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A all-in-one computer uses the same size components as desktop computers and components like the motherboard can be replaced with any off-the-shelf component.

False

In a notebook, replacing the motherboard probably means you’ll need to fully disassemble the entire notebook except the LCD assembly.

True

Notebook computer cases tend to be similar to one another, and components in notebook systems tend to be interchangeable among manufacturers.

False

Notebooks use the same technology as desktops except they use less power and take up less space.

True

Under what circumstance should you always return a notebook to the manufacturer?

for serious repairs and it is under warranty

What is a fast way to determine if the problem is with the LCD panel or the video controller on a notebook computer?

connect it to an external monitor

What might be a simple solution for a user having a login problem on a notebook computer when the user is certain she is entering the correct username and password?

NumLock is on, make sure it is turned off

Where are you likely to find a copy of the OS build, diagnostic software, and preinstalled applications on a notebook computer if you need to restore the system to its factory state?

in a recovery partition on the hard drive

Which ACPI power-saving state turns off the processor, hard drive, and monitor, but leaves all other devices on?

S2

Which PCMCIA standard uses the 32-bit PCI bus standards and has a bumpy strip on the edge?

CardBus