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ADSL - Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line

DIMM - dual inline memory module

DSL - Westell & Fujutsu modems are good.  DSL is baseband - T1 is broadband which is multiple channels with multiple signals.

DVD - digital versatile disk

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Intel 830M - high performance 830G - low cost systems due 2001

RAID - Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks, is a method whereby information is spread across several disks, using techniques such as disk striping (RAID Level 0) and disk mirroring (RAID level 1) to achieve redundancy, lower latency and/or higher bandwidth for reading and/or writing, and recoverability from hard-disk crashes. The numbers are not hierarchical, which is to say that RAID5 is not necessarily better than RAID0, just different

SDRAM - Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory


Safe Mode

If your computer runs on Windows 95/98/2000, then chances are you've seen safe mode.  What is it?

First of all, safe mode is a bit of a misnomer, as it is useful only when there is something wrong.  It cannot be used to fortify your desktop against viruses, nor can it prevent damage when your laptop falls off the kitchen table. It is a special operating mode used for troubleshooting. 

When enabled, safe mode starts your computer with only the mouse, keyboard, and standard VGA device drivers loaded. This minimization allows you the opportunity to locate problematic operations-- faulty software installation, local printing malfunction, blurred video display. If you have installed a driver that doesn't work, there is no way to enter Windows and fix the problem without safe mode. 

To start Windows in safe mode, Press F5 at startup, right before the Windows graphic comes up. An easy way to make sure you get this timing right is to repeatedly tap F5 from the first moment of startup. Once launched, safe mode begins to diagnose your computer using a file known as bootlog.txt, a system file hidden in the root directory. 

It goes through a step-by-step assessment of your PC's startup devices. Bootlog will produce a list of the devices. More than likely, the last on the list is the driver that is crashing. However, the contents of the bootlog may appear cryptic. What good is the information if it is unintelligible? For bootlog assistance, we recommend you download Boot Log Analyzer, a program that is fast and easy to use.