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N-Type semiconductors,
Nano-ITX motherboards,
nanoseconds,
nanosliders,
Napier, Charles,
Napier, John,
Napier’s Bones, 2nd
narrow-channel systems,
National Television System Committee (NTSC),
NCITS (National Committee on Information Technology Standards),
NDP (numeric data processor) [See math coprocessors.]
NEAT (New Enhanced AT) CS8221 chipsets,
NEC Technologies, Inc.,
NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display of America, Inc.,
needle-nose pliers,
negative DC voltages,
NetBEUI (NetBIOS Extended User Interface),
NetWare operating systems,
network interface cards [See NICs (network interface cards),.]
networks, 2nd
     adapters 2nd
     ARPAnet
     benefits
     broadband Internet access
         advantages
         cable modems
         choosing
         comparison of access types
         DirecWAY
         DSL (digital subscriber line)
         filtering services
         fixed-base wireless broadband
         ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network)
         ISPs (Internet service providers)
         leased lines
         satellite performance
         security
         service interruptions
         signal lights
         speeds
         StarBand
         summary of access types
         TCP/IP settings
     cables
         buying tips
         cable distance limitations
         Direct Cable Connection technology
         grounding loops
         installation
         Thicknet
         Thinnet
         twisted-pair
     CATV networks
         asymmetrical networks
         bandwidth
         bundled cable modems
         CableLabs cable modems
         costs
         DOCSIS-compliant cable modems
         external cable modems
         internal cable modems
         performance
         security
     client/server networks
     defined
     dial-up modems
         56Kbps modems 2nd
         AT commands
         baud rates
         bit rates
         call-waiting support
         data bits
         data-compression standards
         error-correction protocols
         external
         fax modems
         gaming-optimized modems
         internal
         modulation standards
         parity
         PCI (Peripheral Connect Interface) buses
         proprietary standards
         recommendations
         standards organizations
         start-stop communications
         stop bits
         support for
         telephone company upgrades
         troubleshooting
         upgrading
         USB (Universal Serial Bus) connections
         WinModems
     Ethernet
         cables
         defined
         Fast Ethernet
         Gigabit Ethernet
         hubs 2nd
         network adapter connectors
         switches 2nd
         Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) 2nd
     extranets
     gateways
     HANs (home area networks) 2nd
     hardware and software requirements
     hardware worksheet
     HFC (hybrid fiber/coax) networks
     HomePNA
     hubs
         buying tips
         compared to switches
         dual-speed
         managed/unmanaged
         placement of
         ports
         stackable
     infrastructure mode
     intelligent sharing
     Internet
     intranets
    LANs [See LANs (local area networks).]
     networking software
         configuration
         installation
     networking tips and tricks
     NICs (network interface cards)
         BIOS
         bus types
         connectors
         costs
         full-duplex
         half-duplex
         installation
         resource conflicts
         speed
         testing
         Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity)
     peer-to-peer networks
     powerline networking
     protocols
         IP (Internet Protocol)
         IPX (Internetwork Packet Exchange)
         NetBEUI
         TCP/IP 2nd
     recording network information
     shared hardware components
     shared Internet connections
         gateways
         proxy servers
         routers
         troubleshooting
     switches
         address storing
         buying tips
         compared to hubs
         dual-speed
         placement of
         ports
         stackable
     Telenet
     Token-Ring
     topologies
         bus
         comparison of
         ring
         star
     troubleshooting
     WANs (wide area networks)
     wireless networks 2nd
         Bluetooth
         comparison of standards
         topologies
         Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) 2nd
New Enhanced AT (NEAT) CS8221 chipsets,
New Partition Wizard,
NexGen Nx586 processors,
nForce 410 series chipsets,
nForce 430 series chipsets,
nForce chipsets,
nForce Professional series chipsets,
nForce2 chipsets,
nForce3 150 chipsets,
nForce3 250 family chipsets,
nForce3 Pro 150 chipsets,
nForce4 series chipsets,
Nibble Mode memory,
nickel-ferrite (NiFe) film,
NICs (network interface cards),
     bus types
     connectors
     costs
     full-duplex
     half-duplex
     installation
     resource conflicts
     speed
     testing
     Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity)
NiFe (nickel-ferrite) film,
NLX motherboards,
     advantages
     identifying
     length of
     riser cards
     system layout
NMIs (nonmaskable interrupts),
No boot device available (error message),
No boot sector on fixed disk (error message),
NO ROM BASIC – SYSTEM HALTED (error message),
no-tool cases,
Noble, David,
non-PC ROM upgrades,
non-return to zero (NRZI), 2nd
Non-System disk or disk error (error message),
nonblocking cache,
nondestructive formatters,
noninterlaced monitors,
nonlinear power,
nonmaskable interrupts (NMIs),
nonvolatile memory [See ROM BIOS (basic input/output system),.]
nonvolatile storage, [See also hard disk drives,.]
North Bridge chipsets,
     AMD-761
     Apollo KT133
     Apollo KT133A
     Apollo KX133
     NVIDIA
     Radeon
     ULiMagic1
Northwood Celerons,
Novastor,
Novell, Inc.
     contact information
     NetWare operating systems
Noyce, Robert, 2nd
NPN semiconductors,
NRZ (nonreturn to zero), 2nd
NT [See Windows NT.]
Ntdetect.com,
NTFS (Windows NT File System) partitions,
NTSC (National Television System Committee),
null modem cables,
Num Lock feature,
numbers
     Intel model numbers
     key numbers
     numeric keypads 2nd
     ROM (read-only memory) chip part numbers
         EEPROM (electronically erasable programmable ROM)
         EPROM (erasable programmable ROM)
         PROM (programmable ROM)
     sector numbers
numeric data processor (NDP) [See math coprocessors.]
numeric keypads, 2nd
numerical aperture,
nut drivers,
nVENTIV refrigerated cooling systems,
NVIDIA
     chipsets
         3D chipsets
         multiple-head video chipsets
         nForce 410 series
         nForce 430 series
         nForce family
         nForce Professional series
         nForce2 family
         nForce3 150/nForce3 Pro 150
         nForce3 250 family
         nForce4 series
     contact information
     SLI
nView multidisplay hardware,
Nx586 processors,
nylon cable-ties,

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