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Chapter 19

PC Maintenance

TermDefinition
Notebook a mini version of a desktop
Laptop a mini version of a desktop
Netbook smaller and less expensive than a laptop with less featurea
PCMCIA Card personal computer memory card international organization
PC Card 16 bit card the same size as a credit card
CardBus improved version of the pc card 32 bit version
ExpressCard/34 34 mm wide
ExpressCard/54 54 mm wide comparable to a card bus
Sheet Battery a second battery that fits on the bottom of the notebook
Sleep Mode your computer is still running but your display is off
Suspend Mode relatively the same as sleep mode
Hibernation saves all your work to the hard drive and powers down your system
Advanced Configuration and Power Interface power standards
S1 State hard drive and monitor
S2 State the processor is also turned off
S3 State everything is shut down except the ram
S4 State hibernation
S5 State Complete power off
Hardware Profile windows settings that keeps a specific hardware configuration
Mini PCI Express they use PCI Express cards
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