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  • Smart Computing Article - PC-To-PC Data Transfers
    . There are a number of methods to move data between computers. Which method you choose depends on how much of the original PC s working environment or data you want to transfer and how much time, money, and effort you re willing to invest. Although the easiest way of transferring data involves connecting
  • Smart Computing Article - System File Filing
    . There are a lot of different system file types, but they often have file name extensions such as .SYS, .DLL, .REG, .DRV, and .EXE, among others. These files contain essential data that your PC needs for the most basic operations, so we ll mention right away that moving or erasing such files may
  • Smart Computing Article - From Notebook To PC (& Back)
    From Notebook To PC ( & Back) May 2005 Vol.9 Issue 3 Add To My Personal Library From Notebook To PC ( & Back) Transfer Files Easily From One To The Other Having a notebook as a second PC has become a necessity for many. Although you may love the freedom that a notebook provides you, you probably
  • Smart Computing Article - Your Networked Media Center PC
    convenience, of course, an important consideration when file access is a major focus of your household s entertainment life. Which brings us back to the Media Center PC. The conventional wisdom is that network storage devices can be nothing more than older PCs outfitted with a new hard drive and left powered
  • Smart Computing Article - New Life For Old Files
    New Life For Old Files May 2005 Vol.9 Issue 3 Page(s) 214-215 in print issue Add To My Personal Library New Life For Old Files Get 'Em Back In Working Order Parting with your old sneakers was hard enough. Imagine throwing out the old PC that introduced you to the digital world. It s dusty
  • Smart Computing Article - Compressed File Saver
    May 2005 Vol.9 Issue 3 Add To My Personal Library Don't Get Lost In The Translation With compression now commonplace, Microsoft integrated support for Zip files into Windows Me and XP, giving every PC owner a chance to use the handy technology. Compression is a terrific way to archive files
  • Smart Computing Article - Using & Fixing Config.sys File
    to fill in the missing pieces. The main thing that Config.sys concerns itself with is memory, an expensive and precious resource in a computer that must be managed wisely. Your PC can run without a Config.sys file, but it may move much more slowly and certain programs may not open. DOS also knows
  • Implementing File I/O Functions Using Microchip?s Memory Disk Drive File System Library
    , but not limited to, data can be read by a PC and data written by a PC can Flash-based media and FAT file sys- be read by a microcontroller. Most operating systems (R) tems available from CompactFlash (R) XP) support this file system. (i.e., Windows Association, SD Card Association, MultiMediaCard

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