On a ROM chip.
In standard RAM.
In CMOS RAM.
On the primary hard drive.
Dual Inn-line Memory Module
Did Inline Memory Module
Dual Inline Memory more
Dual In-line Memory Module
Laser printer toner
A true B False
B True A False
Cleaning, Writing ,Developing,Fusing,Transferring, Conditioning
Cleaning, Conditioning,Writing ,Developing,Transferring,Fusing
Multiple insulated conductors clad in a protective.
Insulating outer jacket carry the signal.
Wires are grouped in colored pairs
The least sensitive to EMI of any cable type
Replace the driver
Update the bios
Check the cmos settings of the driver
Verify that the has been properly partitioned and formatted.
Wireless Access Points
Wireless Signal Strength
IS a draft wireless standard for home and business implementations
Is a Post error Code
Select Bluetooth for short-range communications when you cannot establish a line-of-sight connection between two devices and you can tolerate relatively slow data transfer speeds
Use infrared for short-range communications when you want to take advantage of its relatively fast transfer speeds and you are able to establish a line of sight connection between devices. Ideally, infrared devices work best when you place them from 5 cm (2 inches) to 60 cm (24 inches) apart.
Wireless radio communications following the IEEE 802.11b “WiFi” standard are the most common choice for ordinary wireless LAN connectivity for portable computers inside homes, offices, and, increasingly, public buildings. Choose WiFi when you need to connect portable computer systems to a wired or wireless Ethernet LAN and enable users to move from place to place freely without a line of site connection to the WAP.
Use a cellular Wireless WAN (WWAN) when you have users that have no other way to connect to the Internet, your company’s VPN, or both. Cellular WWANs are typically more expensive than Ethernet WANs