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Number of pins on a Serial port 9
Number of pins on a Parallel port 25
Number of pins on IDE 40
Number of pins on VGA port 15
SCSI stands for Small Computer System Interface
What happens to files deleted from the Recycle Bin? Sectors of hard drive are blanked/erased.
Ethernet is also known as IEEE 802.3
Most Bus networks use what kind of cables Coax
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The maximum segment length of 100Base-FX at half duplex 2000 Meters
What kind of connector is used for fibre networks SC
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What is the process of bypassing the CPU called? DMA
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