Question about Acer Aspire Computers & Internet
This is my desktop System Identification Manufacturer: Acer Model Aspire X1200 Processors: AMD Athlon(tm) Processor LE-1640 , WMCP78M Operation system: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic Service Pack 1 Motherboard Details Manufacturer: Acer Motherboard Model WMCP78M Bios ACRSYS - 42302e31 Memory Details Total No. of Slots 2 (Currently One slot in use) Installed RAM 2097152 MB Maximum RAM 4096 MB Front Side Bus 200 MHZ Details of memory already installed on your computer Memory Size Memory Type Memory Speed Dimm Type Dimm Type Detail A0 2048 MB DIMM 3189 MHZ 21 Synchronous
You listed this under PC Laptop? It's a Desktop? Have you ever done a CPU upgrade? You are limited to what will work with your machine, Mobo and other components. Your Mobo is, of course, AMD compatible, so if you read the specs: http://support.acer.com/acerpanam/desktop/0000/Acer/AspireX1200/AspireX1200sp2.shtml The AMD Athlon X2 dual-core is best option. Memory is a easy option to increase speed a bit. Remember, with a 32bit OS the most memory it can use is 3.80 GB's More or Less. With a 64bit OS use more. I have done many CPU upgrades, you may not get the Speed/ processing increase you expect. After all, the components work in conjunction with one another. Do your research on Socket type, Pins, Power requirments, etc., etc.Check, Verify, then re-Check and re-Verify. Use this little freeware program to assist you, it list Spec info in detail, SPECCY at: http://www.filehippo.com/download_speccy/.
Posted on Jan 12, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your laptop is overheating, it means that the Processor fan is not working. You can damage it further if you keep trying to us it. Although I must say, this is the first time I've heard of using frozen veggies to cool it down. I have a client that bought a portable Air conditioner to cool his laptop. I fixed it by replacing the fan.
The fact that the unit works while being cooled externally points directly to the fan.
Is the unit out of warranty?
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Posted on Nov 26, 2008
You bios versions start at f.03,f.04,f.05, f.07, f.08,,,
The date and version that you posted does not match and bios version for your model.
The only reason you update a bios is if it falls under the problems
listed for the new bios to correct.
Say your lap came with f.05, the only reason you would update to f.07 is because you had a graphic error,that the new update fixed.
The link below is the page for your drivers, if you look at bios,it shows the newest,if you click on version,you will see all the ones
that where made.
You should double check to make sure that you have the right bios version.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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