Plug and Play Bookby Stephen J. Bigelow, Steven Bigelow
Plug and Play (PnP) devices were designed to solve problems caused by adding peripherals to a personal computer. But PnP can work beautifully, as bestselling computer guru Steve Bigelow shows in his latest text/CD-ROM package, The only use-level guide to Plug and Play, it offers step-by-step advice to working with PnP devices under DOSand Windows 95/98. Readers learn how to install, troubleshoot, and decode PnP error messages like the pros do.
The only user-level guide to Plug and Play, this handy, detailed text/CD-ROM package provides you with all the authoritative step-by-step guidance you need to understand, install, maintain, and troubleshoot PC-based Plug-and-Play devices. Best-selling computer guru Steve Bigelow gives you an essential understanding of PnP devices and their role in minimizing conflicts caused by the addition of peripherals to PCs. You'll learn how to install, update, and manage PnP devices under DOS, Windows 95, and Windows 98, as well as how to identify and deal with the full range of hardware and software conflicts. You'll find a comprehensive PC PnP troublshooting section that offers you systematic, easy-to-follow advice on everything from handling dozens of standard conflicts to troublshooting numerous PnP-based problems. Featuring a How-To Quick Reference that enables you to troubleshoot specific problems and carry out particular procedures in a snap, The Plug & Play Book is your one-stop guide to maximizing the problem-solving advantages of PnP technology, whether you're a novice or experienced PC technician.
- McGraw-Hill Companies, The
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- BOOK&CD RO
- Product dimensions:
- 7.45(w) x 9.16(h) x 0.91(d)
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