Jenkins, John Chapter 6

Jenkins, John Chapter 6 - Remove all modules& replace...

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1. Alike = Pins on both sides of the module. Both use a speed rating. Different = SIMMs have a much smaller data path. DIMM pins are not a single contact on each side, has independent contacts for each side. 2. 3. The RIMM, because it is a technology on which a royalty must be paid to the creators. 4. 1 5. They are keyed differently. 6. Continuity RIMM 7. PC100 8. Based upon the key position in relation to the connector pins. 9. 4 10. 2 11. 800 MHz or 1066 MHz 12. Remove & reinstall the module – Ensure the motherboard supports the memory – Clean the edge connectors – Flash the ROM 13. System can lock up or you routinely receive illegal operations or General Protection Fault error messages. 14. Check for viruses – Run a diagnostic utility – Try re-seating the modules –
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Unformatted text preview: Remove all modules & replace them one by one. 15. Yes, because the 70 module is slower than the 60, so the motherboard would simply revert to 70. WRONG – YOU SHOULD NEVER USE MEMORY SLOWER THAN WHAT IS RECCOMMENDED. 16. Chip manufacture dates that are not relatively close in time – If the chips do not have a glossy surface, they are probably used or remanufactured. 17. DIMM is open. RIMM is copyrighted. 18. 32-bit, 64-bit 19. 16-bit and 32-bit 20. SDRAM runs in sync with the system clock. DDR runs at twice the speed of the system clock and increased the frequency up to 500 MHz. 21. They work independently. 22. CL3 23. PC3200 24. Msinfo32 25. Because ECC is the more reliable type that is generally used in servers....
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