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    OS Questions

    1.Where do you use apply DGMA?
    2.what is the difference between pin6 and boot trace command?
    3.What is the color of RJ45port?
    4.How many pins are there in RJ11 ports?

    Note : This is the question asked by a visitor shijine.


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    Re: OS Questions

    Hi,

    Answers.

    1. Anywhere you have pain and it stops the pain but it is hard on the liver so use it sparingly.

    2. Don't know.

    3. I don't think so there is any specific colour for RJ45.

    4. In RJ11 there is 4 pins.


    I hope my mail solve your query. For further query feel free to contact.


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    Nikhil Rattan


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    Re: OS Questions

    Hi Nikil,

    U have answered the usage, but what is DGMA?. Something confusing, is it related to IT or medical?, bcz other queries are related to IT. Sorry couldn't get it.

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    Question Re: OS Questions

    Where do you use apply DGMA?
    what is the difference between pin6 and boot trace command?
    How do u know if the laptop's modem is working or not?
    How do u determine self-diagnostic test? Other than command prompt?
    What is a mailing program?
    Does a printer require a Network Card?


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    1.Digital Group Multiplexer Assemblages

    2.I think thats "ping",.........Traceroute is a TCP/IP utility which allows the user to determine the
    route packets take to reach a particular host. traceroute works by increasing
    the "time to live" value of each successive packet sent.
    The traceroute utility uses these returning packets to produce a list of hosts that the packets
    have traversed en route to the destination. traceroute may not list the real hosts, it indicates
    that the first host is at one hop, the second host at two hops.. IP cannot guarantee that all the
    packets take the same route.

    3.white orange, orange,white green,blue,white blue,green,white brown,brown.....

    4. four...............


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    Re: OS Questions

    1.Where do you use apply DGMA?
    2.what is the difference between pin6 and boot trace command?
    3.What is the color of RJ45port?
    4.How many pins are there in RJ11 ports?


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    Re: OS Questions

    can any one tell me what is meant by spooling in operating system concept??


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    Spooling is (Simultaneous Peripheral Operations OnLine) The overlapping of low-speed operations with normal processing. Spooling originated with mainframes in order to optimize slow operations such as reading cards and printing. Card input was read onto disk and printer output was stored on disk. In that way, the business data processing was performed at high speed, receiving input from disk and sending output to disk. Subsequently, spooling is used to buffer data for the printer as well as remote batch terminals.

    Last edited by admin; 06-01-2010 at 09:21 AM.

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    Re: OS Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by sai likitha View Post
    can any one tell me what is meant by spooling in operating system concept??
    Hi friend,

    spooling refers to the process of putting instructions or something that needs to be done into memory or on storage until the program or computer is ready to execute those instructions.

    Its an Acronym for simultaneous peripheral operations on-line, spooling refers to putting jobs in a buffer, a special area in memory or on a disk where a device can access them when it is ready. Its useful because devices access data at different rates.

    The buffer provides a waiting station where data can rest while the slower device catches up.

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    Re: OS Questions

    Excellent mini..


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    Re: OS Questions

    1.how to repair the corrupted fies?
    2.what is meant by jarfiles?
    3.where are rj11,rj45ports located?

    Last edited by shaik mahammad yunus; 06-26-2010 at 11:47 AM. Reason: wrong question

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