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Operating systems In a multi threaded process models, how can we suppot that a switch between two threads takes less time if it is with in the same process. Can u give me adetailed explanation for that. Thank you so much,swathi.

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My computer Ever sham e-style ii suddenly stop to give out sound,spekers connected perfectly and sound driver available.

Have you done any operating system updates lately? If so, this may be the cause for the sound not working anymore.

Roll back to a previous point in time with System Restore from Windows. The link to get started can be found here:

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How to thread the bobbin on an Elna 3005. I have lost the instruction book. (Your category does not include sewing machines)

This are the instructions from Wiki for Elna 1500, which is a similar model:
" First, raise the presser foot lever and turn the flywheel towards you to raise the thread take-up lever to its highest point.
Next,, place your spool of thread on the horizontal post and hold in place with the spool cap. You know that little nick in the spool where you tuck your thread so the spool won't unravel? Make sure that nick is pointing to the right.
Now draw your thread to the left and "click" it into the little silver loop. A 1" oval thread guide sits to the left of that silver loop; draw your thread around the left of the thread guide.
Now you're going to loop your thread through the tension discs. You'll see two "cracks" in your machine. First run your thread DOWN through the RIGHT crack, then immediately UP through the LEFT crack.
At the top of the LEFT crack is your silver thread take-up lever. This is probably the trickiest part of threading your machine because the lever is always kind of inside the machine. But you can do it! Pass your thread from RIGHT to LEFT through the back of the loop at the top of the silver lever.
Whew! We're almost there.
Now draw your thread right back down the same crack you pulled it up before. You now have two stationary guides above your needle. Pass it through the thick silver guide and then through the thin silver guide. Both of these moves are kind of a left-to-right motion.
Now thread your needle from FRONT to BACK.
You're done -- well, except for the bobbin.
Hold your bobbin spool above the bobbin case so that it looks like a letter "P" Draw the bobblin thread from RIGHT to LEFT through the small crack in the silver part of the bobbin case, then pull the thread straight toward the back of the machine.
Now turn your flywheel one revolution toward you so that your upper thread picks up the bobbin thread. Now close your bobbin cover, and SEW!
Congratulations! You did it!

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Machine check exception

it is hardware problem change power supply unit and try

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Our emachines el1200-06w runs very slow after sitting idle for any length of time - when we start it up, it runs OK, but later it almost stops - takes very long time to process. we run defender pro 2011...

You need to upgrade your memory to the maximum allowed by your motherboard which in your model is expandle to 4gb of ram max. You should be fine with the cpu that you have, just don't be running high gaming, digital editing, programs. You shouldn't multi task that much either too, because your cpu isn't meant to handle that much of a thread. But adding memory will solve the slow unresponsive promblem you are dealing with. Your computer should accept ddr2 memories. Remember don't go over 4gb, otherwise your computer won't function correctly.

Jan 30, 2011 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Turn on the computer it doe's not boot. The power light comes on and starts to blinking and an alarm sound timed to the blinking power light. Same problem with the hard drive disconnected. all voltages...

Check your RAM modules one at a time. First make sure they are both tight in the slot. then take one out and see if that resolves the problem. If so then that module is bad.if not put it back in and take the other out. and a 3rd if you have one. If it doesn't help post back to this thread and tell me how many times it's beeping and in what order (e.g. 2 beeps pause 3 beeps). They are diagnostic codes and also exactly what computer you have make and model and operating system (XP, Vista, etc.).
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Oct 28, 2010 | Gateway PC Desktops

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Blue screen lock out numbert9 on keyboard

Hard to say what the problem is, particularly without knowing what OS, what recent symptoms or changes to your system, etc.
For starters, see articles here and here. (Troubleshooting the startup process.) Refer to the instructions for the 0x0000007E System Thread Exception not handled that pertain to your OS.
Check the keyboard connection, try a different keyboard. Press F8 at startup and try Last known good configuration, or safe mode, and have a look at the event viewer to find out what kind of errors have recently been reported there. Etc, etc...depending...

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!

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IBM Intellistation z 6221-3m8 computer

It will run faster only if the applications are multi-threading capable. Nearly all older apps cannot take advantage of multi-threading, but some of the newest apps are starting to be coded to take advantage of multiple cores/threads. You may also have to update the OS for it to recognize the second core.

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Lightscribe dvd/cd super multi drive electing all by itself.

It may be a hardware problem. If it starts ejecting as soon as you switch on the system i.e. before booting into the operating system then it is definitely a hardware problem. Take the drive to the service centre and get it fixed. Or if it happens when you are using windows then it might be a prank program or a virus. Check your running processes and make sure all are right. (You can google the process name and check the results)

May 18, 2009 | HP PC Desktops

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PC question, ignore if you don't have time

The HT feature increases the performance. well if your computer runs better I suppose it would be better to have it on, but if it slows things down then I would close it.

Heres what wikipedia says about the performance


The advantages of Hyper-Threading are listed as: improved support for multi-threaded code, allowing multiple threads to run simultaneously, improved reaction and response time.
According to Intel, the first implementation only used an additional 5% of the die area over the comparable non-hyperthreaded processor, yet yielded performance improvements of 15–30%.
Intel claims up to a 30% speed improvement compared against an otherwise identical, non-simultaneous multithreading Pentium 4. The performance improvement seen is very application-dependent, however, and some programs actually slow down slightly when Hyper Threading Technology is turned on. This is due to the replay system of the Pentium 4 tying up valuable execution resources, thereby starving the other thread. (The Pentium 4 Prescott core gained a replay queue, which reduces execution time needed for the replay system, but this is not enough to completely overcome the performance hit.) However, any performance degradation is unique to the Pentium 4 (due to various architectural nuances), and is not characteristic of simultaneous multithreading in general.

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Aug 06, 2008 | IBM IntelliStation M Pro 6219 PC Desktop

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Janome MyLock 744D I have been loaned this overlocker and cannot work out how to thread the final loop/eye (before the 'needle') of the right-hand bobbin. The loop/eye is positioned under the footplate....

The 744D I have does not automatically thread. There is a tiny L shaped metal piece that you push toward that back of the machine and it pulls that little eye out so you can see it. When it is threaded, then you pull that little L shaped thing back. I wish I could show you, it's hard to explain since I don't know the technical name for parts!

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