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PCIe When you talk about the lanes, such as 1 or 8, say by rather than ex for the multiplication mark So by 1 and by 8 are the correct pronunciations You ll probably hear it referred to as ex 8 and 8 ex for the next few years until the technology has become a household term The bandwidth generated by a 16 slot is far more than anything other than a video card would need, so most PCIe motherboards also contain slots with fewer lanes Currently 1 (Figure 1017) and 4 are the most common general-purpose PCIe slots, but PCIe is still pretty new so expect things to change as PCIe matures
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CHAPTER 10 Adapter Cards and Peripherals
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Installing an expansion card successfully another one of those bread-andbutter tasks for the PC tech requires at least four steps First, you need to know that the card works with your system and your operating system Second, you have to insert the card in an expansion slot properly and without damaging that card or the motherboard Third, you need to provide drivers for the operating system that s proper drivers for the specific OS Fourth, you should always verify that the card functions properly before you walk away from the PC
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Some manufacturers insist on a different order for device installation than the traditional one listed here The most common variation requires you to install the drivers and support software for an expansion card before you insert the card Failure to follow the manufacturer s directions with such a card can lead to hours of frustration while you uninstall the card and reinstall the drivers, sometimes manually removing some drivers and software from the system The bottom line Read the instructions that come with a particular card Later chapters provide more specific examples of problem devices
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Step 1: Knowledge
Learn about the device you plan to install For Windows systems, your best resource for this knowledge is the Windows Marketplace This used to be called the Hardware Compatibility List (HCL), and you ll still hear lots of people refer to it as such You can check out the Web site (http:// testedproductswindowsmarketplacecom) to see if your product is listed, but most people just look on the box of the device in question (Figure 1018) all Windows-certified devices will proudly display that they work with Windows
Step 2: Physical Installation
To install an expansion card successfully, you need to take steps to avoid damaging the card, the motherboard, or both This means knowing how to handle a card and avoiding electrostatic discharge (ESD) or any other electrical issue You also need to place the card firmly and completely into an available expansion slot Optimally, a card should always be in one of two places: in a computer or in an antistatic bag When inserting or removing a card, be careful to hold the card only by its edges Do not hold the card by the slot connectors or touch any components on the board (Figure 1019) Use an antistatic wrist strap if possible, properly attached to the PC, as noted in 3 If you don t have a wrist strap, you can use the tech way of avoiding ESD by touching the power supply after you remove the expansion card from its antistatic bag This puts you, the card, and the PC at the same electrical potential and thus minimizes the risk of ESD Modern systems have a trickle of voltage on the motherboard at all times when the computer is plugged into a power outlet 4 covers power for the PC and how to deal with it in detail, but here s the short version: Always
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