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Computers 2

QuestionAnswer
CPU I am the brain of the computer.
ROM I have very good mermory. I can read, but not write.
BIOS I wake up the computer and redmind it what to do.
video card I handle the graphics that are displayed on the monitor.
power supply I get electricity into the computer.
Motherbord I hold all of the other circuit boards.
Hard Drive Infomation in the computer is stored on my magnetic cylinders
RAM I can read and write; but if you turn off the computer, I forget everthing.
Modem I connect computers and allow them to talkk to each other.
Port Other hardware, like the keyboard or monitor, plugs into me.
Power Plug Used to provide power in to the computer and provide power out to the monitor
Parallel Port A parallel port is an electrical connector that is used to send information on wires at the same time. Line Printer (LPT1)
Serial Port Used to connect older or specialized devices, sends parts of a messge (Example bar code scanners)
Network Interface Card (NIC) An Ethernet cable connection
Universal Serial Bus (USB) is an external bus that transfers MBPS
Created by: mrspowell2