They both have assignments that function to serve two different data path widths, 16 bit and 8 bit.
They have nothing in common.
They both have one assignment that is lost to normal user usage.
They are both lists of prioritized assignments.
The operating system must support Plug-and-Play.
The system must have used up all available IRQs.
The device to be configured must support Plug-and-Play.
The BIOS must support Plug-and-Play.
On the hard disk drive in the / directory
On the hard disk drive in the /etc directory
On the hard disk drive in the /var directory
An 8-pin connector
A 15-pin connector
A 50-pin connector
A 68-pin connector
On the BIOS chip maintained by a small flow of electricity from a battery
On the CMOS chip maintained by a small flow of electricity
In the bootloader
In the appropriate file in the /proc directory
Disk imaging software
An automatic software installation server
A kickstart file
An automated boot disk
IRQ 7 and I/O address 378-37F
IRQ 5 and I/O address 378-37F
IRQ 5 and I/O address 3F8-3FF
IRQ 7 and I/O address 278-27F
Open a desktop environment and view system information on the Settings menu.
View the appropriate files in the /etc directory.
View the contents of the appropriate files in the /settings directory.
View the contents of the appropriate files in the /proc directory.
Fast and wide
Slow and wide
Slow and narrow
Fast and narrow