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Graphics Controller Form Factor. You said you have windows 7 installed, so your memory should be working.

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Video Output Graphics Processor. Cyber Monday deals you can still get: Optical Storage Drive Type. You could also try downloading the dvd version and burning that to disk and using it.

Couldn’t this be the problem? Best Desktops for August 31st, 5. The thinkcentrf freezes before I can format the HDD, choose defaults or not, or dual boot. Especially tools which resize partitions are known to do weird things to the partition table. Intel Extreme Graphics 2.


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L2 cache – KB. It sounds a bit more scary than it really is, it basically just wipes the harddrive. Microsoft Windows XP Professional.

Audio Output Form Factor. Intel Pentium 4 3 GHz. Hard Drive Interface Type.

Cache Memory Installed Size. New components under the hood make for a faster iMac. Laptops thinkcente Dan Ackerman 10 days ago. Cluster Cluster Hard Drive. Did you just install with the defaults then tailor it as you need to?

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Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Cache Level 2 Size for systems with L3 only. And it’s not the first time.

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If windows 7 is stable I highly doubt that’s the problem. Hello jmore9 and thank you for your reply. Video Thinkcentge Graphics Processor.

August 31st, 6. That’s among the best deals of the year. I have not check the install media at the beginning, but this is the second CD I am trying so I’ve just noticed that sometimes Windows and other partitioners do weird things to the drive, and I’ve had luck using KillDisk to wipe it and then repartition using the OS’s default partitioner. Cyber Monday Newegg: