with the 2.4GHz AMD Turion Dual Core TL66 processor, that i put in, the laptop ran really hot, even with a laptop cooling stand the whole left side of the keyboard would heat up, am suprised at how hot cpu's can run!
looks like i will have to go back to 64 bit after all...
i installed far cry 2 yesterday..mounted a virtual drive onto laptop so dont have to carry external optical drive...that extra 4 gb would be pretty cool
still looking to upgrade the cpu again..that info on cpu's looks very interesting
i wonder if kingston doesa 500gb ssd?
stupid question coming up..
have you upgraded bios from acer site?
I used the ram from, my old ferrari 1100,
2 x DDR II SDRAM and 500gb western digital hhd also i had to put Original FOne processor back in this morning
I was told by acer tech that i could not upgrade the CPU, but did it anyway, so its up to you, me personnaly i would try the 2 x 4gb so-dimm, if it dont work just put the original ram back in...but thats me
I know i have voided the warrenty, but thats...
when i was running windows 7 64 bit, with 4gb it only said 39*** something was in use, now i am using vista home premium 32 bit it shows all 4gb in use? (unless windows 7 shows more detailed info, under systems)
its funny where i work all the pcs are the same spec and ghosted from the same disc, but they all have different problems...go figure
my ferrari one, shipped with windows 7, and its failed to start on numerous times since i got, i did mention in my thread i had upgraded the ferrari one with ram and cpu from ferrari 1100, and thought this might be the problem, but looking on the net windows 7 seems to have alot of incompatibilities, i updated the software and with updates from ms and acer including bios update and it made no difference at all
i wiped the disk and installed vista about 2hrs ago and have...
got windows 7 on this and it keeps crashing, comes up with kernel power error, seems alot of people having same problem.
After trying all ideas i could find, i was advised to put original processor back in , no way am i going backwards (if that makes any sense?), so i wiped the drive and installed vista, and it runs just like it should, nice and quick .
was worried that i would get driver issues but all drivers are accounted for...
Originally Posted by qhn
Interesting. Would be interesting when you run some benchmark as well. The AMD L310 CPU coupling with the ATI Radeon HD3200 is supposed to top any current netbooks performance at the moment.
i know what it is, but how do you do this?
do i need software?