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Attrib MS-DOS Command

Type: External (3.0 and later) Syntax: ATTRIB [d:][path]filename [/S] ATTRIB [+ R|-R] [+A|-A] [+ H|-H] [+ S|-S] [d:][path]filename [/S] Purpose: Sets or displays the read-only, archive, system, and hidden attributes of a file or directory. Discussion Using the ATTRIB command, you can change a file`s read/write attribute or set the …

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Network Hardware Problems

Make sure that there are no shorts between the center copper core and the cable ends. Coax cable is made up of four (4) components, (1) a copper center conductor, (2) an insulator around the copper center conductor, (3) thin wire mesh shielding or ground and (4) the outer sheath. …

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Formatting Your Hard Drive for Windows 2000

Formatting Your Hard Drive By now you should have accomplished the following: You have made a decision whether you were going to use a FAT 16, FAT 32, or NTFS file system for your hard drive. Remember, FAT 16 has a 4 gigabyte partition size limitation! Not sure what “FAT” …

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General Description

Some manufacturers have their own way for entering BIOS as shown below: Acer – Ctrl+Alt+Esc AST, Advantage, Award, Tandon – Ctrl + Alt + Esc Compaq – F10 (When the square is in the top right hand corner of screen) Dell – F1 or Del. Dells – Some require pressing …

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Network cabling

Additional Network and Cable Information Courtesy of Cisco While some of this information applies only to Cisco and their equipment, the remainder we found useful in providing a better over all understanding of cabling and issues relating to them. Table of Contents Cables Twisted-pair Cable and Connector Pin-outs 10Base-T Straight-through …

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Visually Identifying Your Computers Memory

How to Visually Identify Your Memory And we added a sprinkle of some very basic memory facts! During the early part of the 1980’s personal computer memory primarily of memory chips in dual in-line packages that were either soldered to the printed circuit boards or pressed into DIP sockets. Both …

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DOS Boot Process

The MS-DOS Boot Process If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! The System Boot Sequence consists of a series of events that the system performs when it is turned on (or rebooted with the reset switch). This always starts …

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Year 2000 Readiness

Year 2000 (Y2K) Readiness Disclosure As spring approaches, and the clamor and anticipation of what might have happened in the world of computers quickly reaches an end, we begin looking towards other important issues throughout the world. Over the coming months we will be posting here the results of our …

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Knowledge Center

You have arrived at this page because your browser does not support frame pages, but no matter, we support both frames and non-frames viewing. Below you will find links that will take you to the subject matter contained here at our Knowledge Center. If you would rather view this material …

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Megabyte Versus Megabit

Megabyte (MB) versus Megabit (Mb), What’s The Difference? Really, it’s an issue of the Big B vs. little b! Okay, okay, that just adds to the confusion, right? All through our Web site we remind you to check carefully when making memory purchases to insure that you are, indeed, getting …

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