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Microsofts Personal Web Server Release Notes

This document contains information about new features, important product considerations, and installation instructions for Microsoft® Personal Web Server (PWS). The following sections are included: Welcome to Personal Web Server 4.0 Product Comparison: PWS for Windows 98 and PWS for Windows NT Workstation Installing PWS 4.0 Product Documentation Other Known Problems and Limitations Troubleshooting Providing …

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Networking Overview

A Network Overview Okay, now that you have read through the various aspects of Networking, let’s try and tie it all together. Decide on a peer-to-peer or client-server NOS. You will need to choose one or the other depending on the size and complexity of your network, such as a …

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Warranty Information

Warranty information presented throughout this web site may, from time to time, contain inconsistencies, inaccuracies and typographical errors as we are, after all, human beings and electronic components and their warranties do change on a regular basis. You should always refer to your written warranty for specific warranty information applicable …

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Serial ATA

Serial ATA If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! Introduction There have been some components of PCs that haven’t changed much since the early days of PC’s, nearly 15 years ago. Floppy drives are still around, and haven’t changed …

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Checking Hardware and Software Compatibility For Windows 2000

Checking Hardware and Software Compatibility Regardless of whether you are doing a fresh installation of Windows® 2000 or upgrading from a previous Windows operating system, checking your hardware and software for compatibility with Windows® 2000 is a must. Before you attempt to install Windows® 2000, use the tools and resources …

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Bios Compatibility and Windows 2000

If your computer manufacturer has indicated that you need a new BIOS and you do not update it, or you install the wrong BIOS version, your computer may stop working properly. Please be aware that installing an incorrect BIOS update may cause serious damage to your computer system. Review the …

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Windows 2000 System Readiness Analyzer

If you have Internet access, or you have a limited access or you are a business or corporate user and would like the analyzer in a floppy disk format in order to run it on several machines, you can download a two diskette version either from this site or directly …

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Windows® NT File System In the early 1990s, Microsoft set out to create a high-quality, high-performance, reliable and secure operating system. The goal of this operating system was to allow Microsoft to get a foothold in the lucrative business and corporate market–at the time, Microsoft’s operating systems were MS-DOS and …

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What is an Config.sys file?

What are the configuration commands used? The config.sys file is found in the root directory of the C: drive (or other boot drive) of every PC. The config.sys tells MS-DOS which peripherals and devices are installed on your computer. Only in MS-DOS 4.0 or higher, may programs may be started …

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New Computer Inquiry

New Computer Inquiry By providing the following contact information, you will enable us to personalize the information we will be preparing for you as well as enable us to know with whom we are dealing. This substantially reduces the incidences of Internet fraud. None of the information that you provide …

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