I just bought a 5920 about 2 weeks ago. I then put 4 gig of Ram in . Now I would like to put a blu-ray unit in it as Acer just just off hd and onto blu-ray. Where can I find this upgrade DVD for my 5920 ?
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Should work with a processor of the same socket type. I'd seriously upgrade the psu myself. Personally I'd upgrade the motherboard and processor to a quad core, and get the fastest ram, look at ebuyer.com, you can buy a bundle upgrade package for less than you may think. :)
If you have a USB stick plugged into the unit you may need to remove it, put it into a computer and format it. FAT file system is preferable.
If you don't have a USB stick plugged into the unit, some disks do require the extra storage for the downloadable content or using as a "swapfile". I would suggest getting a 2 or 4 Gigabyte USB stick and plug it into the back of the unit to allow for this. The Setup menu will allow you to ensure the unit sees the storage properly.
Had this issue with a Batman blu-ray awhile ago. This fixed it.
This is a common problem with Acers but usually it is the battery and the adapter. Replace the battery as well as the adapter and you shouldn't have any issues. Surges can be the main cause for this or running the laptop hot has also been the culprit.
If you install Vista on your machine be sure to back up all of the important files you have on your computer BEFORE you do the upgrade. You will most likely lose all of your files when you upgrade as it will be an operating system switch. As far as Vista goes it is, in my opinion, a better operating system than XP. The only downside is it takes a little bit more power to run it. I would not recommend upgrading unless you have at least 1 gig of RAM and a decent processor. (In order to check this simply right click on your My Computer icon and click "Properties" and you can see what you have there). If you have at least 1 gig of RAM and a decent processor then by all means upgrade!
You Can Actually Upgrade This To 2 Gig Memory.
Each Slot Will Take 1 A Gig Strip.
I,d suggest Buying another 256 mb Strip, To Put Into Slot 2.
Or Buy a 512mb ( Half Gig ) Which Will Give you 750mb With your Existing Strip Already In There. ** Recommend 1 Gigabyte Max** 2 gig of Ram in This Baby Would Probably Start Glowing.
You Can Buy DDR/266/333 In 256/512/1 Gig Strips. These Are Commonly Known As SD-RAM-Modules.
In order to see how many MHz is your desktop, please right click on your "My computer" icon and select "Properties" from the menu. It will open the system properties window. select the tab "general" and you will see how many MHz is your desktop.
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