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Unformatted text preview: CST 8174 Lab# 7 Objectives • To examine details of the FAT32 file system • To examine some basic hardware diagnostic indicators Equipment: • D-Link 10/100 NIC • Ethernet Cable • Toolkit & anti-static wrist strap • Copy of Runtime Disk Explorer for FAT • Copy of 7-Zip uncompress utility Procedure : N.B. : Follow these procedures carefully. At all times, if you are unsure or are having problems, consult your lab teacher to insure that you are not inadvertently damaging the equipment . DOWNLOADING UTILITIES You will be required to download two utilities for this lab 7-Zip, and Runtime Disk Explorer for FAT Downloading WINZIP 7-Zip is a file uncompress utility that is used to extract Windows files from .zip archives. We will need this utility to install Disk Explorer Create a directory on your desktop called ‘7zip’ Open the FireFox web browser, and type ‘cstech’ in the Address space Click on T-110, located in the left hand menu then click on drivers and downloads Download the installation file for 7Zip from this website. Save the file in the 7zip folder you’ve created on the desktop. Installing 7Zip Open the 7Zip folder on your desktop Double click the file you will find there. This should install 7-Zip onto your system. Downloading Runtime Disk Explorer for FAT Disk Explorer is a disk browsing utility that allows you to view the contents of...
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CST CST8174 taught by Professor Matthewo'meara during the Winter '08 term at Algonquin College.
- Winter '08