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• where on earth/internet can i get 32bits ethernet driver for HP Proliant ML310 Gen8 v2 Server.?

I want to get a UPS for my router. The router s power rating is 12V, 1A. I m thinking of getting a 1.2KVA UPS...I don t know how to calculate the backup time for this setup. is it up to 45mins or 1hour?

PLEASE, someone should help with the calculation.

• I'm about to start my training on Information Security and Ethical Hacking, what do I expect?

I'm about to start my training on Information Security and Ethical Hacking. It'll last for 6 months.

I want to know the Important concepts that I can NOT do without. Also, I like coming out the best, what do I need in order to stay ahead of my mates at the training

• ADVICE FOR A CAREER IN COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SECURITY.?

I'm an undergraduate studying computer science in the university and I wish to have my career in computer security and information security.

I want to know the requirements. I also want to know some CS concepts and topics that are vital for my career which must take as important (in order to be the best security expert).

Are they special skills in computer science i must have? Like skills in programming, networking and hacking?

Also, are they professional courses and certificates i must have? (in order to be one of the best in the industry).

What are the employment opportunities for computer and information security experts?

• Logic Programming vs Functional Programming?

2 AnswersProgramming & Design8 years ago
• Parameterised vs Modular Programming?

1 AnswerProgramming & Design8 years ago
• How do i prove that f'(a) = f(a).?

How do i prove that: If f is continuous at a point "a", then f'(a) = f(a)...(Real Analysis)

• How to prove that f'(a) = f(a) prove?

How do i prove that: If f is continuous at a point "a", then f'(a) = f(a)...(Real Analysis)

• What do i get for girl friend on her birthday?

Actually, my girl friend is on holiday, so she's gonna be around on her birthday. I don't really know what to do. Or should i get a present for her? What 'SPECIAL' gift do u think i should get?

• An algorithm to ENQUEUE and DEQUEUE. (QUEUE data structure)?

I know some facts about the QUEUE DATA STRUCTURE and I'm trying to learn how algorithms are used.

I am faced with a problem to write an algorithm to ENQUEUE i.e to add an element to a QUEUE, and an algorithm to DEQUEUE.

1 AnswerProgramming & Design9 years ago
• Simultaneous Equation Problem?

Solve:

x + y = 5

x^x + y^y = 31

• What is meant by SYNCHRONIZING THE COMPUTER TO THE OUTSIDE WORLD?

I read in a text that "there are three main ways in which we can synchronize the computer to the outside world. These are: Polling, Interrupt and Direct Memory Access (DMA)"

i dont understand what is meant by synchronizing the computer to the outside world in this context. PLEASE someone should help!!

• What is meant by SYNCHRONIZING THE COMPUTER TO THE OUTSIDE WORLD?

I read in a text that "there are three main ways in which we can synchronize the computer to the outside world. These are: Polling, Interrupt and Direct Memory Access (DMA)"

i dont understand what is meant by synchronizing the computer to the outside world in this context. PLEASE someone should help!!

1 AnswerOther - Computers9 years ago
• 8086 Processor Problem?

if the Instruction Pointer register contains a value 3357H and the Code Segment register contains a value 443FH, what physical address will the BIU access in order to read the next instruction.

2 AnswersLaptops & Notebooks9 years ago
• Assembly Language Programming Problem?

Describe the difference between these two instructions:

MOV AX, 3487H

MOV AX, [3487H]

1 AnswerProgramming & Design9 years ago
• Queue and stack data structures?

Pls i need a PICTURE of what the queue and stack data structures are. The concept seem difficult to understand. I need a simple explanation, like the one a ten-year-old kid would get.

2 AnswersProgramming & Design9 years ago
• What makes USB3.0 faster?

I learn that USB3.0 2.0 and 1.0 have similar interface, cables and connectors.

What makes 3.0 faster with super-speed than the rest. Explain pls.

3 AnswersOther - Hardware9 years ago
• How does the CPU perform addition using REGISTERS?

I read that "the basic thing a CPU does is addition, it does this by manipulating some small set of memory called registers"

what are these registers and how does the CPU manipulate it to perform addition?

1 AnswerOther - Hardware9 years ago
• I don't seem to get the explanation about RAM?

I learn that RAM is a memory (where information is stored). and it stores information while they're been processed. Why is that??

maybe i need the kind of explanation one would give to a 5-year old kid. Please help!!