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Nov
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revised Running Windows processes in separate cores
Added IIS info
Nov
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asked Running Windows processes in separate cores
Nov
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awarded  Scholar
Nov
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accepted Windows 2008 Server R2 won't boot after replacing hardware (BSOD 0x0000007B)
Nov
14
answered Windows 2008 Server R2 won't boot after replacing hardware (BSOD 0x0000007B)
Nov
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awarded  Editor
Nov
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revised Windows 2008 Server R2 won't boot after replacing hardware (BSOD 0x0000007B)
Added BSOD info
Nov
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comment Windows 2008 Server R2 won't boot after replacing hardware (BSOD 0x0000007B)
But that's something you'd need to do in advance. So basically, if you have a modern Windows (NT 6.0 and above?) and your mainboard blows up for whatever reason, then your OS is terminally screwed, is that correct? Or would you be alright with e.g. Windows 7 that comes with an actual repair function?
Nov
3
comment Windows 2008 Server R2 won't boot after replacing hardware (BSOD 0x0000007B)
It seems to me that the core issue is the changed IDs of the hardware. Surely there has to be some proper procedure here, or am I seriously supposed to reinstall Windows whenever I swap the mainboard? I can't recall ever encountering this problem with old Windows versions like NT 4.0.
Nov
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asked Windows 2008 Server R2 won't boot after replacing hardware (BSOD 0x0000007B)
Sep
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Sep
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asked Recover encrypted user files (Win2k8 R2)
Aug
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comment Force notebook fans to run at 100% all the time
Well, any ideas?
Aug
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comment Force notebook fans to run at 100% all the time
The laptop only has two GPU fans, or at least no tools have been able to find any others. It's a Packard Bell EasyNote LS44HR-400GE, and as far as I can tell the mainboard is a Packard Bell SJV70 HR, CPU is Intel Pentium B960, and GPU is AMD Radeon HD 7470M. The BIOS seems to be tailored to this particular setup and practically doesn't let me edit anything except the boot sequence, so no Cool & Quiet option there (or overclocking settings for that matter). Since it's an OEM machine I can't install the official AMD drivers, and the latest leshcat CCC doesn't give me any fan control options.
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awarded  Student
Jul
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asked Force notebook fans to run at 100% all the time