Everything went smoothly, when installed on my benq joybook s35. Shutdown the computer and removed usb, but the computer refused to boot up sopted at blank screen. My joybook s35 (intel u2300) was made in 2011, was it too old to run Chrome OS? You assistance will be greatly appreciated.
hi, the install went well right upto the final point of reeboot. everything copied and installed fine, cinnamon loaded , went through all the procedures ,shut system down but when i power back up chrome os just keeps cycling and restarting. is there something i missed.trying to load onto hp pavillion intel i3 processor
The heliosphere is a cavity carved out of the interstellar medium by the supersonic outflow of solar wind (SW) from the Sun. The local interstellar medium (LISM) is partially ionized with the neutral particles penetrating the heliosphere unimpeded by the electric and magnetic (EM) fields. In order to model the heliosphere, both a magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) and a kinetic Boltzmann (or fluid) approach should be used to represent the plasma and neutral particles, respectively. Even though neutral particles are unaffected by EM fields, certain collisions that exchange charge between ions do occur called charge-exchange. This charge-exchange process, in the form of source terms, is the glue coupling the plasma and neutrals together. The characteristic collision length of charge-exchange is roughly the size of the heliosphere itself, which is the reason for needing both MHD and a kinetic approach. In this work, we have developed analytic solutions to the charge-exchange source terms between a Maxwellian species and other non-Maxwellian distributions, namely the kappa and regularized kappa distributions. With these solutions, we studied various assumptions about the form of the cross-section, which could be either an arbitrary function, a power-law, or a hard-sphere and also developed methods to approximate the characteristic interaction speed. In light of our new findings, we suggested several applications ranging from an energy-dependent cross-section with kappa-distributed protons to kappa-distributed energetic neutral atoms (ENAs). The analytic solutions we derived allows researchers to understand the charge-exchange source terms for a large number of parameter choices without having to solve complicated, high dimensional integrals numerically. In effect, this enables modelers to include higher fidelity source terms in heliospheric simulations that contains information about pickup ions (PUIs) or ENAs directly.
Intel's Chris Wilson released xf86-video-intel 2.16.902 over the weekend, which brings 126 changes since the last release candidate less than three weeks ago. There's also a new VA-API video acceleration back-end to report on.
Intel has released the xf86-video-intel 2.16.0 DDX driver today, which offers up acceleration support for the next-generation Intel "Ivy Bridge" hardware and completes their graphics driver stack in terms of initial hardware enablement.
Intel is preparing its summer 2011 xf86-video-intel driver update. The xf86-video-intel 2.16 driver brings several new features to the Intel DDX, which is now available for testing in form of a release candidate.
The Intel Linux X.Org driver is now doing triple-buffered page-flips in the latest attempt to battle imperfect frames with tears or jitters. This is now the default behavior with the next xf86-video-intel release.
Analyze These Ideas (Tools Will Open In A New Window)1. Access a thorough description of all companies mentioned2. Compare analyst ratings for all stocks mentioned below3. Visualize annual returns for all stocks mentionedList sorted by market cap.1. Apple Inc. (AAPL): Market cap of $348.49B. Its products and services include Macintosh (Mac) computers, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, Xserve, a portfolio of consumer and professional software applications, the Mac OS X and iOS operating systems, third-party digital content and applications through the iTunes Store, and a range of accessory, service and support offerings. Mac OS X comprises about 10.7% of the US PC market while iOS comprises 17% of the smartphone market and most almost 90% of the tablet market. 2. Intel Corporation (INTC): Market cap of $122.26B. It designs and manufactures computing and communications components, such as microprocessors, chipsets, motherboards, and wireless and wired connectivity products, as well as platforms that incorporate these components. It offers a range of microprocessors designed for the notebook, netbook and desktop market segments that includes Intel Core i3 processor, Intel Core i5 processor, Intel Core i7 processor, Intel Core i7 processor Extreme Edition, Intel Atom processor and previous-generation Intel processors. It also offers flash memory products used in portable memory storage devices, digital camera memory cards, solid-state drives (SSDs), and other devices, including 40GB and 80GB SSDs for notebooks, desktops and tablet computers. 3. Hewlett-Packard Company (HPQ): Market cap of $73.86B. It is a provider of products, technologies, software, solutions and services to individual consumers, small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and large enterprises, including customers in the government, health and education sectors. It provides commercial PCs, consumer PCs, workstations, handheld computing devices, calculators and other related accessories, software and services for the commercial and consumer markets. It recently released its HP TouchPad tablet computer. 4. Dell Inc. (DELL): Market cap of $32.85B. It is a technology company that offers a range of technology product categories, including mobility products, desktop personal computers (PCs), software and peripherals, servers and networking products, storage and services. It sells consumer PCs and laptops under the Dell and Alienware brands. It also manufactures Android and Windows based smartphones and tablets. 5. ARM Holdings PLC (ARMH): Market cap of $12.81B. It designs microprocessors, physical intellectual property (IP) and related technology and software, and sells development tools. ARM processor architecture and physical IP is used in embedded microprocessor applications, including cellular phones, digital televisions and personal computer (PC) peripherals, smart cards and microcontrollers. ARM also licenses and sells development tools directly to systems companies and provides support services to its licensees, systems companies and other systems designers. Products that use ARM processors include the Nintendo DS and 3DS, Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Zune, HTC Hero, Apple iPhone and iPad, Motorola Droid X, Google Nexus S, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Motorolla Xoom and HP TouchPad. 6. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD): Market cap of $4.46B. It is a global semiconductor company. It primarily offers x86 microprocessors, for the commercial and consumer markets, embedded microprocessors for commercial, commercial client and consumer markets and chipsets for desktop and notebook personal computers (PCs), professional workstations and servers. It also offers graphics, video and multimedia products for desktop and notebook computers, including home media PCs, professional workstations and servers and technology for game consoles. It is looking to enter the tablet and smartphone chipset market. Interactive Chart: Press Play to see how analyst ratings have changed for the stocks mentioned above. Analyst ratings sourced from Zacks Investment Research. 2b1af7f3a8