Network Administration in Windows XP

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On the pages you will find the third edition of the systematic description of the "iron" part of the family of the most common personal computers. The book gives a deep knowledge of both the individual electronic subsystems (memory, processors, disks, and so on. N.) "And to link them into a single unit - a personal computer with all its advantages and disadvantages. Signal description in the book is illustrated timing diagrams and charts of various types of connection devices. Provides information on installing and configuring the hardware, are not left on the sidelines and practical issues of diagnosis, as well as electrical safety issues. To the untrained readers in the introduction are the basics of computer technology and some other information necessary for an understanding of the material, which allows to recommend the book to a wider audience. Compared with the previous edition, had great success with readers, the book added a number of new data and reflect all the innovations that have appeared in recent years: the new processors, including the 64-bit extensions; New types of memory; New bus (PCI-x, PCI Express, Hyper Transport); Serial ATA and SCSI; a detailed description of FireWire. In addition, the detected errors are corrected and some structural flaws, eliminate the "white spots".

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