommend either of these cases instead. Better cooling, no useless PSU included, higher quality, lower price. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811112237&Tpk=PC-K58 or http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811129021
Motherboard+CPU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128398 + http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103674
OR: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128404 + http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115215 if you want to spend a bit more for basically nothing.
RAM: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231193 tested compatible with both linked boards, if I'm not completely mistaken (so many P55 boards around that I can't be sure without double checking, and it's a bit too late for me to be interested enough to check it)
PSU choice is good. Even the 650TX would be enough though: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139005 Not bad to have some extra headroom though, won't do any bad.
If you only want a decent card now, get this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150337 If you want something "futureproof" and very powerful, hunt one of these down when they come in stock again: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...0048 106793261 1067949753&name=Radeon HD 5850
There's of course the 5770, but it's quite pricey for the performance it off... Read more

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I have an old HP Photosmart R607 digital camera. I just bought a new HP Pavilion Laptop dv6-6c48 and it
says it is not compatible with Windows 7. Do I have to junk my camera?
Thanks for your help.

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Hello, I have a ECS Elite Group H61H2-M2 motherboard

"High performance ECS Motherboard H61H2-M2 supporting latest socket LGA 1155 Intel® 2nd Generation Core™ i7 / i5 / i3 Processors"

On the website http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Pr...DetailID=1228&CategoryID=1&MenuID=103&LanID=0

They have a CPU supported list which includes 3rd Gen CPU's Will these work in a 2nd gen?

I was thinking about buying Intel 3rd Generation Core i7-3770K CPU (4 x 3.50GHz, Ivy Bridge, Socket 1155, 8Mb L3 Cache, Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0)

The BIOS I have at the moment is, American Megatrends Inc. Version 07/12/2011 (Latest)

Any help will be great thanks.

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Hi, i have a HP nw9440 laptop with 2gb ram.

I installed Vista two days ago, and its been running pretty smooth since. Today i installed Autodesk Inventor, Microsoft Office and Registry Booster 2. I don't know if any of those programs is the source of this error. It could be a malware/spyware/anything aswell, but NOD32 nor Windows Defender gives any alerts.

The message that pops up (ui0detect.exe) says (this is translated from Swedish to English):

Dialogue for identifying of interactive services.

A message from a program cannot be shown on your desktop.

The program might need information or permission to be able to perform an activity.

(Button) -> Show Message
(Button) -> Remind me in a few minutes

Detailed program information:

Program or unit(s) that needs attention.

Program searchpath: c:\Recyclers\svchost.exe
Recieved: the 17 july 2007, 12:40:17

This problem is caused by an incompatibility with Windows Vista.
Contact the supplier of the program or the unit for more information.

If i press the "Show message", vista turns off Aero style and takes me to a blank screen with a light-blue background. One window is there that says that when i am done with my actions i can press a button to go back to vista.

The strange thing is that there should be something in this blank page that requires my action.. But there is nothing! Only the option to go back to vista. And whe... Read more

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I need help understanding if my system will work with a mobo upgrade, I was told that the mobo is dead . the system is an AMD Athlon64 3700+ 2.2ghz/2000mhz/1mb, emachine. the motherboard has MS-7207 version 2.0 written on it . I found what I think is a good deal on a mobo/cpu combo at tiger direct, it is a Biostar-mcp6p-m2/AMD Athlon64 x2 5000+/2.60ghz . here is a link- http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicat...-details.asp?EdpNo=4362088&Sku=MBM-MCP6P-5000 .
Would this be a pretty simple swap , what more will need to be done other than reloading software . thanks

A:Solved: motherboard compatibility

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