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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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Controlling UDMA in Windows 2000

Microsoft® Windows 2000 Knowledge Center Taking Control of UDMA in Windows 2000 If you have arrived here through a search engine, and do not have a menu to the left, click here! Enabling UDMA/Ultra ATA (Facts and Fiction) As we have stressed in this article, don’t make any assumptions and …

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Performance Center No Frames Menu

About US Help and FAQ Site Map Welcome to our Performance Center Menu Page You have arrived at this page either from our Site Map or because your browser doesn’t support frame pages. If you arrived via our Site Map and would rather use a moving menu for performance topics …

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Windows 2000 Installation Readiness Analyzer Download and Use

In the United States, call (425) 635-7179, 6:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Pacific time, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. In Canada, please call (905) 568-2294 or toll-free (800) 668-7975, 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. eastern time, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

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Application Based Benchmarking

Corel CorelDraw 9.0 This script first takes an abstract design and applies a Corel “Art Stroke” to it and then runs various filter effects (spheroid, charcoal, etc). It then creates and manipulates a scene composed of vector graphics. Next, it takes a raster image and applies several effects (add noise, …

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device MS-DOS Command

Type: Internal (2.0 and later) Syntax: DEVICE=[d:][\path]\filename [parameters] Purpose: Used in the CONFIG.SYS file to load device drivers into conventional memory. Discussion This command allows you to use devices with your computer system that are not normally supported by DOS. Many installation programs will insert a device driver into your …

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Intel Motherboard Cross Reference

Marketing Name Development Name Chipset BIOS Info Processors supported PCI 66 Slots PCI 33 Slots ISA Slots Cache Memory Memory SIMM Type 1st Disk (for two drives) 2nd Disk (for two drives) Video Graphics Audio I/O AC450NX Platform ? 450NX PCIset 100MHz ? Quad Pentium II Xeon 4 5+1 0+1 …

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Regmon by Sysinternals.com

By Foundstone, Inc. System intruders usually depend on vulnerable TCP/UDP ports being available for them to target, which means the more ports open, the greater the risk. Locking down applications that aren’t required is an essential part of securing your network, but to do this effectively you first need to …

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I/O Card Parity Error

I/O Card Parity Error If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! Explanation: An expansion card has generated an error indicating a failure, or at the least, a malfunction. Generally this means a problem with the card itself, and not …

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Regular Expression Operators for Search And Replace

Regular Expression Search – Match Operators Operator Description * Zero or more expressions enclosed in () or can be used by itself (see below). This operator is meant to be used around strings. Entering several expressions in a row containing * should be carefully done to avoid overlapping characters which …

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