I have had my studio 1737 for ages now.. I took it apart today to steal a U.Fl connector for my eeepc and i noticed a sim card slot on the board (remove the battery and you access it there) is it a modem or back up thing? Any ideas
Just getting more acclimated with my laptop and I was looking underneath the battery and noticed there's a little slot and an image that looks like it will take a micro sd card.
Anyone know what this is used for? I would imagine some kind of service module. Just to be clear, this is NOT the multi-card reader on the side of the computer, but physically beneath the battery (when flipped over).
I was playing with my computer and I noticed that in the battery compartment, there is a compartment for something that looked like a sim card, so I busted out the user manual (for the first time) and looked it up, and sure enough it's a slot for a sim card.
Anyway, I'm wondering what that slot does, which I'm probably guessing mobile broadband? HSDPA/EVDO?
Does anyone here actually use the sim card slot, and is there something special you need or can you just go to a local AT&T store and buy a sim card with HSDPA?
For those with the new Sony Vaio Z11, how does the Sony MS card and the SD memory cards fit in their respective slots? Once inserted, are they flush against the notebook body contour or do they stick out?
Also, is there a locking mechanism that holds the cards in place? Or are the cards just wedged in there
I want to upgrade the RAM of my laptop, but before I buy a second card, I wanted to make sure that the computer would be compatible with it. I opened it up to access the RAM, but when I tried to put the card that was already installed into the second slot, it wouldn't fit. It appears to be the right size, but it will not fit in the slot.
Alright I have looked at every single piece of literature I can find and I am stumped. I have an eMachines EM250 (mechanically identical to the AO D250) and I can not for the life of me figure out what the small card slot on the bottom of the computer is. I know the memory slot and the HDD slot but the third slot is a mystery. I think it is a mini-PCI slot for a solid state memory module but I'd like to find a definitive answer before I go any further.
I just reveiced my Lenovo Thinkpad x240 20AL000AAU with SD card reader integrated.
I inserted an SD card standard size and the card is read properly, I can access all the files and I can write on it.
The problem is that I cannot extract the card from the SD card slot!
If I right-click on SD card in My Computer and choose eject, it says that it is safe to remove the card. If I select "Safely remove Hardware and eject media" it tells me that it is safe to remove it...but the card is stuck inside!
I read somewhere to press the card until I hear a click but I cannot hear any click.
Also the card is unreachable inside the slot. I cannot grab it to pull it. I can only press it a little bit with the nail, it goes one millimeter inside but I don't hear any click.
Coming from an 7+ year old Dell desktop with a P3 processor, I feel like WoW should be running a little bit better on my new 1737. I've got a T5900 processor, 4GB of memory, 3650 HD GPU, 5400rpm 320 GB harddrive.
I can run the game at max settings, except the new WotLK shadows, even with a full custom UI, and get about 20fps in Zangarmarsh. Without my UI: Shatt on my server isn't densely populated, so I can get up to 30fps, sometimes even 40fps if I'm going through a really dead empty area. In Orgrimmar, anywhere from 30-40fps. Keep in mind, I'm on Bronzebeard, which isn't a crazily high-pop server that I need to wait in queue for an hour. No raid or instance settings yet.
I don't know, I feel like I should be getting a little higher fps, or am I expecting way too much? Are these fps standard for other people with my specs?