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Contributor(s): Mueller, Scott. 23 c. SBN: 0880223340. Subject(s): IBM Personal System/2 (Computer system)DDC classification: 00. 65. Material type: BookPublisher: Carmel, Ind. : Que Corp. c1988Description: xx, 358 p. : ill. ; 23 c. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
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Dalton, Richard and Mueller, Scott. Que Publications, 1989.
IBM Personal System/2 Model 30 286. Power-on self-test, bootstrapping, power-off. One book from the year 2000 writes: "MCA used an early (and user-hostile) version of what we know now as 'Plug-N′-Play', requiring a special setup disk for each machine and each card. MCA never gained wide acceptance outside of the PS/2 line due to IBM's anti-clone practices and incompatibilities with. Dalton, Richard and Mueller, Scott.
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IBM's PS/2 was designed to remain software compatible with their PC/AT/XT line of computers upon which the booming PC clone market was built, but the hardware . IBM PS/2 Handbook ".
IBM's PS/2 was designed to remain software compatible with their PC/AT/XT line of computers upon which the booming PC clone market was built, but the hardware was quite different.
Richard Dalton and Mueller collaborated on the IBM PS/2 Handbook. It was published in 1988 by Que Publishing.
Because IBM says so. That’s the underlying premise of the IBM PS/2 Handbook, and since . That’s the underlying premise of the IBM PS/2 Handbook, and since it’s my best guess too, that explains some of my enthusiasm for the book. Author Richard Dalton figures that the PS/2 will be around as the leading product at least as long as its predecessors-the XT, AT, and compatibles-which is to say five years, or until 1992 or so. All the fuss about this new line is justified, he feels, since the PS/2 offers more computer power for less trouble.