early 1990s, the only television where I trained had a computerized news department that reporters, hosts and organizations used to write and produce news programs. The system used was a redundant combination of servers and a functioning edition filled with workstations. One of the servers was running an IBM os/2 operating system with the latest 90 MHz Pentium processors. This (oh, it was fast!)
33 workstations used 80386 MHz processors running MS-DOS. No hard drives Typically 3½-inch floppy disks. The floppy disks put the computers into MS-DOS and then ran a batch file that was piped from the server to the news system executable. All data, such as newsletters and newsletters, was stored on the server, and everything connected via 10Base-T Ethernet ran on a hub (this network seemed to be in front of the network switches). War
Everything was very efficient… well, that’s how it was, one of our messages so far 23:00 did not report the problem, oh unfortunately.
Your workstation sometimes spontaneously rebooted, resulting in the loss of an unsaved working girl. We didn’t find anything out of the ordinary even though we had a workstation, so we replaced it. Not good, we replaced his keyboard. Still not good. (No – there really wasn’t a mouse; it must have been the MS-DOS mode character. Replaced)
We replaced your connecting cable, replaced it with a different central port, replaced it with another home wire, launched it, and even replaced your old monitor. Some of the deals that some of us made twice but still happened to your business!
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Finally, one day she sent our Director of Very News a polite email complaining that she lost an hour of work the night before because her computer was rebooting and she had to stay up until midnight to rewrite their story. “Unfortunately, this processIf it keeps going like this, I’ll have to upgrade to a new car.”
I got a call from the director of the news department and asked who was the most likely. I told her she didn’t know, we had already thought about her two new cars and it didn’t look like a hardware problem. We decided to send one of my new engineers to see if he could figure out what had happened. I should have dealt with this much sooner as it took him less than a minute to find the culprit. p>
CPU news Tower the anchor was already on the ground under your partner’s table, on a short shared box. At that time, there were two buttons on the processor case connected at the front – a power button, also a reset button. Johnson reset, which is directly connected to the NMI pin (interrupt) (not masked from the microprocessor under power. Pressing the reset button immediately restarts the computer. Favorite
She likes to sit with her legs bent while she types. When our technician sat down next to her, he looked down and said the sameL: “How often do you think pressing the reset button is reason enough to wear your Hi-Hill shoes?”
Robert Yankovic has been the chief engineer for a television station in Boston, Massachusetts, since 1999. Prior to that, he worked in the 15th class going to a train station in a secret district (to protect those who were spoiled by fashionable sneakers).
A very popular related category, with Rubik’s Dos Cube software, is the useful 3D Rubik’s Cube (Animated Cube) which is implemented as a Java applet and has a long history. The version from which many agencies currently emanate was created by Schubart Michael. Subsequently, Karl Hornell made changes to his version, which was used by Petrus Lars, through his website. Probably the most common is Werner rubikplayer von Randelshofer.