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Pastry blade won't release


This is the kind of thing it would be very difficult to fix without being there in person. Do you still have the manual? It's possible there's some well hidden button or latch you have to hold in while you remove it. I tried to find a manual online, but was unsuccessful. I did see where you can purchase one - though I doubt you'll want to pay the $16 for it. But, just in case, here's the link: http://cgi.ebay.com/Cuisinart-Pro-Classic-DLC-10S-Manual-Recipe-Book-NEW_W0QQitemZ190147128664QQihZ009QQcategoryZ20673QQcmdZViewItem

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Can i upgrade the speed


Yes.

This is why people (Gamers usually), use harddrives that have a spindle speed of 10,000, or 15,000RPM.
Also why people use SSD harddrives. (Solid State Drive)

(Problem is those harddrives have a small storage capacity, in relation to harddrives that spin at a slower spindle speed.

One example; 1TB harddrive that has a spindle speed of 7,200RPM, compared to 10,000RPM harddrive with only 150GB )

To really improve the performance past that Bob, make sure you have the Ram Memory maxed out.

If the laptop for example, has 1GB of ram memory, and will support up to 4GB; this is the way to go.

Also, let's say the laptop uses DDR2 Sdram at 667MHz.
(PC2-5300 that is SO-DIMM)

But can support DDR2 Sdram at 800MegaHertz.
(PC2-6400 that is SO-DIMM)

It is BETTER to have MORE ram memory, than it is to have faster ram memory.

The first memory area for the Processor is the Cache.
(L1, and L2. Newer processors? L3)

This is a small memory area for the Processor.
Operates at same frequency rate ('Speed') as the Processor does.
Therefore it is the first memory area the Processor accesses.

Next in line is the Ram Memory.
Ram Memory typically operates at HALF, of the Processor's FSB.
(Front Side Bus)

Do not have enough ram memory? Then a small memory area is created on the harddrive. VIRTUAL memory.

Virtual memory is typically 1-1/2 times the ram memory.

More ram memory, faster computer.

Next memory area is the harddrive.
IDE (PATA) and SATA harddrives are mechanical.

As such they are way slow, in comparison to the frequency rate ('Speed'), that ram memory operates at, much less the Processor's cache.

SSD harddrive? Still doesn't operate as fast.

Want to speed your computer up even more?
Delete anything off of your harddrive, that you are not using.
(NOTHING Windows, though)

Programs, and applications.
Copy off personal documents.
Personal documents being photos, videos, music, and personal documents you have created, or downloaded.

The more stuff on a harddrive, the slower the computer.
Hit 50 percent full? You start to notice.
Hit 70 percent full? You REALLY start noticing now.

Also use a registry cleaner. (I use CCleaner. It's FREE, and works as well as paid for versions, plus better than some)

Cookies, and fragmented files take up room also.
Delete a program, photo, video, music, whatever; and bits of fragmented files are left over.

The more room on a harddrive, the faster the computer.
Remember back when the computer was new?

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
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4 speed food processor manual


I am like you - I have been given a food processor of this model, and I've never operated one before in my life. Here's the site I used to find the manual. Hope it helps!

http://kitchen.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/ge_appliances/106622.html?idRes=15555248

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What os does the px915g pro support


Hello Friend,

This Motherboard support HT technolgy and supported operating system details given below with URL

Microsoft Windows* Operating System Desktop Based PCs
The following desktop operating systems include optimizations for HT Technology and are currently eligible to carry the new Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor with HT Technology logo:

  • Microsoft Windows* XP Professional Edition
  • Microsoft Windows* XP Home Edition
  • Microsoft Windows* Vista Home Basic
  • Microsoft Windows* Vista Home Premium
  • Microsoft Windows* Vista Home Ultimate
  • Microsoft Windows* Vista Home Business

The following desktop operating systems are not recommended for use with Hyper-Threading Technology. If you are using one of the following desktop operating systems, it is advised that you should disable Hyper-Threading Technology in the system BIOS Setup program:
  • Microsoft Windows* 2000 (all versions)
  • Microsoft Windows NT* 4.0
  • Microsoft Windows* Me
  • Microsoft Windows* 98
  • Microsoft Windows* 98 SE

Linux* Operating System Desktop Based PCs
The following Linux operating systems include optimizations for HT Technology and are currently eligible to carry the Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor with HT Technology logo:
  • Red Hat Linux* 9 (Professional and Personal versions)
  • SuSE Linux* 8.2 (Professional and Personal versions)
  • Red Flag Linux* Desktop 4.0
  • COSIX* Linux* 4.0
  • Solaris* 10
  • Open Solaris*

Note that while other Linux operating systems may have HT Technology enabled, only the distributions above are currently eligible to carry the Intel Pentium 4 Processor with HT Technology logo. If purchasing a PC based on a different Linux operating system, check with your PC vendor to determine if the PC includes the necessary system ingredients for HT Technology and has HT Technology enabled.

http://www.intel.com/support/processors/sb/CS-017343.htm

Regards,
Viju

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Will maxtor 3200 work with windows NT and if so where do you find drivers


Here are the requirements according to Maxtor: Hardware and Operating System Requirements for Windows PC ? Pentium III-class equivalent processor or later ? Windows 2000 or XP ? 128MB RAM or more as required by operating system NOTE: Macintosh Systems are NOT supported with this product. Here is a link to the User Guide: http://www.seagate.com/staticfiles/maxtor/en_us/documentation/manuals/ps3200_users_guide.pdf

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