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September 25, 2013, 08:56:50 PM
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There is an a bit odd rule about newbie here...


So if i'm not misunderstanding i have to finnish that post and wait 4 hours in order to post here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252695.0

So i'll use it to explain what happen to me.

I unfornately killed my 4820tg motherboard while changing thermal paste (or whatever the name is in english). One of the RAM card was misplaced when i built it up back in one piece and i haven't noticed.

So now the motherboard make 4 bips and then shut off. Whatever how many (and what type) of RAM you put in it. And it's still doing it even after a CMOS clear.

So if anyone have any idea how to fix my computer it would be great. In the other case i'll see with awgylas if his 4820TG have the HD6550M graphics and if it is i suppose i'll look forward to buy it.

Oh, and BTW i need it because Timeline-X are the only computer i know powerfull enough to run the software i need to word (CATIA, Solidworks, etc... in really hard mechanical dimensionning calculus) light and compact enough to be picked-up (14" 2.2cm thick and around 8kg... well, try to do better with powerfull specs...) and with a long enough running time to hold for an entire day (i achieved 10h long run on battery).

Voila, voila :3

That's all for now folks ! Have a nice day.
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September 26, 2013, 04:41:29 AM
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Actually the 4 hour rule is not in use anymore.... As you can see, you are already a Jr member...

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