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70 percent mcqs were from moaaz file.

50% subjective from moaaz file.

tehmina ansari hmm thanks for sharing . 

Attention Related Final Term papers Spring 2013: All Fellows You don’t need to go at any other site for current Final Term papers Spring  2013, Because All discussed data/sharing of our members in this discussion are going from here to other sites. You can judge this at other sites yourself. So don’t waste your precious time with different links.

mostly new mcqs

20% from past papers

be careful prepare full book to solve this paper. this is difficult paper.

programs  different register key values malum karnin thi.

develop a program in C language

also mini statements developed in C language.

20 marks kay  programs thay.

nayyar khan thanks for sharing & best of luck for ur result 

nayyar bahi apki to watt lag gai :)

  1. diff b/w FAT 16 and FAT 32
  2. can FAT 12 access 1GB drive?
  3. diff b/w s/w intrupt & H/W intrupt?
  4. Define defregmentation?
  5. State of viruses, 3 name only?
  6. Find the sector# of 1CH

          No of sector/block is 8

         first block is 20

50-50 old and new MCQs

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afreen tabish thanks for sharing ur paper 

21 July ,2013 3:00 PM

MCQ 70% in past papers. 10 to 20 midterm MCQ.

1. How large file contain can be managed using FAT?

2. What do you mean by mirroring in FAT32?

3. Enlist all the activities that are to be performed when interrupt 9 occurs?

4. Difference between COM File and DOS Exe Files?

5. Write a Formula to transfer the cluster # in LSN for FAT32 file System.

6. Can we send the data to keyboard yes or not?

7. How many maximum possible entries are there in FAT32 and FAT16?

8. Cross reference of Cluster can be Detected?

9. Write down the Structure of boot Block.

10 How portion table virus fools dos about conventional memory?

11. Anatomy of FAT32?

12. TSR program that sets the caps lock bit in the keyboard status bytes whenever interrupt 8 occurs.

 

whaeedsf thanks for sharing ur paper & best of luck for ur result 

Attention Related Final Term papers Spring 2013: All Fellows You don’t need to go at any other site for current Final Term papers Spring  2013, Because All discussed data/sharing of our members in this discussion are going from here to other sites. (Other sites Admins/mods Copy from here & posted at their sites with fake IDs or original name: p). you can judge this at other sites yourself. So don’t waste your precious time with different links.

 

Please anyone z there to answer following questions,plzzzzzzzzzz

1. Find the sector# of 1CH

No of sector/block is 8

first block is 20


2.  Can we send the data to keyboard yes or not?

3. Write a Formula to transfer the cluster # in LSN for FAT32 file System.


2. What do you mean by mirroring in FAT32?

Enlist all the activities that are to be performed when interrupt 9 occurs?

  1. can FAT 12 access 1GB drive?


plz answer these question 

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