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How To Install . . . A Hard Drive October 1999 Vol.7 Issue 10 Add To My Personal Library How To Install . . . A Hard Drive As you accumulate software, you may find your hard drive is running out of space. Today's feature-rich applications and massive operating systems, which are derisively termed...

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As the dismal downturn affecting most semiconductor manufacturers and their suppliers takes on the dimensions of Greek tragedy, another part of the advanced microelectronics sector sees the makings of a happy ending. Although exhibit space grew at the recent Diskcon 98 trade show in San Jose, the...

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November 2000 Vol.8 Issue 11 Page(s) 93-95 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Creating partitions is easier than it sounds. With a startup diskette in place, boot the computer. When the machine boots, type in FDISK and press ENTER. Select the new drive from the choices you'll see. You'll...

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Hackers have developed increasingly more sophisticated tools that let individuals with less technical acumen break into systems. Photo Courtesy Of Enterasys Networks, Inc. By definition, a hacker is simply an individual who solves a technical problem by "hacking " out a solution through computer...

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October 2005 Vol.9 Issue 6 Page(s) 145-147 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Problem: It seems like my PC is not detecting my hard drive. Normally, hard drives and optical drives (such as CD or DVD drives) identify themselves to your system s BIOS (Basic Input/Output System...

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November 2000 Vol.8 Issue 11 Page(s) 42-45 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Make Buying Sense Out Of Complex Factors The experts we interviewed for this article also pointed out other considerations users might want to think about when purchasing a hard drive. Seagate's John Paulsen...

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If your only complaint about your hard drive is how noisy it is, start shopping for a low-decibel model. Seagate offers some of the quietest drives around. Consumer desktop hard drives come with either IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics, also called ATA [Advanced Technology Attachment], PATA...

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How To Install . . . Second Hard Drives October 1999 Vol.7 Issue 10 Add To My Personal Library How To Install . . . Second Hard Drives One of the major benefits of adding a new hard drive to your system is the fact that you get to keep and use your old one. If you're installing a new video card...

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February 2006 Vol.6 Issue 2 Page(s) 16-20 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Plus, Why "SATA II " Doesn't Mean What You Think Your next hard drive is tired of you calling it SATA II. SATA II actually doesn t mean much not even SATA 2.0. The reason people associate it with the latest...

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Using . . . Drive Converter February 1999 Vol.5 Issue 2 Add To My Personal Library Using . . . Drive Converter Windows 98 has been billed as the upgrade that will allow improved hard drive storage capabilities. The operating system delivers on that promise by allowing users of older, obsolete...

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