Results 1 to 6 of 6

Thread: Toshiba Satellite A210 Francais Windows 7

  1. #1
    Registered User
    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    Location
    Montreal
    Posts
    142

    Toshiba Satellite A210 Francais Windows 7

    Sold

    Ordinateur portable Toshiba A210 français Windows 7 Rc

    J'ai ajoutée quelques Programme !

    1. Mozilla Firefox
    2. Open Office
    3. Spybot S&D
    4. Utorrent
    5. Ccleaner
    6. Hanbrake
    7. Power Iso
    8. Windows Live
    9.Avast Anti-Virus

    Vous recevrez un Disque de Réparation Système
    Et 2 Disques Image de Restauration du Système

    Demande 400$

    Les Specs Toshiba





    Last edited by leneo; 09-01-2009 at 01:22 PM. Reason: Sold

  2. #2
    Does the battery charge still allow for the same amount of use as when new?
    Does it have a Frenchie keyboard?
    Are you including the OEM Vista product key that came new w/ the system?

    ______________________________

    Batterie travaille comme nouveau?
    Est le clavier francais?
    Ummm.. inclure "OEM Vista product key"?

  3. #3
    Registered User
    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    Location
    Montreal
    Posts
    142
    Quote Originally Posted by Ocoq View Post
    Does the battery charge still allow for the same amount of use as when new?
    The battery is good for 3 hours
    Does it have a Frenchie keyboard?
    CANADIAN BILINGUAL KEYBOARD
    Are you including the OEM Vista product key that came new w/ the system?
    no but i have windows 7 ultimate french or english !

    ______________________________

    Batterie travaille comme nouveau?
    Est le clavier francais?
    Ummm.. inclure "OEM Vista product key"?
    The battery is good for 3 hours
    CANADIAN BILINGUAL KEYBOARD
    no but i have windows 7 ultimate french or english !

  4. #4
    Don't forget that the RC, or Release Candidate, version of Windows 7 times out (expires) in March 2010. It is also not the final version of the OS which will not be available for the general public until Oct 22nd. It's well worth the wait though!

    By the way, the OEM license label should be on the underside of the laptop unless it was removed, in which case any operating other than a full retail version would technically be illegal to use on it. Also, the OEM key is illegal to use on any system other than the one it was sold with.
    And the Lord said unto John, "Come forth and receive eternal life." But John came fifth and won a toaster.

  5. #5
    Registered User
    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    Location
    Montreal
    Posts
    142
    Quote Originally Posted by Techman View Post
    Don't forget that the RC, or Release Candidate, version of Windows 7 times out (expires) in March 2010. It is also not the final version of the OS which will not be available for the general public until Oct 22nd. It's well worth the wait though!

    By the way, the OEM license label should be on the underside of the laptop unless it was removed, in which case any operating other than a full retail version would technically be illegal to use on it. Also, the OEM key is illegal to use on any system other than the one it was sold with.
    Ok there key is under the pc


    But vista is so slow and full of bug so i try Windows 7 and i work better !!

  6. #6
    Actually Vista runs great and is one of the most bug free OS on the market. But to make it run well it helps to have a minimum of 2 GB of RAM and a PCI-Express Video card, not an onboard one that most low end systems use. Basically the same requirements as Windows 7. The majority of problems relating to Vista systems are related to the garbage that system and laptop manufacturers install, and people using outdated programs and drivers on their systems.

    When it comes to a laptop, look for one with video by either ATI/AMD Radeon or nVidia, avoid anything with Intel graphics.

    Windows 7 does run faster than Vista, in fact it runs faster than XP on my system.
    But I wouldn't think of running it on a system with an onboard video card or under 2 GB of RAM. If you want to really enjoy it, bump your system to 8GB and install the 64 bit version if you have a 64 bit CPU, which almost all systems sold in the last 3 years are equiped with. And RAM is cheap these days...a friend picked up a 4GB kit yesterday, 2x2GB, at Microbytes for $50, tax in. So there is not much of a reason to be running under that amount of RAM in any system today.

    Techman

    PS: The system he is offering for sale is a good laptop. It's not too heavy to carry around and seeing as it came with Vista Premium, and has onboard Radeon video, it will have no problems running Win 7 with all the graphics goodies. I would just bump the RAM up from 1 GB to at least 2 GB. It's a fair price and it's much better value than spending around the same money for a netbook which are all the rage right now. Just my 2 cents.
    Last edited by Techman; 08-23-2009 at 07:37 PM.
    And the Lord said unto John, "Come forth and receive eternal life." But John came fifth and won a toaster.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •