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2.) Why don t all buses on a motherboard operate at the same speed?
Because some devices on the board are slower than others and do not require or cannot support the same bus speeds.
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User: 2.) Why don t all buses on a motherboard operate at the same speed?

Weegy: Because some devices on the board are slower than others and do not require or cannot support the same bus speeds.
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User: 6.) When troubleshooting a motherboard, you discover the network port no longer works. What is the best and least expensive solution to this problem? If this solution does not work, which solution should you try next? a.) Replace the motherboard? b.) Disable the network port and install a network card in an expansion slot? c.) Use a wireless network device in a USB port to connect to a wireless network? d.) Return the motherboard to the factory for repair? e.) Update the motherboard drivers?

Weegy: Disable the network port and install a network card in an expansion slot? [ ] to chapter questions/Chapter 3.doc
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2.) Why don t all buses on a motherboard operate at the same speed?
Weegy: Because some devices on the board are slower than others and do not require or cannot support the same bus speeds. User: 3.) When you turn off the power to a computer at night, it loses the date, and you must reenter it each morning. What is the problem and how do you solve it? Weegy: This is usually when your backup battery has died. Inside the computer there is (basically) a watch battery that stores information like time/date when the computer is turned off. [ If it doesn't get any power, it can't remember or update with the internal clock. if the CMOS battery is dead, then the computer will not turn on in order for you to reenter it the next morning. It means that the CMOS battery is getting weak, and yeah, you could replace it. ] (More)
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4.) Why do you think the trend is to store configuration information on a motherboard in CMOS RAM rather than by using jumpers or switches?
Weegy: With the technological advances of motherboards, you can do so much more on them and they also have much more space and speed than switches. You can also transfer them easier. :) User: 5.) Why do you think the trend is to put more control such as the graphics controller and the memory controller in the processor rather than in the chipset? Weegy: Gone are the days when a mobile phone was judged by its design. In the past, no one really cared about the speed of the interface or the number of pixels in the display, a phone was popular because of the brand and the design. [ Skip to the present and the mobile phone industry (tablets included) is actually competing with the PC market. Companies have always talked about how the mobile phone is like a computer in your pocket and looking at the latest trend of smartphones, that line is starting to blur. Naturally, just like any computer, the CPU is the first to go through major changes since at the end of the day, your camera, screen resolution, apps and OS can only improve if the CPU gets more powerful. ] User: 6.) When troubleshooting a motherboard, you discover the network port no longer works. What is the best and least expensive solution to this problem? If this solution does not work, which solution should you try next? a.) Replace the motherboard? b.) Disable the network port and install a network card in an expansion slot? c.) Use a wireless network device in a USB port to connect to a wireless network? d.) Return the motherboard to the factory for repair? e.) Update the motherboard drivers? Weegy: Disable the network port and install a network card in an expansion slot? to chapter questions/Chapter 3.doc (More)
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