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Windows XP Compatibility With Arrendale Based Processors?

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Will Windows XP Run Good On One Of These? I'm Planning On Updating My CPU In An Old Fujitsu Lifebook S710 To A Pentium 6100. 1st Generation CPU And I've Been Doing Lots Of Research On This And Can't Find Anything About It So My Question Is Will It Run On It? If Anyone Can Help With This It Would Be Much Appreciated https://www.ebay.com/itm/224345849948?c ... ae2f5a90fa here is The Cpu on eBay for reference
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    Re: Windows XP On An Arrendale Based Processor?

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    Your laptop is from 2010. So, XP may run, although 2010 was around the time driver support for XP was dropped, so you may not be able to find video/audio/network drivers. I doubt the CPU would be an issue though.
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    thanks for the help @anonymous74 you help alot for computer beginners like me
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      then why the hell you asking

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      Ive Found It Has Drivers That Work The Question Is If an Intel Arrendale Based CPU Will Work On My LaptopWith XP Its An Old Laptop I'm Working On Bringing Back to Life And I'm Trying To Figure Out If the Cpu I'm Goi
      ng to buy Would Work With It
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        Re: Windows XP On An Arrendale Based Processor?

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        here are the specs of the cpu: Essentials
        Product Collection
        Legacy Intel® Pentium® Processor

        Code Name
        Products formerly Arrandale

        Vertical Segment
        Mobile

        Processor Number
        P6100

        Status
        Discontinued

        Launch Date
        Q3'10

        Lithography
        32 nm

        CPU Specifications
        Total Cores
        2

        Total Threads
        2

        Processor Base Frequency
        2.00 GHz

        Cache
        3 MB Intel® Smart Cache

        Bus Speed
        2.5 GT/s

        TDP
        35 W

        Supplemental Information
        Embedded Options Available
        No

        Datasheet
        View now

        Memory Specifications
        Max Memory Size (dependent on memory type)
        8 GB

        Memory Types
        DDR3 800/1066

        Max # of Memory Channels
        2

        Max Memory Bandwidth
        17.1 GB/s

        Physical Address Extensions
        36-bit

        ECC Memory Supported ‡
        No

        Processor Graphics
        Processor Graphics ‡
        Intel® HD Graphics for Previous Generation Intel® Processors

        Graphics Base Frequency
        500 MHz

        Graphics Max Dynamic Frequency
        667 MHz

        Intel® Flexible Display Interface (Intel® FDI)
        Yes

        Intel® Clear Video Technology
        Yes

        Macrovision* License Required
        No

        # of Displays Supported ‡
        2

        Expansion Options
        PCI Express Revision
        2.0

        PCI Express Configurations ‡
        1x16

        Max # of PCI Express Lanes
        1

        Package Specifications
        Sockets Supported
        PGA988

        Max CPU Configuration
        1

        TJUNCTION
        90°C

        Package Size
        37.5mmx37.5mm

        Processing Die Size
        81 mm2

        # of Processing Die Transistors
        382 million

        Advanced Technologies
        Intel® Turbo Boost Technology ‡
        No

        Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology ‡
        No

        Intel® 64 ‡
        Yes

        Instruction Set
        64-bit

        Idle States
        Yes

        Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® Technology
        Yes

        Intel® Demand Based Switching
        No

        Thermal Monitoring Technologies
        Yes

        Intel® Fast Memory Access
        Yes

        Intel® Flex Memory Access
        Yes

        Security & Reliability
        Intel® AES New Instructions
        No

        Intel® Trusted Execution Technology ‡
        No

        Execute Disable Bit ‡
        Yes

        Intel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x) ‡
        No
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          No problem, I’m glad to help.
          Why exactly are you trying to get that CPU for it? Is the CPU in there dead? It appears that pentium chip is from 2008, which is older than your laptop. I haven’t looked at any benchmarks, but I’d assume that the stock i5 560M is faster.
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          The Pens On The I5-560m That Came With This Laptop Got Bent Really Bad And Now It Won't Fit The Slot (the laptop also supports 2nd generation cups and is backwards compatible with 988 cpus
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            Well, I'm no CPU expert and I also don't know what CPUs your laptop's BIOS supports, but if you want one that's sure to work, get another 560M. The i7 from that generation would also probably work, just make sure the cooling setup in the laptop can keep it from melting...
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            I Guess I'll Go With The I5-560m and Thanks For All The Help! I also plan to buy the exclusive Windows XP X64 To Go with It-Longhorn Pro
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              I hope it all works out for you!
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              Re: Windows XP Compatibility With Arrendale Based Processors?

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              I think you can use a 2010 era intel processor with Windows XP. Also Windows XP based computers were manufactured until 2010.

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              All those were Atom-based netbooks mostly. It still doesn't guarantee driver compatibility, but it seems they exist in this case.
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