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Using DVD-RAM disc under Windows XP

Saturday, January 6th, 2007

DVD-RAM discThe main advantage of DVD-RAM disc over standard DVD R/RW disc is that it can be used as regular drive storage, something like floppy disk but with huge capacity (4.7 GB). All you need is DVD recorder that supports DVD-RAM (most new ones).
Follow these simple steps to start using DVD-RAM under Windows XP.

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Removing DVD-RAM disc from cartridge

Saturday, January 6th, 2007

Removing DVD-RAM disc from cartridgeIf you have DVD-RAM disc in a cartridge and your DVD recorder does not support cartridges, you need to remove the disc from its cartridge.

Instructions:

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How to enable AMD Cool’n’Quiet in Windows

Thursday, March 16th, 2006

AMD Cool'n'QuietCPUs are getting faster, hotter (and noisier due to more powerful cooling), and they consume more and more energy.

Most of the time processors are idling, so why not reduce their speed and voltage? This is where Cool’n’Quiet technology comes in. It allows the system to dynamically and automatically select CPU voltage and speed, depending on performance need. These changes can happen up to 30 times per second.

All AMD Athlon 64 CPUs have Cool’n’Quiet technology . You just need to enable it…

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