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Creating a Windows 95 System Boot Disk

Building a Windows 95 Startup Disk NOTE: You may be prompted for the Windows 95 diskette or CD-ROM. Insert diskette #1 or the CD-ROM. Click the ‘Start’ button to display the ‘Start’ menu. Select ‘Settings’ and select ‘Control Panel’. (The ‘Control Panel’ window appears.) Double-click the ‘Add/Remove Programs’ icon. (The …

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How Fat is the Fat – The Windows File Allocation Table

What is FAT and And just how fat is it? If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! For the uninitiated, FAT means File Allocation Table. In order to understand what the File Allocation Table is all about, you must …

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Frequently Asked Questions About Computer Memory

Frequently Asked Questions About Computer Memory Over the years we have been bombarded with memory questions about what works, what doesn’t, as well as which motherboard should have which memory. Sometimes some of the questions are rather zany or crazy, while others are rather serious quests for information. Here you …

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Hard Drive Size Barriers, In Depth

Hard Drive Size Limitations and Barriers In Depth   If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here!In the first segment, Hard Drive Size Limitations and Barriers – The Basics, we covered the basics of hard drive size barriers and limitations, …

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Installing Windows 2000

Installing Windows 2000 Installing Windows 2000 can be a good or even a great experience. This is especially true if you have spent any time at all around Windows 95 or Windows 98. Windows 2000 is truly intuitive in the way it handles hardware detection and installation routines. It can, …

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Hard Drive Clusters and File Allocation

Hard Drive Clusters and File Allocation If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! As we have explained throughout our segments on hard drives, as well as their structures and file systems, the purpose of the file system itself is …

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Regcleaner

RegCleaner© Table of Contents Introduction What RegCleaner does? Why would you use RegCleaner? Important information About the Features: Remove software’s registry entries StartUp list Uninstall menu File Types New file Shell Extensions Shared DLLs Backups Remove .Reg files Registry Cleanup Options: Options FAQ Keyboard shortcuts Tips & Tricks Info for …

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MBR and EMBR Manipulation Utility

MBRWork For some reason that is totally unclear, at times the Master Boot Record in Windows 9x will become damaged and render the afflicted computer unbootable. Sometimes this can be fixed by booting to the Windows 9x Startup Boot Disk and typing FIDSK /MBR and then touch the enter key. …

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How to identify a PC133 Memory Module

Identifying PC133 Memory Modules! What you should know.. Before we show you how to distinguish PC133 memory from all others, some background information might be appropriate. Elsewhere in our Performance Center we have discussed How to Visually Identify Memory Types, How to Verify PC100 Compliant Memory and what the PC100 …

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Hard Drive Media Transfer Rates

Hard Drive Media Transfer Rates (Cont.) If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! As you have read at the start of this segment, during the last three years we have moved quickly away from what was thought to be …

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