[LINK] MS fix is open to RCE
kim.holburn at gmail.com
Sat Feb 17 02:59:54 EST 2007
It depends on the model. The intel boxes have much faster buses:
PCIE. It never used to be a problem on the old SCSI buses either and
CPUs were much slower then.
On 2007/Feb/16, at 2:04 PM, Rick Welykochy wrote:
> Malcolm Miles wrote:
>> I just happened to be burning a DVD with Vista as I read this
>> CPU utilisation is around 10-15% and no loss of control. My box is an
>> oldish Athlon 64 3200+ (2GHz) with 1Gb RAM.
> I find the problem with burning discs on Mac OS X is not the CPU
> is very little for the CPU to do!) but the data bus, i.e. accessing
> the hard drive is slow and painful since the bus is real busy throwing
> data at the ROM drive. I would assume the same goes for Windows.
> The original post mentioned "100% of resources were consumed",
> which probably
> refers to bus overload or similar. I doubt the CPU was the problem.
> And if
> the machine seized up, there was probably a configuration problem with
> the hardware. Please call Mickeysoft support on 1-900-900-9000 and
> your credit card details handy :)
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