Today, after some week waiting for the result i expect to decide buy new laptop for some purpose, It should be stronger than old one, but not to much money for this bucket. Finally I have just bought one HP PV4 which support full for 64bit OS version you can check below:
HP PAVILION DV4 Core 2 Duo T5800 (2×2.0GHz)
: Intel® Centrino Core 2 Duo T5800 (2×2.0GHz) (Cache 2MB, Bus 800MHz)
: Intel® PM45
: 2GB DDR2 (Bus 800MHz)
: 250GB SATA (HP ProtectSmart)
: Intel® GMA 4500MHD (up to 1759MB)
: 14.1 inches WXGA (1280×800) BrightView
: Broadcom 802.11b/g
: DVDRW±DL Option Blu-Ray DVDRW + 712.000 vnd
: 5.1 SD/MMC/SD/MS/MS Pro
: 56K – 10/100
: 6 cell
: Windows Vista Home Premium 64bit Service Pack 1 License
: Đen với hoa văn sang trọng, Giảm trầy xước
: 12 tháng
Thông tin thêm
: HDMI port, Built-in Webcam + Microphone, FingerPrint, eSATA port, Expansion Port 3, Remote Control
yeah, Very happy with new laptop. But here is another problem with it. It have intergrated with vista home premium 64bit. that can recovery and one letter C with all 250 GB HDD, How to create new driver , easy google & search that the result for all hardest question if you can’t anwser it by yourself.
Because programs such as Partition Magic don’t work on Windows
Vista, some of you may be wondering how to resize partitions without
losing any data. The good news is that you probably won’t be needing
those programs because Windows Vista can manage your partition resizing.
To resize a partition with Windows Vista, follow these steps:
Be sure to back up any valuable information, because there is a
slight chance that data can be lost when dealing with partitions.
1) Click on the Start menu
2) Right click on Computer and click on Manage
3) You may get a User Account Control dialog here; just click Continue
4) In the left pane, open up the Storage category and click on Disk Management
5) Here, you will find your partitions for your disks. Right click on the partition you’d like to modify.
6) Click on Extend Volume or Shrink Volume to extend or shrink the selected partition.