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Technology

 

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Ronald G

 

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February 10, 2014

 

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In this occasion I have chosen the latest of Microsoft Operating Systems, which is Windows XP, hopefully by the time you read this, Microsoft has not come up with something newer, since they change Operating Systems like we change clothes. First we need to make sure that the PC meets the minimum system requirements, for Windows XP they are: a 300Mhz processor or faster, a processor is an integrated circuit that executes the instructions of a program that drives the computer, 128MB of memory, 100MB of free disk space, a CD-ROM drive, a Network Interface Card, a NIC is a circuit board that allows the computer to connect to a network, and a Super VGA monitor (800x600) or higher resolution video adapter...
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This one specifically is the Alcatel Speed Touch Home, which is easily installed, we start first by connecting the mounting cord from the jack with the ADSL signal to the port that says line in back of the modem, then we plug a patch cord from the Ethernet port to the NIC card on the back of the computer, and last but not least the power supply for the modem...
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