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#1128| source: Anandtech by maximum3d on Fri Nov 22 2002 
Comdex 2002: Motherboards Part I
Anandtech's mobo coverage at Comdex
#1127| source: Asus by maximum3d on Fri Nov 22 2002 
Intel Chipset Installation Utility 4.20.1007
The Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility installs specific Windows INF files. The INF files inform the operating system how to properly configure the chipset for specific functionality, such as AGP, USB, Core PCI, and ISA PnP services
#1126| source: Microsoft by maximum3d on Fri Nov 22 2002 
MS Patch #3
Buffer Overrun In Microsoft Data Access Components Could Lead To Code Execution (Q329414) - An identified security vulnerability could allow an attacker to compromise MicrosoftR WindowsR-based systems and then take any of a variety of actions, such as changing Web pages or reformatting your hard disk. You can help eliminate this issue by installing this update from Microsoft. Anyone using Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows 98 SE, Windows 98, or Windows NTR 4.0 needs the update. Windows XP is not affected by this issue.
#1125| source: Microsoft by maximum3d on Fri Nov 22 2002 
MS Patch #2
Certificate Validation Flaw Could Enable Identity Spoofing (Q329115) - Certificate Validation Flaw Could Enable Identity Spoofing (Q329115)The original version of this bulletin was released on 05 September 2002. On 09 September 2002, we updated the bulletin to advise customers that a Microsoft-issued digital certificate, used to sign device drivers, did not meet the stricter validation standards established by the patch. As a result, customers who installed the patch could see unexpected error messages when installing new hardware, or in some cases might be unable to install new hardware altogether. On 20 November 2002, we released an updated version of the patch that not only eliminates this problem, but also eliminates a newly discovered variant of the original vulnerability.
#1124| source: Microsoft by maximum3d on Fri Nov 22 2002 
MS Critical Patch #1
Critical Update For Windows XP Media Center Edition. This update provides contains the CGMS-A enhancement as well as stability and performance enhancements.
#1123| source: Digitimes by maximum3d on Fri Nov 22 2002 
NVIDIA CEO Huang Jen-hsun Interview
DigiTimes has posted an interview with NVIDIA's president and CEO Huang Jen-hsun as he talks about his satisfaction and high hopes for the new product.
#1122| source: Techspot by maximum3d on Fri Nov 22 2002 
How to Volt-mod your GeForce 4
Although with significant differences, one could say that GeForce4 Ti4200 cards are based on very similar hardware than most Ti4600 cards (our overclocking target).
#1121| source: C|net by maximum3d on Fri Nov 22 2002 
Intel juices Celerons for budget PCs
The chipmaker introduced two new Celeron processors running at 2.1GHz and 2.2GHz, the fastest Celeron chips to date. Intel is aiming the new Celerons at PC manufacturers that build and sell inexpensive home desktops priced at $600 or below.
#1120| source: Comm Design by maximum3d on Fri Nov 22 2002 
Conexant chip integrates ADSL and .11b
Conexant Systems Inc. has integrated its internally-developed asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) router and Intersil Corp.'s 802.11b wireless LAN baseband/media-access controller on a single chip, the CX82340. The announcement preempts efforts by Broadcom Corp. and other competitors seeking to integrate .11 WLAN and cable-modem router capabilities on a single chip.
#1119| source: Times of India by maximum3d on Fri Nov 22 2002 
Microsoft "back-up" brains for humans
"Back-up brains" on digital file and computer-generated beings called 'avataars' were revealed on Thursday as the brave new frontier of software technology, as Britain's leading science magazine catalogued Microsoft corporation's plans to literally put our lives on disk. According to the latest issue of the New Scientist magazine,"engineers are working on software to load every photo you take, every letter you write, in fact your every memory and experience - into a surrogate brain that never forgets anything.

 
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