Servicing Personal Computers.

By: Tooley, MichaelMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014Edition: 3rd edDescription: 1 online resource (321 p.)ISBN: 9781483193670Subject(s): Microcomputers -- Maintenance and repairGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Servicing Personal ComputersDDC classification: 621.3819/584 | 621.3819584 LOC classification: TK7887 .T66 2015Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Servicing Personal Computers; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Conventions used in this book; Chapter 1. Microcomputer systems; The basic system; Microprocessors; Microprocessor families; Programming; Random access memory; Read only memory; Parallel input and output; Serial input and output; Memory mapped input and output; Raster scan displays; Small computer systems interface (SCSI); Chapter 2. Test equipment; Setting up a workshop; Choosing test gear; Data communications test equipment; Chapter 3. Fault diagnosis; Initial check procedure; Testing the CPU board
Fault finding on an RS-232 interfaceMiscellaneous faults; Chapter 4. Tape and disk drives; Cassette drives; Disk drives; Chapter 5. Printers and monitors; Printers; Monitors; Chapter 6. Servicing the IBM PC and compatibles; The PC family; IBM PS/2; The 8086 and 8088 microprocessors; 8086 registers; The 80286 microprocessor; Support devices; Useful memory locations; Fault finding in the PC family; Chapter 7. Servicing 68000-based microcomputers; Origins; 68000 compatibility; The 68030 and 68040; User and supervisor modes; Exceptions; 68000 based systems; The Apple Macintosh; The Sinclair QL
The Atari STVariants of the ST; The Commodore Amiga; Fault finding 68000-based micromputers; Stock faults; Reference section; Index
Summary: Servicing Personal Computers, Third Edition focuses on processes, techniques, and methodologies involved in servicing personal computers. The publication first elaborates on microcomputer systems and test equipment. Discussions focus on data communications test equipment, choosing test gear, microprocessors, random access memory, parallel input and output, memory mapped input and output, and raster scan displays. The manuscript then takes a look at fault diagnosis and tape and disk drives. Concerns include disk and cassette drives, initial check procedure, testing the CPU board, and fault find
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Front Cover; Servicing Personal Computers; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Conventions used in this book; Chapter 1. Microcomputer systems; The basic system; Microprocessors; Microprocessor families; Programming; Random access memory; Read only memory; Parallel input and output; Serial input and output; Memory mapped input and output; Raster scan displays; Small computer systems interface (SCSI); Chapter 2. Test equipment; Setting up a workshop; Choosing test gear; Data communications test equipment; Chapter 3. Fault diagnosis; Initial check procedure; Testing the CPU board

Fault finding on an RS-232 interfaceMiscellaneous faults; Chapter 4. Tape and disk drives; Cassette drives; Disk drives; Chapter 5. Printers and monitors; Printers; Monitors; Chapter 6. Servicing the IBM PC and compatibles; The PC family; IBM PS/2; The 8086 and 8088 microprocessors; 8086 registers; The 80286 microprocessor; Support devices; Useful memory locations; Fault finding in the PC family; Chapter 7. Servicing 68000-based microcomputers; Origins; 68000 compatibility; The 68030 and 68040; User and supervisor modes; Exceptions; 68000 based systems; The Apple Macintosh; The Sinclair QL

The Atari STVariants of the ST; The Commodore Amiga; Fault finding 68000-based micromputers; Stock faults; Reference section; Index

Servicing Personal Computers, Third Edition focuses on processes, techniques, and methodologies involved in servicing personal computers. The publication first elaborates on microcomputer systems and test equipment. Discussions focus on data communications test equipment, choosing test gear, microprocessors, random access memory, parallel input and output, memory mapped input and output, and raster scan displays. The manuscript then takes a look at fault diagnosis and tape and disk drives. Concerns include disk and cassette drives, initial check procedure, testing the CPU board, and fault find

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