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I have an CF48 and a CF25 Personal Computer. I would like to know what size RAM and HD and Processing speed these laptops are issue with from the factory.

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Panasonic Toughbook CF-48 CF-48X4HLUDM
Processor: Pentium 4 1.8 ghz Display Size: 14 inch Hard Drive: 20 Gig Memory: 256 meg Optical Drive: CDRW Drive (Burner) Floppy Drive: Built in PCMCIA Slots: 2 PCMCIA Slots Sound and Speakers: Built in speakers and sound Pointing Device: Track Pad Ports: 2 USB, 1 Parallel, 1 Serial, 1 VGA Modem: Built in 56k Ethernet Network Card: Built in 10/100 Operating System: Windows XP Professional AC Adapter: yes Battery: (not warranted) yes Warranty: Lifetime Limited Warranty

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List types of computer


The main types of computer are supercomputers, mainframes, personal computers, laptops, netbooks, tablets and smartphones. Each have different purposes and capabilities.

Supercomputers have huge data storage capacities and unrivaled processing power. They are used by large organizations that require immense computing power. These computers are exceptionally expensive and very delicate. Housed in clean rooms, supercomputers must be kept free of dust and debris, and have to be constantly cooled because of the heat they generate.
Mainframe computers have considerably less power and capacity than supercomputers, but significantly more than personal computers. They are capable of processing billions of instructions per second and handle vast quantities of data simultaneously.
Personal computers are common in homes and offices throughout the world. Modern models have large storage capacities and run multiple applications simultaneously.
Modern laptops feature similar specifications to desktop computers, with the added bonus of being portable. However, laptops can feel heavy and battery life can be an issue if needing to work for long periods without being able to recharge.
Netbooks are smaller and lighter than laptops, but have considerably less storage capacity and power. However, their small size and minimal weight makes them attractive for browsing the web, checking emails and creating documents when not in the office.
Tablets and smartphones are similar in nature and operate on a touchscreen basis. They are user-friendly, lightweight and very convenient, being popular with people of all ages and backgrounds.

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I have a G320 laptop with 512 SO-DIMM DDR400 and 1 GhZ procesor ,OS WIN XP, how can I run my G320 faster


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There is nothing much that can be done to speed up the system as it can not go beyond 1GHz Processing speed, but several operating system tweaks and some hardware upgrade could make a little but notable difference.
As for Hardware, you may increase the RAM. You can upgrade memory on ECS Elitegroup Computer G320 upto a maximum of 1.0 GB (The ECS Elitegroup Computer G320 takes the PC2100 DDR SDRAM SODIMMs Memory)
Secondly, You may increase the size of PAGE FILE, uninstall unwanted software, Remove unwanted start-up items, Clean Junk Files/ Temporary files, De-fragment the Hard Disk to achieve the maximum speed and performance that EliteGroup G320 PC can give.

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What does your computer currently have?
Operating System?
Amount of RAM?
Speed of CPU (Central Processing Unit)?
Size of disk-drive?
Percentage-full of disk-drive?
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How many "empty" slots that could hold RAM?

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To add to computer


> to add to the computer

What does your computer currently have?
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Amount of RAM?
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Size of disk-drive?
Percentage-full of disk-drive?
Manufacturer/model of video-card?
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My desktop has an orange light no beep sounds when starting it won't boot up the back where ethernet plug goes is orange too the fan makes a burning smell also


Orange light usually means the harddrive or computer is processing and loading, But it can also mean that there is a problem with the hard drive. Start your computer and wait. If you see orange light it means its working to boot up, it might take a while, you might see your screen black for a while but eventually will work.

To fix this problem you need to upgrade more hard drive space, RAM memory and processor speed

Nowadays a computer should have a minimum of 2GB of RAM memory, at least 120GB of Space, and about 2.0Ghz of processing speed.

You can also buy great refurbished computers which are cheaper. Most of them come with 4GB of RAM memory, 250GB HD Space and 2.5Ghz processing speed.

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TV is working beautifully then the screen goes dark for 3-15 seconds and then the image reappears in beautiful HD. The TV is two years old and otherwise works perfectly


Technology changes at a high rate of speed, as we all know. And High Definition (HD) has come a long way in a very short period. Since your television still works perfectly otherwise, I don't think that it's a problem with the set itself. It may only be a victim of technology.

Does this only happen with High Def channels? Does it happen every time you change to another HD channel? If you answer 'yes' to either of these, it is most likely due to the television's processing capabilities. Because of the high amount of data that is required to deliver HD content, manufacturers have found creative (but not necessarily convenient) ways of dealing with the processing issues (blank screen delay for example). Since the audio and video signals for any given television station (either HD or regular) are transmitted separately, the television has to process that data internally so that you get the picture and sound aligned properly when you are watching it. HD broadcasts are much more demanding than regular stations requiring manufacturers to constantly improve this processing speed with every new model. On some televisions, the channel remains blank for a few seconds to allow the television to configure all of the information so it looks good when it's ready, which could explain the delay you are describing. At the time your television was manufactured, this may have been the best technology your manufacturer had to offer. On my personal flat panel, I get the picture and sound right away, but I have to wait about 15 seconds for the sound to catch up to the picture which I think is more annoying than being forced to look at a blank screen. But that's just me.

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Can I change RAM for COMPAQ- LAPTOP C301TU of 1.66 GHz; 256 MB; 60 GB to improve processing speed of Laptop. Date of purchase 24.12.06


upgrading your ram will not increase your processing speed. You can increase it but with your current setup my first recommendation would be to purchase a new computer, even if you upgrade you won't be happy in the near future with its performance.

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No, it does not matter what size ram modules you have installed, aslong as they are supported by the laptop.

You can have 128MB on one slot and 1024MB on another for example, but these days its more common to have sizes like 1024MB and 2048MB. As long as the size and speed, type is supported it will work.

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Personal computer problem..


The only way you'd be able to increase your current processing power would be to overclock your processor with is usually not recommended or covered under your warranty. The best and easiest way to increase your performance is perform a system upgrade- Find out the highest speed/voltage processor that your motherboard supports, and do the same for ram. Then buy them and install them.

If it just takes a long time to boot up and it's doggy when windows is running then go to start--> run and type in "msconfig" without the quotes. disable everything you don't recognize under the startup tab. it's also good to do a malware/spyware scan on your pc.

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