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  • Smart Computing Article - iHacks
    the installation is finished. Instead, safely remove the iPod and when it reboots, enter Disk Mode again. Click Run in the Start Menu, type , and click OK. In the window that appears, type If the listed capacity is not 1GB less than your iPod s capacity, type . In most cases, this will display
  • Smart Computing Article - Hard Drives
    have been damaged by age, a power anomaly, or a virus. Always check for the presence of other disks in the system. For example, an unbootable floppy diskette will cause a nonsystem error until you remove it. Otherwise, it s worth trying to recover the hard drive first. If you cannot restore
  • MICRO:Process Equipment-CMP Consumables, by Douglas W. Cooper, p.53 (July '99)
    Douglas W. Cooper and Rob C. Linke, Whether used to remove excess metal or oxide from IC chips or thin-film data-storage disks, chemical-mechanical polishing or planarization (CMP) has become an increasingly important and rapidly growing technology. Most CMP combines chemical activity with abrasion
  • MICRO: Process Tool Support
    semiconductor manufacturing processes, some of which are also used in the manufacture of disk media and flat-panel displays. Processes that deposit thin films, such as sputtering and CVD, and processes that remove thin films, such as plasma etching and CMP, are especially prone to contamination from process
  • 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

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