| From: William Witteman via talk <email@example.com> | Yeah, that's the crux of it - my CPU is definitely 10+ years old.
You still haven't told us the model of your CPU. A good problem report includes enough data to work on the problem. | The magic of Linux has meant that my quad core machine with 2 Gb of | RAM has been serving me well for a decade. | | The only problem the machine has given me is that the CMOS battery | died, so I have to reset the time whenever there's a power outage. That's almost certainl easy to fix. There is a little battery on the motherboard that needs to be replaced. It is chrome-coloured. It's a disk. - remember its orientation (+ up or + down) - find its model number (eg. cr2032) - buy a replacement and install it. Many sizes are available inexpensively at Dollarama. But in these times, perhaps ebay or amazon are safer. --- Post to this mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org Unsubscribe from this mailing list https://gtalug.org/mailman/listinfo/talk