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A computer uses an 18 bit address system, with 6 bits used as a page address and 12 bits used as a displacement. Calculate the total number of pages and express the following addresses as a paging address: 001111000000111000

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Do your own homework lol

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Remove password bios vostro3300

By comparison with many laptops this is fairly easy. You need to disconnect the CMOS battery from the motherboard, hold the power button down for about 10 seconds to ensure no residual charge remains and then replace the CMOS battery.
The reason t is relatively easy is that there is a Service Manual for the Vostro 3300 here:-
I suggest you download it to a computer and save it for future reference. It is in pdf format so you can use the search feature to find the relevant bits that you need and if you are not able to carry out the procedure on your laptop whilst accessing the manual on another computer, you can print out only the page you need.
The main bits you need are :-
Page 2-3 - Removing base cover
Page 4-5 - Removing main battery
Page 12-13 - Removing the coin-cell battery

Please take care not to damage any of the internal kit. Nothing should need any forcing and I would recommend studying the manual before starting work.
Good Luck

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Need pic of power hook up to mother board

How about the motherboard manual instead?

To the right of the - Select OS - box, click on the blue Down Arrow.
Click on WinXP

(Doesn't matter which Operating System is chosen, we're just going after the motherboard manual)

Scroll down, click on the + sign to the left of Manual (10)
Scroll down, go to the 4th file down -

Version E1886
P4P800 SE User's Manual English Version E1886

Right underneath this file name click on the Blue - Global

Ignore if you are aware;
This is a PDF file. The computer you are using now has Adobe Reader on it, which uses PDF files.

After you click on Global, it may take up to 30 seconds before the first page comes up.

At the Top of the Adobe Reader is the page number box. It is to the right of Page: and the Down Arrow.

You can go page by page to arrive at the page you want, or if you know the page you want; perform this,

1) Put your mouse cursor in the page number box, to the Right of 1
Left-click once. Now backspace the 1 out.

2) Type the page number you want.
3) Press the Enter key

Go to Page 25 - 2.2.3 Motherboard Layout

[Use the Zoom Out icon at top ( - ) by clicking on it, to decrease the view size.
Use the Zoom In icon ( + ) to increase the view size ]

The front of your computer is the Front Panel.
The area of contact pins on the motherboard, that the Main wires from the Front Panel connect to; is the Front Panel header.

Goes by many abbreviations.
Here we see it is PANEL_1
Two rows of 10 contact pins.

Now go to Page 55 - 12. System Panel Connector

I see no numbering system is used, so I will number the pins.
The Top row is numbered EVEN.
The Bottom row is numbered ODD.

Starting on the Top row, going from LEFT to RIGHT,
Pins 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, and 20.

Starting on the Bottom row, going from Left to Right,
Pins 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, and 19.

A) Pins 1 and 3 are for the HarDDrive activity LED. (Light)
Pin 1 is for the Positive ( + ) wire.
If the HDD LED is dim when the Harddrive is active, switch the wires around.

B) Pin 5 is N/C. Not Connected. Don't even know if the pin is there, or just a blank spot. (But you will)

C) Pins 7 and 9 are for a SMI lead.
"System Management Interrupt Lead (2 pin SMI)
The 2-pin connector permits switching to suspend mode, or "GREEN" mode, in which system activity is instantly decreased to save power and to expand the life of certain system components. Attach the case-mounted suspend switch to this 2-pin connector."

Suggest leave alone.

D) Pins 11 and 13 are for the Power On switch.

E) Pin 15 is N/C. (Or again, may not be there)

F) Pins 17 and 19 are for a Reset switch, IF a Reset switch is used.

G) Pins 2, 4, and 6 are for a Power On LED. (Light)
A 3-wire Power On LED.

Pin 2 is for a Positive ( + ) wire.
Pin 4 is for a Positive ( + ) wire
Pin 6 is for a Negative ( - ) wire.

This is for a Power On LED that is Dual Color.
Used back in the day when there was Turbo Mode, and Normal Mode.
A farce in reality.
Turbo Mode WAS the normal mode, while Normal Mode was a lesser version.

Usually a Green/Yellow dual color LED.
Green - Turbo, Yellow - Normal.

One side, or can be said as color; of the LED went to Pin 2.
The other side, or other color, went to Pin 4.
Ground (Negative - ) wire goes to Pin 6.

If using a Single color LED, (2-wire), suggest connect Positive ( + ) wire to Pin 2, and Negative ( - ) wire to Pin 6.

H) Pins 8, 10, and 12 are for Bambi to use, when running around without spots...

NO! gonna' believe that, geez?
I just wanted to see if you were following along, after the dual color LED thing.

Pins 8, 10, and 12 are N/C.

I) Pins 14, 16, 18, and 20 are used for a small internal speaker.
Used to hear BIOS Beep Codes.
Pin 14 is for the Positive ( + ) wire
Pin 20 is for the Negative ( - ) wire.

Also uses a 20-pin ATX main power cable, (Right side of Ram Memory slots),

,and a 4-pin ATX +12 Volt power cable, (Bottom left corner of processor socket),

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

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Microsoft Links LS 2000 installed fine on Windows XP laptop, however, when i tried to start the game, a notification came up saying I had on 16MB of space left on my hard drive. I have over 300GB free...

1. Can Windows access memory above 4GB?

a. 32-bit - NO

b. 64-bit - Maybe (due to chipset limitations)

2. Can your processor access memory above 4GB?

a. If it's recent then it might, and if it's either AMD64 or EM64T it's almost certain

3. Does your chipset allow pages to be remapped above 4GB?

a. Probably not - and that's what's catching people who install 64-bit Vista to work around point 1 - they find they still cannot see above 4GB

In some cases, OEMs may be able to tweak their BIOS to reserve less memory for platform use, but we're not talking a huge difference (ie, 100's of MBs).

In the end a 32-bit OS and/or application can only, ever, handle 4GB of memory at a time, the AWE stuff just swaps chunks of memory in and out of that 4GB space, thus fooling the application and OS into using more space than it can "see".

Physical Address Extension (PAE), extends the physical address space to 36-bits if your HW supports this. For most operations, the processor execution units will only see 32-bit addresses, the MMU will take care of the translation to 36bit addresses. No swapping here, only page translations (which are used regardless of PAE being on or not), this is a fundamental feature of any virtual memory operating system.

The OS and apps only see 32-bit addresses because the registers are limited to 32-bits (hence the "32-bit" architecture nomenclature). These are linear addresses which are extended to 36-bits in the translation to physical addresses, but they never show up in registers since there's no room. It's all internal until the address lines coming out of the chip are toggled. Thus my comment above about "if your H/W supports this (PAE)". I'm not going into how that works...

So, the OS can happily handle up to 64 GB of memory for 32-bit PAE-able systems.

Hope this helps explain the whole, 'Why can't I see 4 Gig of RAM in my system?" thing...

BTW - This does not change for Vista either...


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I haVE WINDOWS 7 HOME premium desk top and each day on certain web page using flash player 10 my internet explorer 8 shuts down saying a problem with web page caused internet explorer and windows to...

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What is this routers IP address

In the next steps we will configure your router in such a way that the router allows Zultrax P2P to accept incoming connections. Your router is designed to serve multiple computers and of course multiple programs. Even if there is only one computer connected we will later on need two bits of information:
- The local IP of your computer
- The port used by Zultrax P2P
Zultrax P2P can help you to find those two bits of information. In the menu tools choose system info. This will display a page of information with various details about the program amonst which Local IP and port. Write those 2 down, you'll need them later.

It is the Local IP we are looking for, do not confuse the Local IP with the Public IP that is also shown on this system info page.



Exit Zultrax P2P. Don't leave the program running while you are performing the actions below. Leaving the program running might give you false indiciations that your actions where not succesfull. Open a webbrowser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox or Opera). Enter the IP address of your router in the address bar of the browser and press enter. The IP address of your router is by default


  You see a box asking your username and password. By default the username for your Belkin F5D5230-4 router is admin and the password is blank
Enter your username and password and click the ok button to continue.


  Click the link virtual server.
You find this link on the left of the page.


  You see a page titled Virtual Server. Enter the fields as follows:Private IPThe local IP address you wrote down earlierPrivate PortThe port number you wrote down earlierTypeTCPPublic PortAgain the port number you wrote down earlier 


  Click the button enter.
You find this button on the bottom of the page.


  zultrax_p2p.jpg   Your Belkin F5D5230-4 router is configured now. You forwarded a port for Zultrax P2P. You can start Zultrax P2P and you will see incoming connections coming up. This might be not immediatly after start up but within minutes you should see at least some incoming connections. The program will adapt itself to the new configuration.

In case you still don't have incoming connections, perhaps you also have firewall software installed that needs configuration. For that see the Firewalls/Routers page , the info about firewall software is somewhere at the bottom of that page.  

Local Static IP

  IMPORTANT : Depending on your exact configuration it is possible with the Belkin F5D5230-4 router that after a while you might be again without incoming connections. If this is the case, your router gives your computer a Dynamic Local IP Address. Often that is no problem as long as that Dynamic Local IP Address is always the same. As soon as you lose your incoming connections, you can assume it is not always the same.

In this case you can best define a Static Local IP Address for your router. We have a manual for this here.

After you defined a Static Local IP Address, best use the Settings in the Tools menu of Zultrax P2P and change the port number, to e.g. 6347 and afterwards repeat the steps as mentioned above.

We advice you to only do this in case you lost your initial incoming connections again. Otherwise, it is most likely not needed to start making changes in your computers settings.



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You will need to check the wireless settings of the
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If yes then you can open the router set up page on
that computer.
Router set up page is the page where you can check
all the wireless settings of the router.
Click here for step by step instructions

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