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accepted How do you open mailx to read old mail when you have no new mail and view a list of old emails?
Jun
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awarded  Teacher
Jun
26
answered How do you open mailx to read old mail when you have no new mail and view a list of old emails?
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asked How do you open mailx to read old mail when you have no new mail and view a list of old emails?
Feb
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accepted Adding to New context menu item in Windows Explorer
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answered Adding to New context menu item in Windows Explorer
Feb
10
comment Adding to New context menu item in Windows Explorer
Yes, thanks. I also just learned that in Windows 7 (which is what I should have mentioned I am using), I can hold the shift key and then right-click on a folder and see the option to open a command prompt with that folder as the current directory.
Feb
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asked Adding to New context menu item in Windows Explorer
Jan
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accepted How does a critical Windows Update find every Windows computer on the Internet?
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asked How does a critical Windows Update find every Windows computer on the Internet?
Nov
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Oct
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asked Does the 6502 put FF in the stack pointer register as soon as it gets power for the first time?
Oct
10
comment What mode do modern 64-bit Intel chip PCs run the boot sector in?
haimg, thanks for that link and clarification. @Deshe, sorry to take away best answer.
Oct
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accepted What mode do modern 64-bit Intel chip PCs run the boot sector in?
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Oct
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asked What mode do modern 64-bit Intel chip PCs run the boot sector in?
Oct
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comment Are super computers made with just cache technology?
Interesting, huge instruction sets, as in CISC? I'd like to check out documentation of an example of a modern supercomputer with CISC's instruction set.
Sep
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accepted Is BIOS read from the BIOS chip or copied into RAM on startup?
Sep
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comment Is BIOS read from the BIOS chip or copied into RAM on startup?
So from what I understand of what you said, upon coming to life, the CPU reads instructions from ROM, which instructions say "Copy all the startup instructions here in ROM to RAM and then set the program counter to such-and-such beginning address in RAM." Is that about right?