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High performance CompactFlash card

If I purchase a high performance CompactFlash card for my E-10/20N, will it reduce the time

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No, the camera controls the write time, not the media.

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Ml350 g5


Most current high-performance graphics cards (GPUs) are PCI Express (PCIe) cards. The others use the "legacy" standard known as AGP.

ML350 G5 has PCIe slots, but they are x4 or at most x8 variety: most high-performance GPUs require a PCIe x16 slot. Of course, PCIe cards are supposed to work with lower-bandwidth slots too, but that limits the performance of the card. I would not expect high-performance GPU manufacturers to do much testing with limited-performance configurations, so you would easily find yourself in the land of "unsupported".

PCI-X is a faster/wider version of PCI for servers: I don't know of any common high-performance graphics card that would use a PCI-X slot.

PCI-X is backwards compatible with plain old PCI, but I would not call any PCI graphics card "high performance" today.

Most high-performance GPUs also require more current than a standard PCIe slot can supply. That necessitates an extra power feed from the PSU to the card, but such a power feed is not often available in server-style machines.

Trying to convert a rack-mount server into a graphics monster machine is like trying to adapt a Formula-1 car for a gravel-road rally: different roles call for different designs.

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Formattting again and again my SanDisk Extreme III 4.0 Gb CompactFlash Card


Hi, It may be possible that your CompactFlash Card is nearing its end. You can try formatting it after you have downloaded into your PC all the pictures. Try to use the camera's built-in formatting function. Thereafter plug it back to your PC and use a disk checking utility such as scandisk or Norton Disk Doctor. Do an intensive check including the free space. If the disk check shows any errors, then the CompactFlash Card is no longer a reliable storage media and you are better off purchasing a replacement rather than gamble that it will still work. If for some reason, even your PC can not access the card, you have to use a file recovery program to recover/download/copy the picture files and then try the disk check utility. Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turn up or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.

Sep 09, 2007 | Cameras

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When im on the computer the monitor shuts off a box appears saying power saving enabling monitor to shut down in a few seconds and then it restarts


Windows provides the following plans to help you manage your computer's power:

  • Balanced. Offers full performance when you need it and saves power during periods of inactivity. This is the best power plan for most people.

  • Power saver. Saves power by reducing system performance and screen brightness. This plan can help laptop users get the most from a single battery charge.

  • High performance. Maximizes screen brightness and might increase the computer's performance in some circumstances. This plan uses a lot more energy and will reduce the amount of time that a laptop battery lasts between charges.
    Note

    • High performance doesn't appear on the battery meter by default. To turn on High performance, open Power Options by clicking the Start button ?id=4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33, and then clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type power options, and then click Power Options. Under Select a power plan, click Show additional plans, and then click High performance.

If these plans don't suit your needs, you can create your own power plan, using one of these plans as a starting point.

Feb 13, 2011 | Gateway 510 S PC Desktop

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Does the Bell & Howell DV65 take an external memory card, if so what kind?


Storage Memory Type: Built-in · CompactFlash Card Type I · SmartMedia Card Built-in Memory Size: 16 MB File Size (High Res.): 0.8 MB (160 images on 128MB card) File Size (Low Res.): 0.16 MB (about 800 images on 128MB card)
128 MB memory card

Jul 23, 2010 | Bell & Howell DV65 Digital Camera

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Use of an Olympus xd-picture card type m+ 2gb hugh speed


Yes, the card will work. In fact, the faster card will give you better performance in write speeds.

Apr 06, 2010 | Fuji FinePix E900 Zoom Digital Camera

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Memory card capacity


BY INCRESTING MEMORY FROM LOW TO HIGH EVEY PHONE'S PERFORMANCE WILL BECOMES DOWN. THERE IS NO ALTERNET FOR IT.
BUT DONT WORRY A HIGHR MEMORY WILL NOT REDUCE YOUR PHONE'S PERFORMANCE VERY LOW. IT EFFECT VERY LIGHT DECREAMENT IN PROFORMANCE.

DONT WORRY JUST UPGRADE YOUR MEMORY. JUST DO IT.

REGARDS

KETAN PATEL

Feb 11, 2009 | Sony Ericsson P990i Cellular Phone

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When a CompactFlash is loaded, a message of "Card Error. OK" appears and remains on the LCD monitor.


Please follow the procedure below: 1. While the message is displayed, press the center of the controller. 2. The LCD monitor and data panel will turn off . 3. Turn the Main Switch to OFF and remove the CompactFlash card from the camera. 4. If "No Card " message appears at next time the camera is activated in the recording mode, the camera and CompactFlash card are OK. 5. In case that "Card Error. OK" appears again, the CompactFlash card may be faulty. Use other card.

Sep 15, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE A1 Digital Camera

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ERROR MESSAGE: Corrupted CompactFlash card.


Storing digital picture information to a CompactFlash card (as when a digital image is taken) is similar to storing data on the hard drive of a computer -- if the process is stopped or interrupted, the information stored is not complete and, therefore, "corrupts" the storage media. A computer will display a warning message indicating that the hard drive has errors, while a camera will display a message indicating the memory card is corrupted. The CompactFlash card corruption can be caused by: * Turning off the camera power before the photo information is completely stored on the card. * Removing the card before the photo information is completely stored on it. * Taking a second picture before the camera has finished storing the previous picture. * Camera batteries that are near the end of their life and need to be replaced. Once a CompactFlash card is corrupted, it can be used again only by performing a Format procedure. IMPORTANT! When a CompactFlash card is re-formatted, any pictures stored on it will be lost forever and cannot be recovered.

Sep 14, 2005 | Polaroid PhotoMax Fun Flash 640 Digital...

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ERROR MESSAGE: Corrupted CompactFlash card.


Storing digital picture information to a CompactFlash card (as when a digital image is taken) is similar to storing data on the hard drive of a computer -- if the process is stopped or interrupted, the information stored is not complete and, therefore, "corrupts" the storage media. A computer will display a warning message indicating that the hard drive has errors, while a camera will display a message indicating the memory card is corrupted. The CompactFlash card corruption can be caused by: * Turning off the camera power before the photo information is completely stored on the card. * Removing the card before the photo information is completely stored on it. * Taking a second picture before the camera has finished storing the previous picture. * Camera batteries that are near the end of their life and need to be replaced. Once a CompactFlash card is corrupted, it can be used again only by performing a Format procedure. IMPORTANT! When a CompactFlash card is re-formatted, any pictures stored on it will be lost forever and cannot be recovered.

Sep 14, 2005 | Polaroid PhotoMax Fun 320 Digital Camera

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