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Thursday, June 23, 2005

The Hard Drive (2)

I am not going to go much further into details, but you must know that when a hard drive comes out from the manufacturer is blank, there are no data on it. Before you can start using it, you need therefore to carry at least two operations: one is called partitioning and the other is formatting. This... Sign in to see full entry.

The Hard Drive

Connected to a connector on the systemboard via a flat cable, the hard drive is the largest storage device in your computer. Let me introduce this device to you. This is much bigger in capacity than a diskette: nowadays you can easily buy a computer with a standard 30 GB, or even more, hard disk. GB... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

How to physically install a sound card inside your computer.

WARNING! Before you start any operation inside a computer you need to protect your computer components against Electrostatic Discharge (ESD). This means that you need to ground yourself before touching electronic components and this includes the hard drive, disk drive, system board, expansion cards,... Sign in to see full entry.

How to Disable Device Manager

How to Disable Device Manager To disable the Device Manager and prevent users from adding, removing, or tampering with devices installed on the system you need to use Group Policy. First start the Microsoft Management Console by typing MMC in the Start | Run. You should know how to add a Snap-in if... Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, June 18, 2005

How To Show All Hidden Devices in Device Manager

How To Show All Hidden Devices in Device Manager Devices that are installed but are not currently connected to the computer (such as a Universal Serial Bus (USB) device or "ghosted" devices) are not normally displayed in Device Manager. This tweak causes all devices to be shown. Open your registry... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, June 17, 2005

What information can I gather from the Device Manager

What information can I gather from the Device Manager As the Device Manager deals with devices and as these need resources, the following discussion is useful to understand the information that you can gather from Device Manager. Resource Type Interrupts: Hardware devices use interrupts to send... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, June 16, 2005

Example of using the Device Manager to fix a “Stop error” in Windows 2000

Example of using the Device Manager to fix a “Stop error” in Windows 2000 The Microsoft Knowledhe Base article #Q321420 reports the following symptom: When you use a dial-up remote access service (RAS) connection to browse the Internet or to connect to a corporate network, your computer may stop... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, June 15, 2005

What can you do from the Device manager panel? [continued]

Unistall Devices From Device Manager you can also remove a device, which is non-PnP. A legacy device can be removed by selecting this same device and choosing Uninstall from Device Manager's Action menu. You can also right-click the device and hshoose Uninstall from ther shortcut menu. NOTE: Some... Sign in to see full entry.

What can you do from the Device manager panel?

What can you do from the Device manager panel? First you can list Devices by connection Resources by type Resources by connection Device manager allows you to Configure Devices; it means that you can Change resources. From Device Manager, Select the Device's Properties dialog box, then go to... Sign in to see full entry.

How to create a shortcut to Device Manager

How to create a shortcut to Device Manager Right-glick anywhere on the desktop, then select New | Shortcut. The “Create Shortcut” screen comes up. At this point type in %windir%\System32\mmc.exe %systemroot%\system32\devmgmt.msc and click Next. In the next screen, type in a name for the shortcut.... Sign in to see full entry.

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