Pocket PCRef

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Sequoia Pub., 1997 - Microcomputers - 544 pages
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The heart of every IBM and compatible PC is the BIOS, a low-level operating environment that handles the initial boot, start up and loading of the operating system and hardware level functions, System and service technicians and professionals assembling computer systems, troubleshooting computer hardware troubleshooting, performance tuning or home hobbyists building their own computer will benefit from this book.

There are over 50,000 companies focused in the computer technical service and configuration business in the United States alone. Most of these companies employ between 10-50 technicians. In addition, the target audience

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-- Over 6,500 hard disks covered (almost twice the number of any competitive product).
-- Also covers common and unusual IDE disk controllers.

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About the author (1997)

Tom is the President of Sequoia Publishing, Inc. and founded the company in March 1989. He holds a bachelor of science degree from New Mexico State University, a Masters Degree in Geology from the University of Texas and is a registered AAPG Geologist. He has a broad background in engineering, computers and electronics and has been a small business entrepreneur since 1980. Tom is the author of Sequoia's best-selling, flagship product "Pocket Ref", and has co- authored other books such as "Pocket PCRef", "TechRef", and "DeskRef".

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