98 C Error messages about video appear when Windows starts This can be caused

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98CError messages about video appear when Windows starts. This can be caused by a conflict in onboard video and the video card. Try disabling onboard video in Device Manager.99AA sound card (an expansion card with sound ports) or onboard sound (sound ports embedded on a motherboard) can play and record sound, and then save it in a file.100CA sound card (an expansion card with sound ports) or onboard sound (sound ports embedded on a motherboard) can play and record sound, and save it in a file.101BA TV tuner card can turn your computer into a television. A port on the card receives input from a TV cable and lets you view television on your computer monitor.102AA video capture card lets you capture video input and save it to a file on your hard drive.103BWhen installing a TV tuner or capture card, you will most likely install the drivers, install the card, and then install the application software that comes bundled with the card. You can then configure and manage the card using the applications.104CThe CRT (cathode-ray tube) monitor was first used in television sets, takes up alot of desk space, and is now largely obsolete.105AThe LCD (liquid crystal display) monitor, also called a flat-panel monitor, was first used in laptops.106DA plasma monitor provides high contrast with better color than LCD monitors.
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107BBacklighting is used to light the LCD panel. The trend for most monitor manufacturers is to use LED backlighting, which provides a better range and accuracy of color and uses less power than earlier technologies.108AAn OLED (Organic Light-emitting Diode) monitor uses a thin LED layer or film between two grids of electrodes. OLED screens provide better contrast, work in darker rooms, and use less power than an LCD monitor.109CThe refresh rate, also called the response time, is the time it takes for a monitor to build one screen, measured in ms (milliseconds) or Hz (hertz).110BThe resolution is the number of spots or pixels on a screen that can be addressed by software.111DThe native resolution is the number of pixels built into the LCD monitor.112BBrightness is measured in cd/m2 (candela per square meter), which is the same as lumens/m2 (lumens per square meter).113CA video card can use an AGP, PCI, or PCI Express slot on the motherboard. The fastest slot to use is a PCIe x16 slot.114DThe 15-pin VGA port is the standard analog video port and transmits three signals of red, green, and blue (RGB).115BThe DVI-I port supports both analog and digital signals.116CComposite video does not produce as sharp an image as VGA video or S-Video.117AThe HDMI standards allow for several types of HDMI connectors. The best known, which is used on most computers and televisions, is the Type A 19-pin HDMI connector.
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118DA few older video cameras use a 6-pin variation of S-Video. The connector is called a MiniDin-6 connector and looks like a PS/2 connector used by a keyboard or mouse.
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