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  • Implementing File I/O Functions Using Microchip?s Memory Disk Drive File System Library
    AN1045 Implementing File I/O Functions Using Microchip's Memory Disk Drive File System Library have two electrically determined signals, card detect Author: Peter Reen and write-protect, that allow the user to determine if the Microchip Technology Inc. card is physically inserted
  • Implementing a Mass Storage Device Using the Microchip USB Device Firmware Framework
    USB devices are now part a daily life for many people throughout the world. Removable USB hard drives, USB memory sticks (thumb drives), multi-card readers and many digital cameras appear as a new disk drive when they are plugged into the USB port of a computer. These devices all use the Mass
  • Smart Computing Article - Improving Your Portables
    with the characteristics of a typical desktop PC. On the inside there are roomy interiors with industry-standard connections for disk drives, memory, and expansion cards (including video) and a wide choice of processors and processor upgrades. On the outside you will find a huge array of options for keyboards
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  • Smart Computing Article - Windows 2000 Hardware Errors
    or more device drivers (small programs that let Windows communicate with a computer's hardware) may be using an improper memory address. If the problem is hardware failure, remove all unnecessary hardware devices from your computer and try restarting your computer with a single memory module, disk
  • Board Level
    Board-level motion controllers typically contain one or more circuit boards mounted in a card-rack chassis. One board generally holds the computer and memory hardware. Another holds the interface for any mass storage such as a hard-disk drive. Other boards may be used to provide input/output
  • Computer Power User Article - Workstations 101
    , perhaps you re about ready for a workstation, too. We found it nearly impossible to formulate a solid definition of a workstation by talking to manufacturers. Disk drive vendors emphasize SCSI RAIDs. Graphics card vendors give you the impression that workstation-ness hinges on the GPU and certified

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