Upgrading and Repairing PCs (6th edition) by Scott Mueller

By Scott Mueller

The number 1 promoting name out there. This re-creation shifts the point of interest from IBM computers to Intel-based platforms and is up to date to deal with home windows ninety five and home windows NT 4.0 matters and issues. a whole replace of Communications and Networking part covers contemporary improvements and web concerns.

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The company established what then was called the Entry Systems Division, located in Boca Raton, Florida, to develop the new system. This small group consisted of 12 engineers and designers under the direction of Don Estridge; the team’s chief designer was Lewis Eggebrecht. The division developed IBM’s first real PC. ) Nearly all these engineers had been moved to the new division from the System/23 DataMaster project, which in 1980 introduced a small office computer system that was the closest predecessor to the IBM PC.

You can find descriptions of all these settings in the documentation for your motherboard chipset, which can be obtained from the chipset manufacturer. To get this type of hardware-service documentation, contact the system manufacturer. For example, you can easily get IBM manuals direct from IBM. To order the IBM manuals, call this toll-free number: 800-IBM-PCTB (800-426-7282) TB is the abbreviation for Technical Books. m. m. Eastern time. When you call, you can request copies of the Technical Directory, a catalog that lists all part numbers and the prices of available documentation.

The special EISA Bus controller chips add several hundred dollars to the cost of a motherboard. In fact, having EISA slots on board can double the cost of the motherboard. Another reason for the relative failure of EISA was the fact that the performance it offered actually was greater than that of most peripherals to which it could be connected. This incompatibility in performance also was true for MCA. The available hard disks and other peripherals could not transfer data as fast as the 16-bit ISA Bus could handle, so why use EISA, a still faster bus?

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