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Paul uses 212 teaspoons of salt in each bowl of salad. How many teaspoons of salt will he need to prepare 5 bowls of salad?


Oh come on, that is so easy. Get a calculator, and multiply 212 x 5. The answer is?

Or add up this column of figures starting with the right hand column, carry the 1, add up the middle column, add the 1. Add up the left column.

212
212
212
212
212

And incidentally, as a professional chef, that is FAR TOO MUCH salt unless the salad bowl is the size of 4 baths!

212 grams would do a garbage can full.

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Won't boot


there's several issues that may be causing this issue, here's the main ones:
1: faulty RAM: RAM that is faulty can cause blue screens of death, may not get read from by the system or cuse the system not to boot up at all, remove any RAM, and replace them or if you have two, remove one and attempt a boot, if this fails:

2: Motherboard: If this fails, then it's a case of either a trip to the nearest computer shop or the internet, the old board will be simply completely dead, but if this fails... then
3:Processor: Now's your chance to upgrade your processor!!, if you wanted something faster, but didn't know what one you want, Google your chipset's list of compatible processors, and look for one with the same socket as the current one, on the top of the socket, next ti the locking screw, there should be a little nit of text, it should say something like mPGA 478P (or another socket like G3 or others, the P is important, this is the form of the socket, with most, there's two form factors, usually P or B)

If this results in still nothing, test the charger and battery, this should resolve any issues rather quickly!

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My PC has D101 GGC INTEL motherboard, and 2.66GHz Intel P4 processor and DDR SDRAM 1GB. My system starts but hangs very frequently and is extremely slow. Sometimes it doesnt boot and usually takes very...


when booting long press the delete button to enter bios, when your in, select the boot section and disable quick boot, then save and reboot, bios will check the memory or ram of your desktop.
after the test when the system reboot the same and didn't said ram fail or test fail the ram is working good.
now I'm sure that your running out of memory or lack of memory,
try to clean up your disk or delete unused files, or update the memory
probably your ram is ddr 1 pc333/400

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Power fan ok board not display processor not run


1. Make sure that the processor is correctly inserted into the slot. 2. Make sure that all the RAM modules (long sticks with little rectangles on them) are inserted correctly, and completely locked into place. 3. Make sure that the processors fan is working (if it overheats, it may have an auto function to turn off.) 4. Try removing the RAM modules one at a time and booting up. Could be a bad stick of ram preventing anything from showing. 5. Remove the processor, and boot up without it after clearing the cmos (should be a button on the motherboard, and if not, there are three pins with a little jumper on two of them that will say cmos near them, put the pin on the opposite far pin, and the middle one, then boot without the processor in, wait ten seconds, put everything back the way it was, then reboot. If all that fails, You've got me :S Good Luck

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I was given an HP Mini 1120NR netbook as a gift. The system came with Linux OS installed. My system crashed due to a power failure while I was restoring my system and simulatneously charging my battery,...


first error is step on, never install OS with bad or dead battery
rule 1. so why not stop now and do step one right.
if battery is bad it must be removed and replaced.
as most are this old. ,never seen own old battery like this still good.

This LP stink, have one new parked in attic. hated it.
love Linux do but had the slug processor.
1.60 GHz Intel Atom Processor N270
see that processor, its not a real Intel top class processor
its toy grade.
this mini is setup to boot 2 ways
1 is ROM linux inside
and 2, vista?

mine has a rom imbedded Linux in it that runs using alt boot mode.
but is hard coded in the ROM.
called RESIDENT LINUX. (or techs call it Embedded)


is that failing? or the DVD OS failing?>
the note book can have
ROM LINUX (for ever, its in A CHIP, not HDD)
+ boot hdd linux. boot hdd, XP or Vista.
as you can see you could have 2 linux,
one in rom, and newer one in HDD.
but many linux made do not support the silly ATOM processor.

which OSs are you attempting.

why not buy the HP media kit installs.

https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-mini-1100-pc-series/3875650/model/3860343

here is the driver pages
the media kits are there too.

ask more questions, i played with mine awhile., before parking it.
the claim to fame on this unit
is hDD turned off
boot to rom LINUX and battery lasts 10 hours
can cruse web and read email, on ROM.
very crafty idea but processor is stinker.
maybe ill put in an SSD and see if it can run faster. next winter

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My board does not turn on and its beeping. Ive counted 7 beeps. i tried replacing the memory with known good ones but still the beeping persist.


MSI states that 7 beeps means "Virtual mode exception error "


Explanation: Virtual mode is one of the different modes that the processor can run in. The system is reporting an error when testing this mode.
Diagnosis: There is a problem related to the processor or motherboard. Note that this doesn't mean that the processor is necessarily dead, since the system won't boot at all with a dead processor.


Not knowing the price of either your processor or the board it is hard to say what to do for the best

Good luck
AMI Beep Code Deep Code Description 1 short DRAMS refresh failure 2 short Parity circuit failure 3 short Base 64k RAM failure 4 short System timer failure 5 short Process failure 6 short Keyboard controller Gate A20 error 7 short Virtual mode exception error 8 short Display memory Read/Write test failure 9 short ROM BIOS checksum failure 10 short CMOS shutdown Read/Write error 11 short Cache Memory error 1 long, 3 short Conventional/Extended memory failure 1 long, 8 short Display/Retrace test failed AWARD Beep Code Deep Code Description 1 Long, 2 Short A video error has occurred and the BIOS cannot intialize the video screen to display any additional information

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Power loss after 2 seconds from booting up.


Best solution I can think of is Step by Step

Remove those items again and Step by Step, 1 by 1 install each item.

If each item installs ok one by one, then leave in one item at a time. Slow process yes, but you might find which item is causing the conflict.

If you install smething an the machine fails Remove it and the Item before it, then install the Item that failed and try it again.

If it fails then it could be the item not the PSU.

If it fails because of all the items... Then you may need to upgrade your PSU

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Computer will not boot to windows. the screen displays phoenix - awardbios v6.oopg, an energy star ally copyright(c) 1984-2004, phoenix tehcnologies, ltd p4m800-m7 (pm48m309 bf) main processor: intel(r)...


The light you're referring to is the HDD Activity Lamp.
(HarDDrive)

It blinks green when it's operating, and orange for inactivity, or not operating.

You're getting to the BIOS Post screen, but BIOS is handing over the computer to the Operating System.
(Windows XP is an example of an O/S)

When you press the Power On button;

1) A temporary connection is made from the motherboard to the power supply. A 5 volt circuit is made. This turns the power supply on. (Soft Power On)

2) The BIOS chipset, is the first chipset to receive power. (Chipset is a slang term for IC. Integrated Circuit)

The BIOS program, ( 64MB in size), looks to see what all devices are connected.
(Harddrive, optical drives, mouse, keyboard, etc.)

3) Then BIOS does a Ram Memory count,

4) Turns the Processor on,

5) Then hands the computer over to the Operating System.

It looks like BIOS has recognized your Intel Pentium 4 processor, (2.66GHz frequency rate, 533MHz FSB), but hasn't turned the processor on.

[Let me stop,and explain something real quick.
Where you see -
Intel (r) Pentium (r) 4 cpu 2.66ghz (133x20.0)

The r stands for Registered. Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.

It's a Pentium 4 model.

2.66GigaHertz is the Frequency Rate. Slang term for frequency rate is 'Speed'.
Giga = Approximately 1 Billion
Hertz stands for Cycles per Second.

At maximum capacity, your Pentium 4 processor can operate, at a 2.66 Billion Cycles per Second frequency rate.

133 stands for 133Mhz. 133 MegaHertz.
Mega = Approximately 1 Million

This is the Clock Rate. Intel processors are 'Quad-Pumped', so the FSB is actually 533MHz.
(FSB = Front Side Bus)

The 20.0 is the multiplier.
20 times 133Mhz = 2600 Mhz,
or 2.66GHz ]

Now, why is the processor not turning on?

Suspect the Power Supply.
Not enough power to turn the Processor on.

1.ALL the lights for your computer use less than 1 Watt.
2.EACH fan uses 2 to 3 Watts.

3.A typical processor uses 55 to 125 Watts!

(The Processor hasn't been turned on, so nothing else is receiving power yet)

This is the basic specifications for your processor,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Pentium_4_microprocessors#Prescott_.2890.C2.A0nm.29

Scroll down the left column of the list.
Where you see Pentium 4 505, Pentium 4 505J, and Pentium 4 506. Your processor is one of these three.

Scroll across. You will see 2667 MHz. 2667Mhz is rounded off to 2660 MHz, or 2.66GHz.

You will see 533M/T as you scroll across.
M/T stands for MegaTransfers. A more accurate description of FSB. Front Side Bus.

Scroll further across. You will see 20x. This is the Multiplier. (Look up)

Lastly scroll across a little further. You will see 84W.
This stands for 84 Watts.
Your processor operating at maximum load, uses 84 watts.

Why do I suspect the power supply?
Because it's the number 1 thing to fail in a computer.

Electrolytic Capacitors fail inside, or are failing.
They have Electrolytic Paste inside them.
The paste has developed a gas, (Hydrogen gas), and has popped seals for the capacitor's case.

This results in Electrolytic Paste slowly oozing out of the capacitor, and resulting in the capacitor failing, or has failed.

Electrolytic Capacitors are used as Filters in a computer power supply. They filter the incoming AC electricity from your house, and the outgoing DC electricity made from the power supply.

When capacitors are failing, or have failed, they create a bad power rail.

There are three main power rails in a computer power supply.
1) The 3.3 Volt power rail
2) The 5 Volt power rail
3) The 12 Volt power rail.

With a weak power rail due to failing capacitors, or a bad power rail due to failed capacitors, you do not have enough power to turn the processor on.

Solution?

Use a known, good, compatible power supply for a test. If the power supply is found to be bad, replace it.

Questions?

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