Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Intel and the problem on Sandy Bridge

Intel and the problem on Sandy Bridge...

It is now known: Intel is facing its problem of the century, a joke that will cost a lot to the American home builder processor.

Several manufacturers are trying to save the situation by withdrawing from the market products based on new chip technology buggy. Certainly one of the producers is more involved with its series HP Pavilion again design.In particular HP has decided to ensure as much support as possible to its users, to offer a refund.

The consumer, once you observe the presence of the 6 series chipset in its product purchased, or has the opportunity to continue to use the product, because according to information provided by the same Intel, you can continue to use your computer, and not Intel just be able to find a solution, HP will inform its customers.

Not only that, according to the instructions of HP you can also return your HP dealer for a refund or return the computer to the retailer and choose an HP computer equivalent.

HP states that not all computers with Intel chipsets are interested in the problem, but the series 6 (Sandy Bridge), code-named Cougar Point, in fact, as stated on the Intel ports Serial-ATA (SATA) chipsets are deteriorate over time and this may adversely affect the performance or functionality of the devices connected to the device as SATA hard drives and DVD drives.

To determine which chipset you have in Device Manager, proceed as described above HP:

* Click Start, type device in the search field, then select Device Manager from the list.
* Click the plus sign (+) to expand the System Devices item.
* Find the name of the chipset in a string similar to the following: Chipset Family Intel ® Series 6/serie C200.
* If the name of the chipset in Device Manager is located in the "family of Intel series chipsets 6/serie C200, the HP computer chip containing the above.

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