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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your cpu is called a single core, newer cpus are dual, tri or even quad core.
If you do many tasks at once for example: audio or video work, playing the latest games, then upgrading to a multi core definately speeds up responsiveness of using your computer.
While the actual clock speed is much lower (1.5GHz to 3.4GHz) these days this doesn't matter so much as newer cpus are more efficent at a lower speed, so they are able to run programs much faster than older cpus that run at a higher frequency.
If your computer is fast at the moment and fine for everything you do, i don't see the reason to upgrade.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 03, 2008
According to system specs your system is not compatible with the Core 2 Duo or Centrino Core 2 Duo. To upgrade to those chips you would need to replace the motherboard with one capable of running those chips. If you decided to do that you would almost surely need new RAM as newer boards use newer technology. By the time you did this the upgrade would not be cost effective. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
SOURCE: mac os x is not run imy pc
to install mac os is simple in dg31pr motherboard but if it does not support to u mean. u have to change in bios some setting it is change hardisk mode from ide to AHCI
Posted on May 28, 2009
I had this same problem with my MacBook Pro Intel notebook running the latest Mac OS. I went to the OKI web site ( http://my.okidata.com/pp-C5200n.nsf/openingdrivermenu?OpenFrameSet ) and downloaded the OKI C5000 GDI Intel driver. I followed the install instructions to load the driver. Next, I went to system preferences and selected printers. Then I selected the + button under printers. My current printers showed up on the list. I then selected "More Printers" and the other drivers loaded on my Mac were listed. One option was OKI USB. I selected this option THEN I plugged my USB cable from the OKI into my Notebook. The computer recognized the printer. I hit Save and I proceeded to print my first document. FYI: I spent several hours trying to get this thing to work yesterday with the USB cable already plugged in. I don't know why it would not work. This worked for me. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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