Jenkins, John Chapter 1

Jenkins, John Chapter 1 - 14. To connect and external home...

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1. So that data can be easily read by hardware and written by software. 2. Input, Processing, Storage and Output 3. INPUT: keyboard, mouse OUTPUT: monitor and printer 4. (1) A method for the CPU to communicate with the device (2) Software to instruct and control the device (3) Electricity to power the device. 5. 8 bits 6. To allow expansion cards (for video, audio, etc) to be added to the computer and to facilitate communication between the mother board and the expansion board. 7. The CPU 8. Intel, Cyrix, AMD 9. Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) 10. front side bus and data bus 11. Main board and System board 12. Data cables to connect devices to one another and power cables to supply power to devices. 13. Mouse port, keyboard port and USB port
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Unformatted text preview: 14. To connect and external home theater audio system to provide quality digital output. 15. RIMM, DIMM, SIMM 16. Volatile memory (RAM) loses all data when power is not present. Nonvolatile does not need power to retain data. 17. Primary is faster yet volatile and secondary is slower but nonvolatile. 18. ATA: IDE, EIDE 19. 64 bits 20. Hz 21. system bus, PCI bus, Universal serial bus, AGP bus 22. AC, DC 23. Flash ROM 24. The BIOS 25. CD-ROM, Floppy disk, Hard Drive Disk 26. one, one million, one billion 27. video 28. four 29. (1) Manage simple devices: System BIOS (2) Start the computer: Startup BIOS (3) Change Mother Board settings: CMOS 30. Coin (CMOS) battery on the mother board...
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2008 for the course CIS 348 taught by Professor Ciampa during the Spring '08 term at Western Kentucky University.

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