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Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor
Open the case and inspect the RAM.
Check the motherboard documentation.
Check the Device Manager.
Check the System utility in the Control Panel.
Disk striping with parity
The keyboard is unplugged
The system is overheating.
The hard drive has crashed.
The video card is not seated properly.
4 bytes per second, 133 MHz
4 bits per second, 400 MHz
8 bits per second, 200 MHz
8 bytes per second, 200 MHz
To an electrical outlet
To a handy metal part of the case
To an anti-static plate on the computer
To a non-static wrist strap
All the Control Panel applets
All of the drives on your system
Make sure the computer is plugged in to the AC wall outlet.
Avoid letting the metal flange touch the PC case.
Hold the card only by its slot connectors.
Use firm but not excessive force to snap the card into the slot.
Robert installed a BTX motherboard into an ATX case.
Robert used an AT power supply on an ATX motherboard.
Robert installed an ATX motherboard into a BTX case.
D. Robert left a standout in the wrong place under the Robert left a standout in the wrong place under the motherboard.
FAT16, FAT32, FAT64, NTFS
FAT16, FAT32, NTFS
The system will boot normally, but some of the devices will not function properly.
The system will boot normally and all of the devices will work, but only for a limited time. After an hour or so, the system will spontaneously shut down.
The system will not boot or turn on at all.
The system will try to boot, but the overloaded power supply will fail, burning up delicate internal capacitors.
The CPU uses registers for temporary storage of internal commands and data.
Registers enable the CPU to control the address bus.
Registers determine the clock speed.
Registers enable the CPU to address RAM.
CPU, POST, power good, boot loader, OS.
Power good, CPU, POST, boot loader, OS.
Power good, boot loader, CPU, POST, OS.
POST, power good, CPU, boot loader, OS.
In the Registry
In the computer.
On an EEPROM chip.
In Drivers and Settings
MS Management Console
Replacing the CPU may not be the upgrade that is most cost effective or that has the strongest impact on your system?s performance.
If you have an AMD-compatible motherboard, you can install a Celeron processor.
As the size of the address bus increases, the amount of RAM the CPU can use decreases.
You can upgrade your CPU if you make sure that a new CPU will fit into the socket or slot on your motherboard.
Access control list
3.3 V, 5 V
The core speed of the RAM chips is faster.
DDR RAM uses 184-pin DIMMs and DDR2 uses 240-pin DIMMs.
DDR RAM is single-channel and DDR2 RAM is dual-channel.
The input/output speed of the RAM is faster.
Both use D-subminiature connectors
Both support hot-swapping devices
Both support dual monitors
Both are used for connecting keyboards
Your computer may slow down.
Your computer will work fine as long as it uses dual-channel architecture.
Your computer may lock up every few seconds or provide corrupted data.
Your computer will work fine if all the memory sticks are slower than the speed of the motherboard.
The CMOS chip
The setup program
The drive is a basic disk and not a dynamic disk.
The drive has less than 32 GB of unallocated space.
The drive has developed bad sectors.
The drive is jumpered as a slave.
It uses dual-channel architecture.
It is used by AMD but not Intel processors.
It is less expensive than SDRAM.
It offers speeds ranging from 200 MHz to 600 MHz.
It runs synchronously with the system clock.
It uses dual-channel architecture.
It has fewer pins, resulting in fewer corrupt bits.
It makes two processes per clock cycle.
The device is missing of Windows cannot recognize it.
The device has been disabled because it is damaged or has a system resource conflict.
A compatible driver has been installed that may not provideall of the functions for the device.
The system resources have been assigned manually.
The motherboard needed dual-channel RAM.
She installed faulty RAM.
Nothing at all. Windows OS always crashes several times, but then gets better.
The motherboard could only handle 1 GB of RAM.
POST, power good, CPU, boot loader, operating system
CPU, POST, power good, boot loader, operating system
Power good, boot loader, CPU, POST, operating system
Power good, CPU, POST, boot loader, operating system
Configured manually by the OS
Complimentary metal-oxide semiconductor.
Chip made out of silicon.
Consolidated metal-oxide software
An incorrect memory count
A parity error
The Blue Screen of Death
The expansion bus crystal sets the speed for the expansion bus.
The expansion bus runs at the speed of the system clock.
The CPU communicates with RAM via the expansion bus.
The frontside bus is another name for the expansion bus.
To maintain good airflow inside your case.
To help keep dust and dander out of your case.
Leaving a slot uncovered doesn't truly hurt anything on your computer.
The address bus enables the CPU to communicate with the MCC.
The external data bus enables the CPU to communicate with the MCC.
The system bus enables the CPU to communicate with the memory.
The address bus enables the CPU to communicate with the hard drive.
The power outage burned the RAM.
The power outage burned the video card.
The CPU fried and the computer is inoperable.
The power outage toasted his hard drive.
USB flash drive
The address bus enables the CPU to communicate with the memory controller chip.
The address bus enables the CPU to access registers.
The address bus provides a channel for the flow of data and commands between the CPU and RAM.
The address bus enables the memory controller chip to communicate with the RAM.
Sony/Phillips Digital Interconnect Format
CPU, L2 cache
CPU, MCC, RAM
CPU, L1 cache
CPU, MCC, L1 cache
A. The Blu-ray Discs have a C region code.
The Blu-ray Discs have a 6 region code.
The Blu-Ray Discs have an A region code.
The Blu-ray Discs have a B region code.
Properly seated motherboard power interrupt.
Enhanced Ethernet Frame
The Super I/O chip handles the communication between the Northbridge and Southbridge chips.
The Super I/O chip handles the communication with RAM.
The Super I/O chip handles the communication with legacy devices.
The Super I/O chip handles the communication with video.
They are optional.
They may be set to active.
Each drive must have at least one extended partition.
They are assigned drive letters when they are created.
USB flash drive
Corrupt system BIOS.
Dying CMOS battery.
BIOS provides memory space for applications to load into from the main system RAM.
BIOS provides the programming that enables the CPU to communicate with other hardware.
BIOS provides the physical interface that enables the CPU to communicate with other hardware.
BIOS provides memory space for applications to load into from the hard drive.
CMOS is the Southbridge chip that controls input and output devices.
CMOS is a configuration program that runs from the hard drive during booting.
CMOS includes the power-on self test (POST) routines.
CMOS is a low-energy chip that draws power from a battery while the computer is turned off.