ISBN-10:
0132637812
ISBN-13:
9780132637817
Pub. Date:
11/14/1996
Publisher:
Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
Microcomputer Servicing: Practical Systems and Troubleshooting / Edition 3

Microcomputer Servicing: Practical Systems and Troubleshooting / Edition 3

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ISBN-13: 9780132637817
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
Publication date: 11/14/1996
Edition description: 3RD
Pages: 662
Product dimensions: 7.54(w) x 9.52(h) x 1.41(d)

Table of Contents

Part 1 Review of Digital Logic 1(94)
One / Fundamentals of Digital Logic
3(53)
1.0 Introduction
3(1)
1.1 The One/Zero Concept
4(1)
1.2 The Binary Number Syatem
5(1)
1.3 Binary to Decimal Conversion
6(1)
1.4 Decimal to Binary Conversion
7(1)
1.5 The Hexadecimal Number System
8(1)
1.6 Hexadecimal Conversions
9(3)
1.7 Alphanumeric Codes
12(1)
1.8 Boolean Expressions and Truth Tables
12(5)
1.9 Integrated Circuits
17(1)
1.10 Summary of Logic Gates
18(1)
1.11 Sequential Logic
19(1)
1.12 Latch Flip-Flops
19(6)
1.13 Edge-Triggered Flip-Flops
25(8)
1.14 Three-State Control Devices
33(6)
1.15 IC Specifications
39(5)
1.16 Data Sheet Analysis
44(4)
1.17 Tech Tips and Troubleshooting-T3
48(10)
Two / Memory
58(37)
2.0 Introduction
58(1)
2.1 Memory Fundamentals
59(2)
2.2 ROM
61(3)
2.3 RAM
64(9)
2.4 Memory Expansion
73(3)
2.5 Programmable Logic Devices
76(1)
2.6 PLD Internal Structure
77(4)
2.7 PALs
81(4)
2.8 PAL Design Example
85(1)
2.9 Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs)
85(1)
2.10 Tech Tips and Troubleshooting-T3
85(10)
Part 2 Basics of Microprocessors 95(124)
Three / Fundamentals of Microprocesors
98(32)
3.0 Introduction
98(1)
3.1 Internal Architecture
99(1)
3.2 Address Bus
100(1)
3.3 Data Bus
101(1)
3.4 Control Lines
102(4)
3.5 Inside the EU
106(4)
3.6 Indide the BIU
106(4)
3.7 Memory
116(2)
3.8 Timing
118(5)
3.9 Fetch-Execute Cycle
123(1)
3.10 Tech Tips and Troubleshooting--T3
124(6)
Four / Introduction to Programming
130(38)
4.0 Introduction
130(2)
4.1 Assembly Language Programming
132(2)
4.2 Assembler Directives
134(3)
4.3 8086/8088 Instruction Set
137(12)
4.4 Program Structure
149(4)
4.5 Subroutines
153(4)
4.6 Creating Programs
157(5)
4.7 Tech Tips and Troubleshooting--T3
162(6)
Five / The Basic Microcomputer System
168(51)
5.0 Introduction
168(1)
5.1 The Microprocessor(MPU)Subsystem
169(6)
5.2 The Bus Subsystem
175(6)
5.3 The Memory Subsystem
181(9)
5.4 The I/O Subsystem
190(12)
5.5 Building a Basic 8088 Microprocessor System
202(9)
5.6 Tech Tips and Troubleshooting--T3
211(8)
Part 3 Computer Systems and Peripherals 219(208)
Six / The Microcomputer System
221(55)
6.0 Introduction
221(1)
6.1 System Configuration
222(3)
6.2 Inside the IBM PC System Unit
225(11)
6.3 The System Board: A Detailed Theory of Operation
236(1)
6.4 Main System Timing
236(5)
6.5 The Central Processor
241(4)
6.6 BIOS and System ROMs
245(9)
6.7 The DMA Controller
254(8)
6.8 The Interrupt Section
262(1)
6.9 The IBM PC Interrupt Circuit
263(7)
6.10 Tech Tips and Troubleshooting--T3
270(6)
Seven / Memory Peripherals
276(75)
7.0 Introduction
277(1)
7.1 Magnetic Recording Fundamentals
278(9)
7.2 Digital Magnetic Recording
287(6)
7.3 The Floppy Disk Subsystem
293(19)
7.4 Floppy Disk Drive Adjustmensts and Alignments
312(13)
7.5 Cleaning and Preventive Maintenance
325(1)
7.6 The Winchester Disk Subsystem
326(19)
7.7 Tech Tips and Troubleshooting-T3
345(6)
Eight / Peripheral Devices
351(76)
8.0 Introduction
351(1)
8.1 Keyboards
352(2)
8.2 Video Displays
354(6)
8.3 The CRT
360(5)
8.4 Deflection
365(11)
8.5 Video Amplifier
376(2)
8.6 Color Video
378(12)
8.7 IBM PC Display Adapters
390(6)
8.8 Printers
396(4)
8.9 Interface Standards
400(5)
8.10 Modems and Acoustic Couplers
405(2)
8.11 Networks
407(9)
8.12 Multimedia
416(3)
8.13 Tech Tips and Troubleshooting-T3
419(8)
Part 4 Installation and Service 427
Nine / Setup, Servicing and Customer Relations
429(21)
9.0 Inroduction
429(1)
9.1 Configurations(PC, PC-XT)
429(1)
9.2 Switch Settings
430(3)
9.3 Cables and Connectors
433(4)
9.4 Operation
437(1)
9.5 Power-On Self-Test(POST)
437(1)
9.6 Preventive Maintenance
438(1)
9.7 Introduction to DOS
438(7)
9.8 Customer Relations
445(2)
9.9 Tech Tips and Troubleshooting-T3
447(3)
Ten / Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
450(31)
10.0 Introduction
450(1)
10.1 Starting the Advanced Diagnostics
450(1)
10.2 The Home Menu
451(4)
10.3 Diagnostic Test Submenus
455(5)
10.4 Error Codes
460(2)
10.6 The Dead Machine
462(2)
10.6 Getting in Deep
464(5)
10.7 Additional Diagnostic Tools
469(8)
10.8 Tech Tips and Troubleshooting-T3
477(4)
Eleven / The AT Class Personal Computer
481(65)
11.0 Introduction
481(1)
11.1 The 80X86 Processor Evolution
482(1)
11.2 The 80286 Processor
482(3)
11.3 The 80386 Microprocessor
485(5)
11.4 The 80486 Processor
490(6)
11.5 The Pentium Processor
496(9)
11.6 The ISA Bus
505(2)
11.7 ISA Bus System Setup
507(1)
11.8 Local Bus
508(3)
11.9 PCI Bus
511(6)
11.10 PCI Bus Setup
517(6)
11.11 The PCMCIA Bus
517(6)
11.12 The Microchannel
523(2)
11.13 The Microchannel System Setup
525(2)
11.14 Tech Tips and Troubleshooting--T3
527(19)
Twelve / Test Equipment
546(22)
12.0 Introduction
546(1)
12.1 Logic Probes and Pulsers
546(1)
12.2 Meters
547(1)
12.3 Oscilloscopes
548(2)
12.4 Logic Analyzers
550(2)
12.5 PROM Burners
552(1)
12.6 Power Line Monitors
553(1)
12.7 The Universal Microcomputer Tester Project
554(6)
12.8 Automatic Test Equipment
560(4)
12.9 Tech Tips and Troubleshooting--T3
564(4)
Appendix A--Boolean Theorems 568(2)
Appendix B--Intel 8086/8088 Instruction Set 570(22)
Appendix C--Data Sheets 592(36)
Appendix D--Uniform Logic Symbols 628(2)
Appendix E--IBM PC/XT and PC/AT Error Codes 630(6)
Answers to Selecte Odd-Numbered Exercises 636(9)
Glossary 645(7)
Index 652

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