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Speed up your Fast Ethernet Network

How to Speed Up Your Existing Fast Ethernet Network Fast Ethernet networks, in most cases, operate with shared bandwidth, which means that the network’s overall speed is spread out across all of the available computers (nodes). If you have a hub with 5 nodes attached to it, and the total …

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select MS-DOS Command

Type: External Syntax: SELECT [d:] [d:][path][country code][keyboard code] Purpose: Formats a disk and installs country-specific information and keyboard codes In DOS Version 6, this command is stored on the DOS supplemental disk. Discussion SELECT transfers country-specific information, such as date and time formats for a country. After the target disk …

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Operating Systems and File Systems – OS/2

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! IMB’s OS/2 HPFS File System In the early 1990s, two of the biggest competitors in the computer industry each had an urgent need, they both needed …

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Introduction to Fast Ethernet

Introduction to Fast Ethernet Welcome to our Fast Ethernet information center! Whether you’re building a network from scratch and want exceptional speed, or you’re simply expanding an existing Fast Ethernet network, we have a full line of fast 100Mbps hardware that is perfect for video conferencing, multimedia, graphics, fast data …

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Windows Device Manager Registry Keys

Registry Keys Used by the Device Manager The Device Manager uses registry keys stored in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\b0 key. The following are the major subkeys of the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\b0 key: Active\b0 The Active\b0 key contains subkeys that track currently active drivers loaded by the Device Manager. Device driver setup routines should not …

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mirror MS-DOS Command

Type: External Syntax: MIRROR [d:]path [d:] path […] MIRROR [d1:][d2:][…] [/T(drive)(files)] [/partn][/U][/1] Purpose: Used to store information about a disk’s file allocation table, boot record, and root directory (to be used later for file recovery). (In DOS Version 6, this program is stored on the DOS supplemental disk.) Discussion The …

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Memory Latencies

Memory Latency What is it, and what causes it? Memory latency is comprised of the following factors: Address decoding delay Word line delay Bit line sensing delay Output driving delay Wire RC Delay (dominant) If the effects of chip processing improvements are considered, it has been found that DRAM latency …

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The Windows 2000 Recycle Bin

The Windows 2000 Recycle Bin The Recycle Bin provides a safety net when deleting files or folders in Windows 2000. When you delete any of these items from your hard disk, Windows 2000 places it in the Recycle Bin and the Recycle Bin icon changes from empty to full. Items deleted from …

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Why Fast Ethernet

Why Choose Fast Ethernet? The answer to this question is simple! Fast Ethernet offers numerous advantages over standard Ethernet networks. It is fully capable of running at speeds of up to 100 million bits per second. It is ten times faster than older 10BaseT networks, which makes it perfect for …

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Introduction to Fibre Networking

Introduction to Fiber Networking If you are truly interested in overcoming the distance and speed limitations imposed by 10/100 based networking, Fiber Networking is the direction to travel. Fiber cabling is presently the best way to get the ultimate in speed-intensive performance from your 100Mbps Fast Ethernet network. Known as …

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