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can help you resolve performance problems, should you experience them Typical devices consume little bandwidth, but some devices, such as USB external drives, can consume a lot
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One issue to keep in mind for the exam concerns the use of buspowered or self-powered hubs You can connect USB hubs to USB ports on your computer so that you can extend the number of devices connected to your laptop However, some USB devices cannot draw enough power from a bus-powered hub through a USB cable, and this is especially
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Windows Vista supports the IEEE 80211 standard for wireless connectivity, but it also supports Bluetooth, which is a short-range radio technology designed to simplify connectivity between wireless devices and PCs Wireless transmission can occur via RF (Radio Frequency), which is an industry standard, as well as IrDA, which allows for device connectivity via infrared light waves As wireless technology has matured, you can connect all kinds of wireless devices to your computer, including wireless mice, keyboards, printers, and many others You can configure these devices as you would any other device connected to your PC Additionally, you can connect cell phones, PDAs, and other Bluetooth-enabled devices, assuming your PC supports Bluetooth connections Exercise 12-2 shows you how to connect a Bluetooth-enabled device to Windows Vista
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EXERCISE 12-2 Setting Up a Bluetooth-Enabled Device
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To set up a Bluetooth-enabled device, follow these steps: 1 Make sure that your Bluetooth device is turned on, has a name, and is discoverable, which means that other Bluetooth devices can see your device See the device s instructions to turn on Bluetooth and ready the device for discovery 2 Click Start | Control Panel In the Home view of Control Panel, click Hardware And Sound | Bluetooth Devices | Set Up A Bluetooth Enabled Device, shown next:
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3 On the Bluetooth dialog box, view the Options tab and ensure that the Connections | Allow Bluetooth Devices To Connect To This Computer option is enabled
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4 On the Devices tab, click Add This begins the Add Bluetooth Device Wizard Click Next
5 The wizard searches for, locates, and adds your device as a Bluetooth device
Using the Sync Center
A new feature in Windows Vista that is particularly helpful to mobile computing is the Sync Center, which allows you to keep information synchronized between your computer and mobile devices, files stored on a network server, and even programs that support Sync Keep in mind for the exam that the ability to sync with network folders is not included in the Windows Vista Starter, Home Basic, or Home Premium editions The Sync Center uses a comparison method between files Every time you sync something with the Sync Center, it compares the files between the two locations to see if they have changed If they have changed, Sync Center determines which version of the file to keep and overwrites the older file If the Sync Center is unsure of which file to keep, it will prompt you to choose a version This sync conflict happens when a file has changed in both locations since the last sync Sync will also report a conflict if one copy is deleted and the other has been changed since the last sync
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You can create sync partnerships, view sync results, and spot conflicts in the Sync Center Click Start | All Programs | Accessories | Sync Center to open the Sync Center
Setting Up a Sync Partnership
Sync partnerships are sets of rules that tell the Sync Center how and even when to sync with information between locations or devices You can create individual sync partnerships with different devices and network folders For example, you might create a sync relationship with your digital camera that tells the Sync Center to copy every new photo from the camera every time it is connected In a network, you might have a Sync Partnership with a network folder that syncs network files that are modified by different people You can configure the action you want to happen with Sync Partnership To set up a Sync Partnership, make sure you are connected to the network for a network location, or make sure the device you want to sync with is connected Exercise 12-2 shows you how to set up a Sync Partnership
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