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Hot CPU Tester

Hot CPU Tester is a system stability tester. It tests CPU, and virtually all part of motherboard units for errors. Therefore it can find over-clocked and defected CPUs. It, also, can be used for over-clockers to find out if their system is stable or not. Hot CPU Tester has several …

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What is Video 2000

What is Video 2000? Video 2000 introduces the first ever Video performance testing tool with which a computer can be tested to verify its ability to play DVD movies properly and demonstrate the systems ability to provide quality video images. Video2000 is a completely new type of benchmarking tool designed …

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lastdrive MS-DOS Command

Type: Internal (3.0 and later) Syntax: LASTDRIVE=(drive letter) Purpose: Used in the CONFIG.SYS file to set the maximum number of drives that can be accessed. Discussion If you set the available disk drives to a letter value lower than that required by your existing system, DOS will automatically override the …

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sys MS-DOS Command

Type: External (1.0 and later) Syntax: SYS [source] d: Purpose: Transfers the operating system files to another disk. The three files that are transferred are: IO.SYS MSDOS.SYS COMMAND.COM (if you are using IBM’s version of DOS, they are named IBMIO.SYS, IBMDOS.SYS, and COMMAND.COM). Discussion Using versions of DOS prior to …

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BIOS Translation

HPFS If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! Notice This excerpt has been taken from the Internet in order to preserve the document and its content for the benefit of those interested in the history of HPFS. Journal: Microsoft …

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BIOS Translation

BIOS Translation If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! BIOS translation is one of the most important techniques used to break the 504 MB disk size barrier resulting from the combination of BIOS and IDE/ATA hard disk restrictions. This …

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Setting Up Windows 98

You can also use the Internet Connection Wizard to sign you up with an ISP if you do not already have an account with one, or it can help you configure your Internet software if you already have an ISP and do not need to sign up. Once the wizard …

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File Attributes

File Attributes If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! Each file is stored in a directory, and uses a directory entry that describes its characteristics such as its name, file extension and size. The directory entry also contains a …

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Setting Up Windows 95

After you install and configure TCP/IP, you need to configure a Dial-Up Networking connection to an Internet Service Provider. The way you configure the connection settings will depend on the type of Internet server to which you are connecting. To connect to a PPP server that supports the Password Authentication …

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Using Scheduled Tasks in Windows 2000

Using Scheduled Tasks Using Scheduled Tasks, you can schedule any script, program, or document to run at a time that is most convenient for you. Scheduled Tasks starts each time you start Windows¬†2000, and runs in the background. Using the Scheduled Task wizard (available by double-clicking Scheduled Tasks in Control …

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