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Difference between real mode and protected mode?

Real mode processor works as 8086/8088 while Protected mode processsor works as 80286


What is the difference between CPU working in real mode and protected mode?

The bits path size, real mode works on a 16 bit path size and protect mode works using a 32 bit path size.


Real mode operates using an -bit data path and protected mode uses an -bit data path?

Real mode -16bit Protected mode -32bit


CPU's operate in 3 modes 16 bit 32 bit and 64 bit Respectively the 3 modes are also called?

real mode, protected mode and long mode real mode, protected mode and long mode Or: 16-bit modes (real, protected or virtual), 32-bit mode (protected), 64-bit modes


What are the two modes of the windows 2000xp?

Real Mode and Protected Mode


What are the modes of the processor?

processor contain three modes. 1.Real mode -When PC in DOS programing. 2.Protected Mode -When PC operating system mode 3.virtual mode real mode - when PC in protected and real mode conmmenly.


What mode includes all of real mode plus extended memory?

protected mode


Real Mode allows programs direct access to what but protected mode does not?

In real mode, an application has complete access to all hardware resources. In protected mode the OS controls how an application can access hardware.


How do you switch from real mode to protected mode in 80386?

To switch from real mode to protected mode in the 80386, set the PE bit in the MSW in CR0, and then immediately execute a JMP to flush the prefetch queue.


In what two modes does a CPU operate?

A CPU operates in real mode and protected mode


Real mode operates using a bit path and protected mode uses a bit data path?

Real mode uses 16 bit data path while protected mode uses 32 bit data path.


How do you tell the difference between National and Provincial parks?

There is no real difference but National parks are operated and protected by the Canada's parks while Provincial parks are operated and protected by the provinces that they are in.

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