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Now, Computer which repair itself!

Researchers have created a computer, which can immediately recuperate from crashes by repairing corrupted information.

University School London Computer scientist Peter Bentley and Christos Sakellariou invented the device, which has been dubbed a “systemic” Computer, wherein knowledge is married up with instructions on what to do with it, New Scientist reported.

Self-Healing computer

Self-Healing Pc

Each And Every device of the instrument has a reminiscence featuring context-delicate knowledge meaning it will possibly handiest interact with different, similar systems.

Quite than the usage of a program counter, the techniques are completed from time to time chosen by using a pseudorandom quantity generator, which is designed to imitate randomness of nature.

Bentley said that the programs then perform their instructions simultaneously, without a machine taking precedence over the others.

The device additionally has multiple copies of its instructions, that are dispensed across its many techniques, which means that that if one machine gets corrupted the pc can get entry to another easy replica to restore its code.

And Unlike typical operating methods that crash when they may be able to’t get entry to a bit of memory, the systemic Laptop incorporates on regardless, as Each And Every machine has its personal reminiscence.

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11 Comments to “Now, Computer which repair itself!”

  1. Sergeant Pickle // April 21, 2013 at 7:05 am // Reply

    Now it’s like watching a TV with a vertical problem, everything squished down and stretched wider. Nothing I’ve tried has worked and my computer repair shop is closed til Monday. Can anyone help me? I have a Dell running Windows XP.

  2. My families computer is having problems, so someone is going to come and maybe do a hard drive diagnostic on it. My question is, will all of my files show up on the screen? I am 16 years old and I really don’t want some of the things on my computer seen by the computer repair person…

  3. blarg blarg // April 29, 2013 at 6:32 am // Reply

    I want to get into repair computers what do i need to learn to do this. CMD?, also where and how can i learn all of these skills to repair computers.

  4. So when I boot up my computer it loads normal, i put in my password it accepts it, screen goes black like always while its loading my files but the curser appears and the screen remains black. i tried booting it several times and it stayed black for about 15 mins. i tried safe mode and other modes and they work but normally does the same stuff, loads up and then a black screen. any ideas why that is and how i can fix it?

  5. It has been a long time now. Some months ago i got viruses on my computer. The viruses made my desktop and toolbar disappear. After a couple of weeks I figured out how to use the Ctrl + Alt + Delete button to use my computer and open files. For now my computer is virus free. I would really like my desktop and toolbar back! Please someone help me!

  6. My computer crashed. It now says it can’t repair itself and I can’t even boot up in safe mode.

    I have a document full of private credit card numbers and passcodes.

    Is there any way I can remove that before I hand it in to get it repaired?

    Also, does anyone know what it runs to remover a virus like that?

    Thanks
    Actually, I already backed up all the documents and photos when it began giving me trouble, but my problem is that it has private/sensitive information on it that I wouldn’t want a repair guy access to.

    Is there a way to remove that document without the trouble of removing the hard drive? He would probably need that to repair the computer anyway.

    Does anyone know how much it costs to repair a computer from a virus?

    Thank you

  7. Hi guys
    Well i have 2 laptops and a desktop computer,
    The problem is that on my Desktop’s tower the lights are running so thats a sign that there’s electricity but usually when i come to turn it on it beeps then starts, It no longer beeps or starts. I have the monitor plugged in and everything so i’m 100% sure its not the monitor
    Any ideas guys?

  8. Cpt Excelsior // June 3, 2013 at 4:46 pm // Reply

    I have been looking for a collection of scans of the Nag Hammadi Library for several months now, but have been unable to find anything. Is anyone aware of a collection of scans of the library, of any of the codexs, that I might be able to use?
    Thanks!

  9. vanvark83 // June 5, 2013 at 5:47 am // Reply

    Like removing eyecandy, adding RAM, defrags, scans, etc. I’ve always wondered how computers at the library can load up pages in the blink of an eye.

  10. Hello every one the USB part to my flash drive on my verbatim flash drive that I have had for about two years that has a lot of important stuff on it. You see what happened was I was working and I left to go make coffee for the next day but when I came back I went to shut down everything and when I went to pull it the case was on case was on the floor and the USB part was still in the computer. You see I accidentally kicked it when I was working when I went to get out of my chair one night. It became crooked but I fixed and it was never properly straight. So I and my step mom took a looked at it. We opened the case that protected it we took a look at the chip. The Chip is perfectly fine. But this is the problem the port has 4 thin pieces of metal with two copper pieces on the end I guess there was 4 before it broke. So I can put the metal part back in and it slides in out perfectly from the case but it won’t read from the computer and when I pull it out the metal wides up in there. So its ability to connect is no longer of use but the chip is ok. So I talked to my step mom she said a computer repair place should be able to fix it for about 5 to 10 dollars. She also said they could also take the data from it and move it to another one. Im guessing 20 dollars. Then later that day I talked to my dad because he works on building transformers so I thought he might be able to fix it. So my day goes crazy. He starts yelling that they can’t fix that and if they can is it worth it. Then he starts saying its going cost 150 dollars. Then he starts yelling and if they move the data to one to another flash drive he says its going to be pricey. My dad is a major cheapskate. So the last person I talked to was my grandma because she lives near a computer repair in Chase City and I thought she might know because she keeps on getting the computer place to fix her computer it’s a 90’s it keeps on breaking. So she does not have a clue. She says maybe they can fix the USB port and maybe they can move the data to another flash drive. So my question is can a computer place fix the USB part to my verbatim flash drive and if they can how much will it cost because it can’t connect. And if it can’t can they move the data to another flash drive and how much will it cost? I know im not the first one to have a broken flash drive with this kind of problem. Also long will take to fix it if it can be fixed? I juts wanna know if it can be fixed.

  11. The wireless connection on my mother’s new netbook stops working every 15 minutes or so.It has Windows 7 on it. Every time this happens, I tell it to repair itself and it works everytime right after that. The message I always get is “The default gateway was not available” How can I fix this so it doesn’t disconnect anymore? I have no problem with the wireless connection on my desktop. Thank you!

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