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Re: monitor blacks out after running for about 25 mins
Ok based on just the monitor turning off Lets try this,,
FOR WINDOWS XP
1.) Right click on your desktop
2.) Choose properties
3.) Click on the screen saver tab
4.) Click power
5.) Set The POWER SCHEME to Home/Office Desk
6.) Set the Turn Off monitor to Never
7.) Set the Turn Off hard disk and system Stand By to never
8.) Click apply then ok
9.) Repeat steps 1 - 3
10.) Set the wait time to 30 minutes
11.) Click Ok
12. Shut down and restart your system and wait 30 minutes to see if the monitor will shut off if it doesnt then Your good to go
If it does Then disable the screen saver.. and wait half hour to see what happens
POST BACK HERE AND TELL ME YOUR RESULTS OF THE ABOVE SO WE CAN TRY SOMETHING ELSE
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Most probably your hardware ie graphic card do not support software requirements.
Autocad 2009 system requirements for Win XP.
32-bit AutoCAD 2009
Running under Windows XP:
•Microsoft Windows XP SP2 operating system •Intel® Pentium® 4 processor or AMD Athlon®, 2.2 GHz or greater or Intel or AMD Dual Core processor, 1.6 GHz or greater •1 GB RAM •750 MB free hard disk space for installation •1024x768 VGA with true color •Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 (SP1 or higher)
If you are using AutoCAD for 3D modeling, you should bump up your system as follows:
•Intel Pentium 4 processor or AMD Athlon, 3.0 GHz or greater or Intel or AMD Dual Core processor, 2.0 GHz or greater •2 GB RAM or greater •2 GB of additional free hard disk space •1,280 x 1,024 32-bit color video display adapter (true color) 128 MB or greater, OpenGL or Direct3D capable workstation class graphics card.
You don't need a driver for your processor, the utilities for AMD processors can be found on the AMD website. You probablly lost the motherboard drivers, for that you need to go to the motherboard manufacturers website an download the drivers for the model you have. It should work with the windows default drivers
Processors don't need drivers. Drivers for your motherboard come from the motherboard manufacturer in most cases, unless you have a name brand computer in which case the come from the computer manufacturer.
There seems to be some sort of incompatibility issue between your motherboard and the Phenom, or maybe some option is not enabled in the motherboard bios that windows is only sensing half of the GHz, like if the processor is only running 2 cores instead of 4.
About the memory diference, that same problem is because the 64bit difference. Unless you have a 64bit XP you won't see the full 4GB. Windows XP is limited to 3 or 3.5GB of ram it can use, you are showing 2.75 maybe because some video board is integrated in your motherboard and it may be borrowing an extra 0.25GB from the 3GB that are usable under windows XP 32bit OS.
Please comment what motherboard you have, since the cpu alone can't be blamed nor configured.
from your reference i could get the info that your pc is running with the mainboard similar to FIC - am37,and with that the below mentioned processors are supported.
AMD Athlon? XP 2600+ (266 FSB)
AMD Athlon? XP 2400+ (266 FSB) Model 10 w/ 256K Cache
AMD Athlon? XP 2400+ (266 FSB)
AMD Athlon? XP 2200+ (266 FSB) Model 10 w/ 256K Cache
AMD Athlon? XP 2200+ (266 FSB)
AMD Athlon? XP 2100+ (266 FSB) Model 8
AMD Athlon? XP 2100+ (266 FSB) Model 6
AMD Athlon? XP 2000+ (266 FSB) Model 8
AMD Athlon? XP 2000+ (266 FSB) Model 6
AMD Athlon? XP 2000+ (266 FSB) Model 10 w/ 256K Cache
all the best..