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1 What could be the source of the computer's failure to operate properly?
a It has been fitted with a second Pentium Pro processor that was not
ordered from HP. Non-HP parts are not supported.
c There is a 32 MB ECC memory module in memory socket D1, but
socket D2 is empty. Memory banks can be filled in any order, but always
with pairs of identical modules.
e There is a pair of memory modules in bank A that was not ordered
from HP. Non-HP parts are not supported.
With the system configured according to response (b), the computer will
work, but ECC will be disabled.
2 What does the user need to do before running an OpenGL graphics
application?
c Either (a) or (b), depending on which operating system is being run.
Response (a) is correct for the Windows NT 4.0 WS operating system.
Response (b) is the only correct one if the Windows NT 3.51 WS
operating system has been supplied. Online help is available by running
\opengl\doc\hpopengl.hp
3 How do you extend the memory capacity to 512 MB of a model that is
supplied with 64 MB of main memory?
c The original bank of 64 MB can be removed, leaving room for 512 MB
(= 4 banks
128 MB).
The original 64 MB memory is of type "interleave 16", and the 128 MB
kits are of type "interleave 64". These two types are completely
compatible, and can be mixed, or used in replacement of each other.
4 What opportunities are available for upgrading the processing capability
of this computer?
a Installing a second 200 MHz, 256 KB, Pentium Pro processor.
Installing a second processor that is identical to the first is the only type
of upgrade that is supported by HP.
.
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