alt+delete+control is proected mode.
CPU protection Memory protection I/O protection Dual mode protection. Research more about these and maybe you will get where you are going.
yes...yes it is
the property protection is available on the properties page. at this stage you do not need property protection because the robbing mode is disabled.
The distinction between kernel mode and user mode provides a rudimentary form of protection in the following manner: Certain instructions could be executed only when the CPU is in kernel mode. Similarly, hardware devices could be accessed only when the program is executing in kernel mode. Control over when interrupts could be enabled or disabled is also possible only when the CPU is in kernel mode. Consequently, the CPU has very limited capability when executing in user mode, thereby enforcing protection of critical resources.
define and explain hardware protectoin
No, the service mode on A jandy or pentair system, is just that for service the whole system is shut down in service and the equipment can only be turned on manually. So in other words the "freeze" protection has been turned off in the service mode.
Its very simple...You just have to unlock the write protection mode of card reader which you are using for your SD card.
It will conduct electricity when the voltage across its terminals reaches a certain value. Once the over voltage is extinguished, the protection diode becomes an open circuit again. Therefore, you need to connect a protection diode between both wires to be protected (differential mode) and from each wire to ground (common mode). Protection diodes are primary protection devices (fast reacting), but they cannot handle too much current. That is why they need to be used with secondary protection devices (fuses and gas arrestors) to provide better protection.
Whenever a trap occurs, the hardware switches from user mode to monitor mode, thus the operating system gains control of the computer. The dual mode operation provides the means of protecting the operating system from errant users, by switching between user mode and monitor mode.
Windows NT uses protection mechanism called rings provides by the process to implement separation between the user mode and kernel mode.
This is to prevent damage. You may have something not connected correctly or parts that are not compatible.