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Intel celeron cpu 2.40 ghz,the sreen resolution is too low,the color quality endup on [4 bit].so i dont get a clear screen.

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Have installed latest driver for your motherboard and it got nothing to do with the processor. The screen resolution is generated by Graphics or video chips of MB. Check the device any yellow questions for driver if any try install all the drivers first. If problem persist give all details of system.

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I wish that I had better news for you.

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This is from Fixya website;
http://www.fixya.com/support/t1531241-acer_5315_series_laptop_get_better
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Franky if you dont understand cpu's then you shouldn't really be answering this question in the cpu world a 2.8 ghz cpu is not always a 2.8ghz cpu for instance this one has half the cash of a P4 cpu meaning it can only do half the work at the same time so in P4 terms this is only a 1.8 P4 equivilent so a 2.8 P4 will be a big improvement.

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