More problems discovered with Core 2 Duo

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Intel has released a PDF describing bugs in its Conroe processors which are built on a 65 nanometre process technology. It's common for new chips to have bugs, or errata as the vendors prefer it. Generally many bugs can be fixed by introducing fresh steppings of the processors.  Read more about the Core 2 Duo issues at Overclock3d.net!
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04-09-2006, 21:11:39

AKtodaface
Winamp ftw!

04-09-2006, 21:15:37

Hyper

Also if somebody could tell me how to get my windows media player back to windows media player 10 that would also be appreciated.


I had exactly the same problem and followed this simple guide to go back to version 10.

Instructions Here...

Hope this helps,

Hyper :ar:

04-09-2006, 21:18:20

ReD.SkY
I like winamp

04-09-2006, 21:32:27

Ty07allstar
Hyper i u used the guide and it worked great. I'm also going to use Winamp. Thanks

04-09-2006, 22:50:46

Hyper

Hyper i u used the guide and it worked great. Thanks


Your welcome.
Reps for me :D

05-09-2006, 06:10:07

FragTek
I use iTunes for just about everything, but I do have a Mac version of VLC that I use every now and again, though the codec support for it blows and seems to give me some interesting errors when trying to play WMV's. I've found that QuickTime + Flip4Mac is where it's @.

05-09-2006, 06:28:15

Dav0s
a lot of people dont like itunes for its music playing, but personally i ihnk its great and it does everythng i want it to do

05-09-2006, 06:34:02

Kempez

a lot of people dont like itunes for its music playing, but personally i ihnk its great and it does everythng i want it to do



I like iTunes for music playing, I just wish someone would make a player that utilises the hardware as well as Creative Media Player does. Coupled with an Audigy card the sound improvement is very noticible in Creative's player. Shame the player itself is incredibly badly designed and slow.

Actually Foobar2000 is pretty good at sound quality, but it's not as easy to use as iTunes.

05-09-2006, 13:48:43

nathan
VLC for movies as it doesnt require codecs and good old winamp for music.

05-09-2006, 13:56:19

llwyd
i use foobar, its nice and simple and uses bugger all resources
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