NO. A computer port is a hardware or virtual device (software) that allows data to pass from one area to another of the PC's hardware and/or software environment. The Periphial device is usually a hardware device the needs to interface… Full Answer
Hardware can be a peripheral device, a keyboard, mouse and monitor are all peripheral and hardware, but a motherboard is hardware but not a peripheral. Peripherals are hardware that you plug in and use with the aid of the computer.
Is an input device. i presume u mean in computing. its any external hardware that can be connected to ur computer to help move something or input something on the screen. e.g. mouse keyboard, graphics tablet. i suggest googling the… Full Answer
At minimum you will need a wireless router, then a wireless card for each device that will be connecting to it. For a PC, these can be internal or external, laptops usually have them built-in to start with.
The most common cable you would use to get something from an external device to your PC would be a "USB Cable", they come with almost all exteral devices, and can fit to nearly (if not all) PC's. As far… Full Answer
A keyboard is both, an input device and a piece of hardware. Hardware is physical, you can touch and hold it. Software is an idea. Its there but you cant pick it up and toss it. An input device is… Full Answer
No, most programs have no access at all to hardware. They call device drivers through the OS to perform input and output. These device drivers are custom written to access the hardware for the device they control. Modern computers use… Full Answer
make sure they are hook to the right out put also check to see if your audio drivers are installed... that can be checked in your device manger right click my computer then choose device manger (under hardware in xp)
"An Input device is any piece of computer hardware equipment used to provide data and control signals to an information processing system (such as a computer). Input and output devices make up the hardware interface between a computer and the… Full Answer
It usually brings up the boot device menu. From there you can select what hardware you want to start your computer from, regardless of the boot order set in the F2 (or F1) menu. You can select installed hardware (Hard… Full Answer
A hardware device is a piece of physical computer technology, usually made of metal and plastic. The word is used in contrast with software, which refers to programs which direct the physical hardware to do things.
You just have to keep pushing "cancel". You can also address the issue via the System Properties (Right click My Computer). Open the Hardware tab, click Device Manager, then find the driver in the list shown (whether it be for… Full Answer