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Ibm intel(R) pentium (R)4 cpu 2.80GHz 256 ram..this are the spec of my machine..thank you so much...wish me luck..

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The 2.8 is a good processor and you won't be able to tell much if any difference if you upgrade to the 3.0. Upgrade the memory to 1g, this will make a huge difference. You're welcome.

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Need more ram



ThinkPad X41


Standard Features

This ram module, can bought in a computer store, or in a online shop. I recommed 2 gb, for better perfomance.
A computer repair shop can help you change the ram module.
This ram type cost around 100 dollars each.

More info here:

http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/Category:X41

LENOVO has the support for your pc:

http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloads/default.page?selector=expand

At this site you can find more files, like drivers and the manual.

Good luck

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I have IBM p6 motherboard with processor Intel 1.8ghz/256/400/1.75v Processor had demaged. I replaced with Intel 1.8ghz/512/400/1.525v When I starts the system it gave error "0167 no processor bios...


I suggest this is not going to work.
1.Your motherboard is supplying 1.75 DC volts of electricity to the processor socket.
You have installed either a SSpec number SL68Q, or SL62P,
Intel Pentium 4 processor. (The sSpec number is on the top of the processor case)

These Intel Pentium 4 processors use 1.425 to 1.525 DC volts of electricity. If you haven't already, you are going to burn this processor up.

Also, the Intel Pentium 4 that you had before, is based on the Willamette Core. (180nm) These earlier Pentium 4's did not have HT.
Hyperthreading Technology.

The Intel Pentium 4 you have in it now, is based on the Northwood Core. (130nm) These Pentium 4's come with HT.

Even if you could go into your BIOS Setup utility, and change the CPU voltage, and lower it, the HT in the processor you have now, wouldn't work on this motherboard.
(CPU stands for Central Processing Unit. Another name is Microprocessor, or simply -> Processor)

You won't be able to lower the voltage in BIOS Setup, for this processor. IF you did, then you would change the Front Bus Speed, and the ram memory wouldn't work.

Solution?
Obtain an Intel Pentium 4 processor, that uses the Socket 478 processor socket, has a 400MHz FSB, and is based on the Willamette Core.

Here is a list of Willamette Core, Intel Pentium 4 Microprocessors, that will work,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Pentium_4_microprocessors#.22Willamette.22_.28180_nm.29

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My disk drive was lost


no it's not lost still there
right click my computer then properties
hardware then device manager scroll in there and see if your dive shows there then let me know

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UpGrade


download cpuz it will tell your specs

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UpGrade


you could only upgrade the processor and RAM in this condition i.e.

you can only change your an upgraded p-III processor like 1.0 GHz, 1.1 GHz or 1.3GHz and
upgrade the RAM by changing to 256 in each slot.

that is all what u can do with ur pc

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AX4BS-v intel chipset pentium 4 sd ram
MX4GE socket 478 pentium 4
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About sdram


If you are trying to run xp you are better off having at least 256 ram and even some of todays programs like office 2007 need of 1 Gig of ram. It will run on lees but very slowly. What type of computer have you?

Sean

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