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TechRef
     

TechRef

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by Thomas J. Glover, Millie M. Young
 

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-- TechRef is a handbook size reference which contains all of the best selling Pocket PCRef Plus Pocket PC DIRectory Plus a chapter on Windows 95 keyboard shortcuts Plus a chapter on our favorite 250 World Wide Web sites! All in one convenient handbook.
-- Configuration specs for over 3450 hard drive and 460 floppy drives, DOS command reference through Version 6.22

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-- TechRef is a handbook size reference which contains all of the best selling Pocket PCRef Plus Pocket PC DIRectory Plus a chapter on Windows 95 keyboard shortcuts Plus a chapter on our favorite 250 World Wide Web sites! All in one convenient handbook.
-- Configuration specs for over 3450 hard drive and 460 floppy drives, DOS command reference through Version 6.22, ASCII codes, hardware and software interrupts, I/O Maps, cable pinouts, error codes, CPU table, printer control codes, and much, much, more.
-- Contains directory information on over 2,000 North American companies involved in the manufacture of PC based computers, peripherals, software, and service depots! Includes name, address, classification (hardware, software, etc.), phone numbers for main, toll free, fax, tech support, and BBS, on-line addresses for World Wide Web, Compuserve, Microsoft Network, and AOL.
-- Handbook size! (5" x 7.5" x 1.2"). Durable Lexotone "RM" cover.
-- A MUST for anyone who uses or works on PC computers!
-- New edition each year!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781885071118
Publisher:
Sequoia Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date:
12/01/1996
Pages:
832
Product dimensions:
5.02(w) x 7.56(h) x 1.01(d)

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TechRef 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
cursor101 More than 1 year ago
If you've bought any references written by Thomas J. Glover before, you know exactly what you're in for. This line of references sets the bar against which all other references are set. If you find yourself frequently debugging computers, building computers, or even working on an electronics project this book is for you. Subjects covered range from software (Linux, Windows), to troubleshooting, to free software, to jack pin outs, and much more. I personally use the Pocket PC Ref which is the exact same but smaller because my work often requires travel and skills in both simple and advanced computer repair.