The advent of Adobe Photoshop
Windows XP and WIndows Vista
The Fuser Assembly
The Primary Corona
The Static Charge Eliminator
The Conditioning Unit
Listen to her full explanation, go over some quick possibilities, then inform her that you must make a quick call to your boss, and you will step out of her office.
Listen to her full explanation, go over some quick possibilities, then inform her that you must make a quick call to your boss, and quickly dial him up on her phone.
Listen to her then tell her you need to make a quick call, and dialing up your boss on your cell phone in the office.
Interrupt her immediately, and inform her that you regret it but must make a quick call to your boss.
A SCSI Adapter Card
A Laser Printer
Fast and reliable transfer of files over long distances
Secure transfer of files
Easy transfer of small files over a short distance
Transfer of OS patches from an application server closet to workstations down the hall
To transfer files without a risk of data interception
They provide too low of a resolution for most applications.
They produce a lot of glare when viewed from close-up.
They are very prone to burn-ins.
They are not compatible with HD signals.
They conflict with most Video Cards.
There is zero network fault tolerance
Traffic on a bus is not routable
CSMA/CD has too little overhead
Only 10 users can simultaneously use any one segment
A CPU with a faster clock rate
Formatting a HDD with NTFS
Creating smaller partition sizes on your HDD
Upgrading all drivers and flashing your BIOS
Installing more RAM
The Printer BIOS
The Printer Drivers
The Print Server Configuration
The Print Spooler
The Platten Assembly
There is too much overhead on the network
Security is decentralized and networks are hard to maintain
Workgroups don't support Access Control Lists on NTFS drives
There is no security for shares in a workgroup
An SATA HDD
A 40x CD-RW
The more wattage the CPU will use
The more voltage the CPU will use
The more powerful a CPU will become
The more L3 Cache a CPU will require
Physical, Data-Link, Transfer, Network, Session, Presentation, Application
Physical, Data-Link, Transfer, Network, Presentation, Session, Application
Physical, Data-Link, Network, Transfer, Session, Presentation, Application
Physical, Transfer, Data-Link, Network, Session, Presentation, Application
Physical, Network, Data-Link, Transfer, Session, Presentation, Application
By Increasing internal or core speeds
By Double pumping the FSB
By Quad Pumping the FSB
By Increasing the I/O Circuitry Speeds
By enhanced paging, or virtual memory technology
Cleaning the screen of a CRT
Installing new RAM
Replacing a CPU's fan and heat sink
Swapping out a DVD +R
Unplugging a Soft Power switch
802.11a and 802.11b
802.11a and 802.11g
802. 11b and 802.11g
802.11g and 802.11f
Always use the latest technology
Ensure that your Motherboard supports the RAM
Make sure your RAM is of the same quality
Make sure each unit is of the same speed
Make sure each unit holds the same amount of data
Windows OS CD's
Forgetting your username/password
Keeping your account locked out for several days
Leaving files encrypted permanently because you changed your password
Writing your password down so as never to forget it
Accidentally blocking extra ports on your firewall
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