|guys, first thing, im only 17 (turned on 24th of oct). probably younger than all of u. im learning privately. learning. learning. learning all the time. i love software and i love experimenting. but i did not have the time to learn hardware stuff maybe because of my studies. i am a bookworm too, and now my parents forced me to get a science degree. all the little info i collected and i know is just because of my hobby, my love of experimenting. its this place that i believe that would help me start a new branch of knowledge.|
Speaking about the topic, its a notebook computer, HP 1000. rain detected my CPU as intel pentium pro, i dont even know what is it. regarding all those hardware info too, its not even on the manual. it says "info may vary with model". my only chance of knowing about the real hardware specs is unscrewing up all those little knots on my notebook, a kind of risk that im afraid to take. i desperately want to, but i fear that i might damage something.
one note to you guys - yeah im not that expert in hardware. im just a amateur who *dreams* to have a career connected to computers. riider, i appreciate you saying that my google skill needs to be improved, and that using rain cpuidle whatever would not solve anything, i also feel bad too, personally. its not my intention to trouble you guys. i just want to learn. and regarding my google skills, im nt allowed to use internet all the time :(
"Had you gotten a socket 7 system or better yet, a super 7 system, you'd have numerous CPU choices (Pentium, AMD, IBM/Cyrix) at higher clock speeds, not to mentionbetter motherboard chipsets, higher front side bus speeds, bettermemory, AGP graphics, better OS & driver support, etc."
and im sorry i didnt understand this things. socket 7, super 7, ibm cyrix clock speed and rest. being a software addict, i was of the kind like "one doesnt work then try another!" and eventually something works.
the only three socket i knew about in my lifetime are USB, headphone slot and charger slot. knowledge regarding html, batch, c , little java, vbasic, i know all that stuff. bt hardware just. just flies away :(
im sorry, im still trying to learn, and i hopefully will, someday.
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