My fathers friend own a very old hitachi latop, pentium processor 200mhz, can only accomodate win98, i repalced the harddrive for itwas already malfunctioning. Upon the instalklation of the win98, the video driver is not supported. I tried to search it from the HITACHI site but since its an old laptop supports are not available. It came from japan so the readable model # is PC-AP5310. The viewing area is 4x5 inches since the color configuration has max of 16 colors. Im just tryiung my luck that someone who have the same laptop might read this and share his driver with me.
hope you could help me, as ive said my friends father is pleading to have it fixed
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Here's What You Need to Use Windows XP
->PC with 300 megahertz or higher processor clock speed recommended; 233 MHz minimum required (single or dual processor system);* Intel Pentium/Celeron family, or AMD K6/Athlon/Duron family, or compatible processor recommended ->128 megabytes (MB) of RAM or higher recommended
->1.5 gigabytes (GB) of available hard disk space* ->Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher-resolution video adapter and monitor ->CD-ROM or DVD drive ->Keyboard and Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device **Note if you are using the minimium hardware configurations your old Laptop will be very slow.
Upgrading your OS ie Win98 -> WinXP
1. You have to check if your old laptop whether it has any additional RAM slot for additional RAM. (Many older Laptops only have intergrated RAM built-in on the the mainboard).
2. Download the necessary XP drivers from the Manufacturer sites or do a search for the devices on the net.
Sounds like your YBL-Y Buffer lower board is going out. There are 3 boards here. The Y buffer upper which controls the top half of the display, The Y buffer lower controls the bottom half and the Y-SUS main control those two boards. They work in unison. Usually if one goes out you have to replace all. You can also get lucky and just repalce the YBL and all may be well. Now if they are vertical lines up and down the OSD-On screen display, then this is indicitive on dry solder joints on the D, G E, F boards. Hope this helps...
Here is some information may be useful to you.
Socket 1 169 pins 486 SX/DX
Socket 2 238 pins 486 SX/DX/DX2
Socket 3 237 pins 486 SX/DX/DX2/DX4
Socket 6 235 pins 486 DX4
Socket 4 273 pins Pentium 60 en 66MHz
Socket 5 320 pins Pentium 75 t/m 200MHz
Socket 7 321 pins Pentium, AMD K6/K6-2/K6-3, Cyrix M1/M2
Socket 8 387 pins Pentium Pro 150 - 200MHz
Slot 1 242 pins PII, PIII en Celeron
Slot 2 330 pins PII Xeon en P III Xeon
Socket 370 370 pins PIII, Celeron, Cyrix III
Socket 423/478 423/478 pins Pentium4
Socket 603 603 pins Pentium4 Xeon
PAC418 418 pins Intel Itanium
PAC611 611 pins Intel Itanium 2
Slot A 242 pins Athlon
Socket A 453 pins Athlon, Athlon XP, Athlon MP and Duron
Socket 754 754 pins AMD Athlon 64
Socket 940 940 pins AMD Opteron
Conclusion: You can not upgrade beacuse Armada M700 has a pentium III processor with 370 pins. So the Socket 478 pinned pentium is not suitable.
Advise: Try to exchange it with a new laptop or buy a used laptop for suitabl configuration