Does Intel T8100 Support 64 Bit ?Dec 1, 2009
I have a Sony PCG 8112L with an Intel Core Duo T8100 processor. Will this processor support 64 bit Windows 7?
I have a Sony PCG 8112L with an Intel Core Duo T8100 processor. Will this processor support 64 bit Windows 7?
Installed Win 7 over an old Intel 865GBF main board (Intel Extreme on board graphics controller with shared mem). Getting the graphics drivers to work is so frustrating!!
Everything works fine except:
It installs the standard VGA driver by default -- which doesn't allow my LCD/TV to go full res (1680x1050). Also, no updates for the same.
If I install the Intel drivers from the website, (in XP compatibility mode) they work fine, except keep hanging whenever there is any video playing (WMP / Flash / etc) and generally Windows 7 becomes crashy/hangy. There are no drivers for the 865 mobo from Intel (only support till winXP).
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I have tried to find out for myself but my search came up cold, i could not find anything.
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It seems some of the most advanced Intel Processors doesnt support XPMode
for eg: Core 2 Quad Q8200 and Core 2 Duo E7400 wont support XPMode
so here is complete list of Intel Processors(both desktop and Mobile) that support XPMode:
Core 2 Duo
Core 2 Extreme
Core 2 Quad
Core i7/Core i7 Extreme
Pentium D/Pentium EE
Pentium for Desktop
Mobile CPU products
Core 2 Duo Mobile
P7350/7450 NO P7370 YES
Core 2 Extreme Mobile
Core 2 Quad Mobile
Core 2 Solo
Intel to Add support for Intel Virtualization for
Core 2 Quad Q8300,
Core 2 Duo E7500,
Core 2 Duo E7400,
Pentium E5400 and
So the Processor bought after June 12 will support Hardware Virtualization
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The only way I know of to find a particular page again is to write down my steps (like in a word processor) and then retrace them. Just wondering if I'm missing something or if there is an easier way?
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I see no controller listed as anything in the device listing, nor an unknown port, etc.
[The following are not the problems i faced on Windows XP]. I've connected my PC via HDMI 1.3!
I installed Windows 7 x64 in my PC. The real big problems i'm facing is with Nvidia.
1. First thing scaling didn't work i tried to fix it but no hopes. Good my monitor had built in scaling.
2. 59hz monitor refresh rate is another pain. My display works perfect in 60.001hz @ 1920x1200 resolution but it still resets to 59hz. Nvidia in there latest driver has informed that its the problem with Windows 7 OS. And microsoft says there is no theartical difference from 59hz and 60hz. Well there is huge difference especially when your play movies via DXVA in Media player classic home cinema where you your full colour range and shaders which causes some kind of boxing and not artifacts! Everything was proper in Windows Xp
3. Finally i don't about other but i've noticed massive difference in colour depth which is set to 32-bit but its showing only 24-bit colours which can easily be noticed in movies and games like Crysis. HDMI 1.2 supports upto 24-bit colour. But PC or PS3 has HDMI 1.3 which support 32-bit same as DVI connection. My monitor has upto 48-bit colour depth so the difference in colours while in 24-bit can be easily noticed.
Seriosuly is this a design flaw or enabling these would cause different problems. If any one has got a solution for this i would be happy to hear!
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Of course my computer is ok with 64bit (my primary OS is Win 7 64 bit).
Is Microsoft VPC not compatible with 64 bit guest systems?
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2) Can I use windows 64 bit with 4 modules of ddr3?
3) Can windows 7 64 bit configure 32 bit memory channels?
4) Can I expect windows 7 64 bit to configure 128 bit width memory on dual channels 4 modules, or 256 bit width on dual channel 4 modules? (32 bit x 4 ddr3 modules)
5) Do I need to get a windows 7 64 bit + 32 bit OS package to use both 32 bit and 64 bit width memory configure?
7) Can windows run in 64 bit mode while use 32 bit architecture?
8) Can windows 7 64 bit be restricted to 32 bit when needed? or will I need a package that has suport for both 32 bit and 64 bit?
I'm asking because most all games I check on play with 32 bit os and only need 64 bit for DX11 graphics. I think one OS that can run both 32 and 64 bit with a click or switch users could be what I am looking for.
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I like the snippet tool, about time, wish there was a key shortcut, similar to OS X -
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Installed the MACKIE ASIO driver and nothing, not even a POP UP saying NEW DEVICE found.
This is a shame if this turns out to be true as the lack of Vista driver (more than one year after Vista came out), made me go to a Mac for the past year.
Was hoping the vista driver would work, especially since it's a standard ASIO audio driver for Vista.
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Can anybody help me, I have found part of the solution but am still unable to install the Lightscribe system software.
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Without internet access I can not send MS feedback or get updates.
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Looks like Microsoft listened, because with the new 7048 Build they have windows drivers for nforce 3 chipsets, particularly the networking controller that we havent had support for. So glad they were able to get us a driver! Not sure if nvidia had anything to do with it since it was not off their site, it just recognized it and installed automatically.
So to anyone else that has avoided the beta, or is using a PCI Network card, now you can pull it out and use the native driver with the 7048 build.
I just wanted to ask why i can't play some RTS games or any games in general in 1280 x 1024 resolution?
I use to have windows vista 64 and games could play on that resolution with out any problem but when i updated to windows 7 they stopped.
Is there something i have to install in order for this to work in windows 7?
P.S--I have already updated my drivers.
With new builds appearing almost weekly & the RTM just around the corner, i thought i'd ceate a poll just to get a general view of how people will go about accuiring the RTM when it hits the shelves.
BTW, in support of Microsoft I voted for 'Buy it'
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If not does anyone know of a Vista or Win 7 hack that will allow the full use of all the cores?
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My system is a Asus L1N84 WS SLI FX74 This system has two physical processors on it. So its two dual cores making it 4 cores.(this is the main focus of this thread being started)
I have had this system since vista was new.
When I biult this system I ordered a copy of Vista Home Premium
When I got it up and running I noticed that when I went to system info it said I had 2 processors. Well I called Asus and AMD and Microsoft. And all of them said that the reason I was seeing two processors is because I have two processors. Me not wanting to hear it did alot of research until I found one thing that told me I was just being told what they thought would get me off the phone with them. And I am having the same issue with Windows7 RC1
What I told them is that is not a good answer because my previous system said I had 2 processors and that system was an AMD 4200 X2
So it said 2 processors and it was just ONE dual core.
Not to mention that this board got a horrible write up against Intel which caused AMD to trash the whole 4x4 idea. Bad for them because this is one hell of a system with all four cores running. Which were not running during those benchmarks against the Intel quad 6700 at the time. Remember I said I installed Vista Home premium.
Well it turned out while I was searching Microsofts web site I looked at the differences between Vista Home premium and ULTIMATE. There was my answer staring me right in the face.... Ultimate was the only version that had MULTI PHYSICAL CPU SUPPORT! So I then purchased Vista Ultimate and checked the amount of processors in the system window and also In CPUZ . And there they were......4 processors... Needless to say that I quickly benchmarked it again on pcpitstop and 3dmark 06 and on pcpitstop my numbers doubled!!!
Literally DOUBLED. Because now the other processor was being utilized.
I add in here about the issue with the Intel benchmark just to say that this system is and was totally comparable to any intel system at that time and AMD scrapped it because of a faulty test!!! The sites that did their reviews were only running one of the dual cores which is why it was only slightly better then one FX 60 in there reports!! THIS is over DOUBLE and FX 60 with all 4 cores running!
Anyway... Now to the issue about Windows7 ULTIMATE........
THEY didnt put that support in Windows7 Ultimate making it no good to use with a server board!! And now I have this OS in here and am only running on 2 cores AGAIN!!! What will microsoft do to fix this issue for all the people that want to run Windows7 in their servers boards INSTEAD of the new WINDOWS SERVER 2008?
How do I get my processors to show up?? Anyone have any answers?
The Microsoft technical support told me that they cannot answer that and I would have to call technical support after I purchase Windows7 and have the issues!! WHY WOULD I WANT TO PURCHASE IT WITH THIS ISSUE !!! ANYONE?? Help please? Microsoft?
Just to clarify the post above for anyone that says it.... I have ULTIMATE . that IS the RC1. And it says 2 processors and cpuz which said 4 before I installed this NOW says 2!
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