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Operating and Using Microsoft's ICS

Operating and Using Windows 98SE Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) Okay, you’ve installed or upgraded to Windows 98SE, you’ve installed Internet Connection Sharing and your system has been restarted. Now you click Start, Programs and …ummm nothing has changed and there’s no reference what so ever to ICS! Now you’re saying …

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Microsoft's ICS Related Knowledge Base Articles

Microsoft Knowledge Base Articles Relevant to Internet Connection Sharing Disable File and Printer Sharing For Additional Security Q199346 ICS Does Not Install File and Printer Sharing By Default Q227141 Unable to Connect Error Message Using MIRC and ICS Q227148 Unable to Connect” Error Message Using MIRC and ICS in Windows …

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Performance Center

Welcome to the Performance Center Everyone wants their computer to be faster. There are so many myths regarding performance, we felt it was time to present the facts in a manner that can be easily understood by nearly everyone. The marketing departments of the large computer companies work their magic …

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Performance Center Introduction, Computers, Servers, Networking, Site Design

Welcome to the Performance Center If you have arrived at this page, it is because your browser does not support frames pages or you have elected not to use them. No matter, we support both frames and non-frames viewing. Below you will find a button to take you to our …

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Minimum Hardware Requirements For Windows 2000

Minimum Hardware Requirements These requirements apply to: Windows 2000 Professional Windows 2000 Server Windows 2000 Advanced Server Windows 2000 Professional 133 MHz or higher Pentium-compatible CPU. 64 megabytes (MB) of RAM recommended minimum; more memory generally improves responsiveness [4 gigabytes (GB) RAM maximum.] 2 GB hard disk with a minimum …

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Rom and Ram, Bit and Bytes

What does it all mean? What is ROM? ROM is an acronym for Read-Only Memory. It refers to computer memory chips containing permanent or semi-permanent pre-recorded programs. Unlike RAM, ROM is non-volatile. Even after you turn off your computer, the contents of the ROM remains available. Almost every computer comes …

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The 1,024 Cylinder (504 MiB / 528 MB) Barrier

The 1,024 Cylinder (504 MiB / 528 MB) Barrier If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! The first of the hard disk barriers was the 504 MiB limitation for standard IDE/ATA hard disks, which began showing up in systems …

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Memory Parity Errors

Memory Parity Errors If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! Explanation: During the BIOS POST process a memory parity error was detected within the system memory. Parity checking is used to detect memory corruption between the time that data …

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Operating Systems and File Systems DOS MS-DOS PC-DOS

Operating Systems and their File Systems If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! DOS – MS-DOS®– PC-DOS® If you have been involved with computers and their operating systems for any length of time, since maybe 1995 or so, then …

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Determining How Much Memory You Need

Determining Your Memory Needs! While there are no “Rules of Thumb” or “Laws of Physics” on which to rely in determining exactly how much memory any one person needs, there are some relevant generalizations that you can use to get a pretty good idea of what you may need. These …

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