Download  Print this page

Installing The Card - Mitsubishi Electric Apricot VS Owner's Handbook Manual

Hide thumbs

Advertisement

S Y S T E M E X P A N S I O N
Note
Memory addresses are always written in base 16 or hexadecimal notation.
Unlike the ten digits of the decimal system (0-9), hexadecimal uses sixteen
digits (0-9 and A-F, where A=10, B=11, C=12 and so on up to F=15).
Hexadecimal numbers are denoted either by the suffix "h" or by the prefix
"0x". The final digit of a five-digit memory address is often omitted, so
C8000h may be written as C800h. Since amounts of memory are usually
stated as kilobytes rather than in hexadecimal notation, the following
conversion table may be helpful:
The card's documentation should list its possible base memory
addresses. You will also need to know how much memory the card
has, so that you can leave the right gap between this card's base
address and the next.

Installing the card

The only tool required is a small cross-head screwdriver
1. Turn off the computer and unplug all power cords.
2. Take suitable anti-static precautions and remove the system unit
Note
If you are unfamiliar with the recommended anti-static precautions and/or the
process of removing the system unit cover, refer to Appendix A, "Inside the
System Unit".
3. At the rear of the system unit are metal blanking plates, one for
3/6
4 Kbytes = 1000h
8 Kbytes = 2000h
16 Kbytes = 4000h
cover.
each expansion card slot. Opposite the blanking plates, at the
front of the system unit, there are card guides. These ensure that
the front edge of a full-length card is supported securely.
32 Kbytes =
8000h
64 Kbytes =
10000h
128 Kbytes = 20000h

Advertisement

Table of Contents

This manual is also suitable for:

Apricot ls

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: