The best of the best--all the essential reference tables and configuration settings without the bulk of the full version of Upgrading and Repairing PCs. This edition includes tables and charts on everything from BIOS settings to monitor sizing to jumper settings for corner peripherals IDE Drives to SCSI data-transfer rates and more! Troubleshooting and Error-code coverage includes AMI, Award, Phoenix, IBM and BIOS error codes, nonfatal system board errors, and personal computer Error Codes. This logically organized reference lets you spend less time searching and more time finding solutions. Information is broken up by component and listed alphabetically. Connector and port visual ID charts help identify a variety of input/output ports, such as serial, parallel, video and SCSI connectors.Mueller, Scott is the author of 'Upgrading and Repairing PCs Technician's Portable Reference', published 2000 under ISBN 9780789724540 and ISBN 0789724545.
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