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DDR2 SDRAM:8GB 5. Take a picture of the actual BIOS or find an image of the correct BIOS online. Complete the following: a. Include an image of the BIOS screen showing the Boot menu. b. Include a clear image of this motherboard and the source of this image (in APA format). c. Label at least eight items on the motherboard image. Tip : it is best to use numbers to point to the parts, and make a list of the names matched to the numbers. Numbers can be added in Word using “Insert – Symbol (choose circled numbers in Wingdings”. d. Clear image of the backplane (ports in back) of the motherboard (state the source of this image). Recommended source is your phone or iPad. e. Label at least five items on the backplane image (it is best to use numbers to point to the parts, and make a list of the names matched to the numbers)*: f. Note: Each image in this report should be clear and should NOT take up more than half the page, nor be less than 3 inches across. Before submitting your assignment, be sure to correct any spelling & grammatical errors. APA formatting must be used when citing your sources. Save your assignment in a single Word document and name your file, EET250_Unit1_Motherboard_Assignment_YourName.docx . Upload your file using the below upload instructions. Upload Instructions: Select the Submit Assignment button to the right. Click Choose File , located in the File Upload box. Navigate to your file location. Once the file is located, select it and then select the Open button. Click Submit Assignment to complete the upload process. © 2016 ECPI
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  • Summer '18
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  • X86, 64-bit

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