Network Configuration Operator
Replace the Fan
Oil the Fan
Replace the Entire Power Supply
Open Up the Power Supply
Disconnect the floppy drive’s cable
Change to SDRAM from RAM
Change the Boot Order in CMOS
Pull the Battery
Try burning at a slower speed.
Replace a broken CD burner.
Shut down all open applications.
Make sure that there are no scratches or dirt on the CD-ROM surface.
Adding a USB device requires you to turn your computer off.
Your computer does not need to be restarted in order to add a USB device.
USB is a disappearing technology.
USB devices can only be connected in large networks.
Your RAM is bad
Your motherboard needs replacing
Your hard drive needs reformatting
Your CMOS battery is low
IDE hard drive
Primary and Extended
Primary and Expanded
First and Second
Primary and Secondary
The computer will crash!
The hard drive will function at the ATA/100 speed
The hard drive will function at the ATA/66 speed
The hard drive will not be recognized by the computer system.
A Dual Core Processor
A 2-processor supporting motherboard
A processor which can use 2 L2 caches
A processor which can use 2 L1 caches
Liquid Cooling System
Leaving the Case Open
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