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So, starting today, I've decided to start updating the site in the afternoon rather than in the morning. As a matter of fact, Addtron AE-200PNP Ethernet put a recurring appointment in Outlook to remind me to work on the site from 5: For today, at least, this scheme appears to be Addtron AE-200PNP Ethernet. I got a lot more done on the book today about 2, new words plus a bunch of re-write than I've gotten done any day in the last couple of weeks or so. The deadlines are still reasonably far away, but I can see them on the horizon now, so I have to go heads down on the book. That may mean fewer and shorter web site updates over the next couple of months, but it can't be helped. Reader mail from last night:: There seems to be some sort of issue dealing with the processor module retention hardware, apparently different for PII and Celeron.

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That's news to me, although I've not actually Addtron AE-200PNP Ethernet a Celeron, nor even seen one. However, the processor retention mechanism actually comes with the processor, at least in the case of the Pentium II. It snaps into matching holes on the PII system board.


I suspect that, although the Celeron may use different retention hardware, it fits into those same holes. The system board I just installed in new thoth lists support for both the Pentium II and the Celeron, so I'm sure that must be the case. Some PII boards give better performance than the "Celeron" targeted boards. Well, I can believe that. The Celeron is Intel's "economy" processor, so it makes sense that Addtron AE-200PNP Ethernet boards designed specifically for it would be less expensive and slower than equivalent boards Addtron AE-200PNP Ethernet the PII. I'm not aware of any Celeron-only boards, however. I'm not sure how there could be, because the Celeron is just a Pentium II with different L2 cache arrangements. I suppose that someone could have designed a motherboard with L2 cache built-in for the first, cacheless Celerons, but those are dead products.

I've never worked with AMD processors, at least not since I was using s.


Your Day Notes are turning out to be informative and I'm enjoying them. And a couple of more from today, one about the boot failure on the replicated drive when I was juggling NT boot drives around, and the other about Addtron AE-200PNP Ethernet Morley: I Addtron AE-200PNP Ethernet had problems with copying hard drives also.

This case sounds like that the drive mirrored to was jumpered for Master and reinstalled in the box. Also since it was a slave the disk partition was NOT marked as active. If it was still NOT active Addtron AE-200PNP Ethernet drive will not be bootable. I've had this happen several times and "try" and remember to check it every time now.


No, that was my first thought as well, but it was jumpered as slave in order to be mirrored. I also checked the status of the partition, and it was Addtron AE-200PNP Ethernet active.

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