What about knots?
A knot is an intentional complication in cordage which may be practical or decorative, or both. Practical knots are classified by function, including hitches, bends, loop knots, and splices: a hitch fastens a rope to another object; a bend fastens two ends of a rope to each another; a loop knot is any knot creating a loop; and splice denotes any multi-strand knot, including bends and loops. A knot may also refer, in the strictest sense, to a stopper or knob at the end of a rope to keep that end from slipping through a grommet or eye.
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|Model||Sony VAIO Model VGN-CR160F|
|Processor||Intel® Core™2 Duo T7100 @ 1.80GHz
L2 Cache: 2MB
VT-x/35W TDP/65nm Litho
|Chipset||Intel PM945GM Express
FSB Speed: 800Mhz
|Memory||Current: 2GB DDR2-667/PC-5300 SODIMM SDRAM
Maximum: 4GB in 2 slots
|Hard Drive||Original: Toshiba MK1234GSX
2.5" 120GB SATA II 5400RPM 8MB Buffer 150Mbps
Current: Toshiba MK3265GSXN
2.5" 320GB SATA II 5400RPM 8MB Buffer
Windows 7 64-bit Driver Info
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Pinky's original OS was Windows Vista 32-bit. The OS was upgraded to Windows 7 64-bit and SP3 was applied. Many drivers were automatically applied, but some devices remained driverless. Officially, SONY won't offer Win7 64b drivers for this model. The following drivers were tried and found operative. Note that they are experimental settings and may not work in all cases.
Sony Firmware Extension Parser
Needed for an unrecognized ACPI device. Used the file SODOTH-00228472-1040.exe from another model.
A driver is needed to access some features of the touchpad. Downloaded directly from Synaptics website.
The inertia setting was found to cause problems while dragging (it releases the object as you lift your finger from the touchpad), so it was deselected.
Graphics and Sound seems to be working Ok. Most other functions are operative, so I didn't install any other driver.
Note: Models used for reference: VGN-CR260FE, VGN-CR320E.
Page last modified November 3, 2023.