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Tuck here.
First time I have ever run a bench mark score and now I know why.....I don't know what it means. LOL
I've been having a problem running Netflix (stuttering video but audio fine) and I thought I could find out if my computer was running normally.
I never had a problem until about a month ago. Now I cannot watch anything.
I was wondering how you can tell when a computer needs work? I have a dual core so what would happen if one of those cores just decided not to work anymore?
Sorry about the simple minded new guy questions but hey, ya' gotta start somewhere.
Things sure have come a long way since I was on my Commodore 64 with a 1200 baud vic 20 modem.


Verified NovaBench Score: 181

Test run on May 15, 2011
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium

amd.png AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile Technology TL60 running at 2000 MHz

ati.png ATI Radeon X1200 GPU

3454 MB System RAM (Score: 89)
- RAM Speed: 990 MB/s

CPU Tests (Score: 76)
- Floating Point Operations/Second: 14636112
- Integer Operations/Second: 55081880
- MD5 Hashes Generated/Second: 257735

Graphics Tests (Score: 2)
- 3D Frames Per Second: 7

Hardware Tests (Score: 14)
- Primary Partition Capacity: 185 GB
- Drive Write Speed: 34 MB/s

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Since you are using a laptop, you may be having heat issues when running video. To check the temperature run SpeedFan.

If it's high (post here and we'll let you know), you should consider opening up your laptop and cleaning out the dust.

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