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XVI Plug N Play Upgrades
We have said it before, and here
we go again. Make one change at a time. If you are going to upgrade
several items, completely finish one part before moving on. Part of
the reason for this is drivers. Asking any Plug and Play Operating System
to just figure it out 'all at once', may well be assigning the project
a death warrant.
Drivers will make or break a PC. Printer printing garbage, video displays not behaving nice, mice behaving erratically, or NICs that are suddenly not communicating. Suspect drivers. Check Device Manager in Win 9.x or Windows 2000 (Not in NT 4).
Check the CMOS for Plug-and Play if Win 9x fails to automatically recognize a new device.
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