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  1. I bought my 4GB of memory(£18) via the the site link on Crucial to CCL Computers. Order it online on Friday morning received it Saturday (first class post ) had it fitted for £10 on Monday at Complex Compters at Handsworth who did it while I waited . Job done and dusted well worth the total cost of £28
  2. I have a Asus UX 31OUA Zenbook fitted with 4GB RAM. To speed it up a bit I intend to buy a extra 4GB RAM from the website Crucial. I have used their special tool to inform me of the correct ram but their web page lists two different 4GB sticks at the same price. Could someone tell me which one to choose or will either one be OK Link to Crucial RAM list below https://uk.crucial.com/gbr/en/scanview/A4EDE81431D926C3#MEMORYFilters Thanks
  3. I am not sure if this has anything to do with it There are 32 and 64 bit versions of the OS and as the NC 10 was a bit old in the teeth I installed the 32bit version (there is no support for this version). As I am not a computer genius I must have been a bit lucky getting it to install. Another screen shot here http://postimg.cc/q6RYZLnm
  4. Hi Ghozer Just caught up with your post I bought this Samsung NC10 (new) around 10 years ago at the time I think it was running Windows XP on 1gb of ram a bit later in its life I up it to 2gb ram and a 120 gb SSD for a install of Windoes 7 but it was very slow. After this I tried a a couple of versions of Linux but it was not much faster I then stopped using the NC 10 years ago it till a few weeks ago when I read about Cloudready which I think is a stripped down version of Google operating system so out of curiousity I thought I would try to install it on the NC10. After 3 tries I was evetually successfull with the install. Its never been lightning fast and I dont know how it performs other than the internet but it is definitely fast enough not to get frustrated for internet use. Click on links below Loading operating System http://postimg.cc/64ct3t82 Loaded and waiting for password (Cloudready insignia top right corner) http://postimg.cc/YLCYj2dT https://www.neverware.com/#intro
  5. Should have mentioned, out of curiousity I installed this OS (32 bit version) on an old Samsung NC10 (2GB ram) and I dont tjhink it has ever run so fast
  6. Or maybe Neverwares Cloudready version of Chromium https://www.neverware.com/freedownload
  7. Flash drive problem solved using Partition Manager. Thanks to you all for your advice/help
  8. You have it right I have looked in disk managment and here is the result click here http://postimg.cc/hQdyhXPX How do I repartion please
  9. I have just unsuccessfully tried using two Kingston 8GB flash drives to install 64 bit and then 32 bit a copy of the Cloudready operating system onto to an old Samsung NC10 laptop. The problem I hit is that it was installing the USA version of the keyboard and not showing a method of swiching to the UK version. After I gave up trying to install the OS I formatted both flash drives to clean them out (and there is nothing showing in them) but instead of getting the 8GB back they both show a capacity of only 63.8MB and this only what they will accept. Anyone know how to get the 8GB back. Thanks
  10. I know that at this time of year the depot is always busy but is there a quietish period ,if so could someone tell me which day/time please Thanks
  11. If so, tell her that her lost bus pass in the bus shelter outside of Swallownest Coop has been handed over to a First bus driver and may finish up at SYPT
  12. I can remember a Sam and Lil (car'nt remember who was on the piano) at the Minerva they also held talent nights, that must have been mid to late 1950s
  13. I may be wrong about this because I am thinking back around 50/60 years but I seem to remember a Jack Scholfield buying fruit and veg in Parkway fruit market. Did he own a fruit and veg shop around the 1960/1970s
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