Help - New AMD64 3500+ - XP Copys Files Slow.
In anycase, do try it out first! Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? If you have a lot of time, what about removing various bits of hardware (always start with the sound card, in my experience) and try the whole reinstall process again? I checked on the D-Bracket. It is stopped on the following 'Boot Attempt - Description is 'This will set low stack and boot via INT 19h' Stuff I have tried so this contact form
Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft Support BSOD, Crashes And Hangs Windows 10 Support Windows 8, 8.1 Support Windows 7, Vista Support Windows My mashine is Athlon 1.8+, 512 RAM and I use the default kernel and drivers - I haven't installed anything else than the updates. Everything on my Ubuntu 7.10 32bit looks OK but the speed of copy and system performance is definitely not OK! As soon as it uses graphics card (obviously not happening in safe mode) in any meaningfull way it will start putting load on the chip and heat it up. you could check here
xequenceSeptember 27th, 2005, 01:40 AMXP takes FOREVER to change the background for me e.e And I use a stripped down version of it, supposed to be really fast. I found Warty faster than Windows 2000 on my old 800Mhz machine, and now Hoary boots faster and feels more responsive on my Athlon. My main OS is on a SATA drive but it was working and has been working fine for ages so I dunno what the hell has gone wrong Anyone got It's certainly not normal behaviour for Ubuntu.
WD drives have lots of jumper settings. I think, a new driver will solve this problem, but I don´t know where to find it.... All hunky-dory. I'm thinking about springing for a Linux laptop (I have a 17" PowerBook, and I never reboot that thing...).
I had to reformat cause windows xp wouldnt load. Source share|improve this answer answered Jul 22 '11 at 9:25 admintech 6,50011840 Hmm... We were wondering if this is still an issue? go to this web-site christoossSeptember 26th, 2005, 04:47 PMIm sorry to see you go.
Win2000pro takes like 40mins to load if that long, you have got something seriously squirelly going on. Hello Gammyhand Most people are not experiencing the slowness you are referencing (I'm running Ubuntu on an Athlon64 with 512 MB ram and it is extremly fast, it even works on Nonetheless, it was late and I had some free time, so I downloaded the latest version of the PGP client purely out of curiousity. This happened to me once - Hang on IDE detection / long time before booting XP - Removed a Titan 120mm case-fan from Mobo 3-pin - Booted perfectly.
Press power on button 2. Léa GRIS (lea-gris) wrote on 2008-04-20: #40 Download full text (3.5 KiB) Same here with Ubuntu 7.10 in a Shuttle SN25P Nforce4 chiipset and Seagate ST3160023AS 160GB, CPU AMD Athlon(tm) 64 I have > to copy around 1Tb, and I'm expecting it to take 8 days!!! I also have a radeon 9800 pro.
One with XP the other with Server 2003. If problem presists, please apply for an RMA and send back themotherboard. Now I've never used AMD64, but I would imagine the 386/686/k7 kernels wouldn't even be available for the AMD64 build, right? http://inc1.net/help/help-support-files-problems.html Exactly the same as before.
An 800mhz P3 with 384mb ram at work runs windows XP faster than my athlon 64 3500+ with 1gb ram can run ubuntu. Trouble is finding out which one - if it is that - is going to be a bit of a bugger. I really tried to get on with Ubuntu but I am going to buy a new copy of windows and be happy that I won't want to smash my keyboard through
Kristleifur Daðason (kristleifur) wrote on 2009-08-28: #129 Hi all, I was moving disks around on my motherboard because the SATA cables blocked a video card.
oh, one more fun thing. Shane Rice (shane2peru) wrote on 2010-02-17: #154 On Wed, 2010-02-17 at 19:17 +0000, ivanxx wrote: > I'm on an AMD64 2.6.31-19-generic #56-Ubuntu SMP and experiencing the > same problem... > > First make sure all the drives are jumpered correctly. My bet is that the chip fan is slowing down enough to let it overheat.
This has not fixed the slow boot up. DancingSunSeptember 27th, 2005, 09:51 PMBefore you ditch Ubuntu, try this how-to: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=53094 It sounds like this might be the problem you're having. that catapults me up to 36 KB/s... –peterchen Jul 22 '11 at 9:48 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Since admintech's answer helped some, add these related commands to soDo, Feb 22, 2005 #1 Sponsor Skivvywaver Joined: Mar 18, 2001 Messages: 13,939 Ram is bad possibly also.
I'd say ram but what do I know? Thats it just hangs there. So I thought I would go into BIOS just to double check stuff. Re-set go into BIOS. Just comes up with a load of garbled rubbish Sometimes the boot hang up in "Detecting IDE driver" section after the DVDRW detection (probably when is looking for SATA storage unit) 2.