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Martin D Richek, Robert S Gready, Curtis R Jones: Interactive method for configuration of computer system and circuit boards with user specification of system resources and computer resolution of resource conflicts. Compaq Computer Corporation, Pravel Hewitt Kimball & Krieger, October 4, 1994: US05353432 (183 worldwide citation)

A method for determining and selecting configuration options and settings of circuit boards used in a computer system is disclosed. The options and settings are placed in a file according to a given format, at which time the system determines if non-conflicting use of the common system resources is ...


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Martin D Richek, Robert S Gready, Curtis R Jones Jr: Computer implemented method and apparatus for dynamic and automatic configuration of a computer system and circuit boards including computer resource allocation conflict resolution. Compaq Computer Corporation, Pravel Hewitt Kimball & Krieger, October 26, 1993: US05257387 (164 worldwide citation)

A computerized system for dynamically and automatically configuring circuit boards to carry out functions from various manufacturers and a computer system without the user intervention. A single computer system may include, for example, a modem board, a video board, a disk controller board, and a mu ...


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John E Dimitroff, David L Grant, Eugene E Freeman, Robert S Gready, Raymond A Ritter, Zuohui Zhang: Supporting a SCSI device on a non-SCSI transport medium of a network. Compaq Computer Corporation, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, March 27, 2001: US06209023 (142 worldwide citation)

A network provides a method of virtualizing SCSI semantics onto a non-SCSI transport medium. The network includes a plurality of hosts or initiators, a SCSI bus coupled to a plurality of SCSI devices, and a bridge having a non-SCSI front end coupled to the non-SCSI transport medium and a SCSI back e ...


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Martin D Richek, Robert S Gready, Curtis R Jones, Jeffrey S Perry: Computer implemented method and apparatus for dynamic configuration of a computer system and circuit boards including computer resource allocation conflict resolution. Compaq Computer, Pravel Hewitt Kimball & Krieger, September 12, 1995: US05450570 (103 worldwide citation)

An method and apparatus for determining and selecting configuration options and settings of circuit boards used in a computer system. The options and settings are placed in a file according to a given format, at which time the system determines if non-conflicting use of the common system resources i ...


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Curtis R Jones Jr, Robert S Gready, Roberta A Walton, Scott C Farrand, Pamela H Williams, Beatrice D Pipes, Montgomery C McGraw, Daryl D George, Michael R Griffin: Method and apparatus for configuration of computer system and circuit boards. Compaq Computer Corporation, Pravel Hewitt Kimball & Krieger, November 16, 1993: US05263148 (37 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for determining and selecting configuration options and settings of circuit boards used in a computer system is disclosed. The options and settings are placed in a file according to a given format, at which time the system determines if non-conflicting use of the common system ...


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Gary L Phillips, Robert S Gready, Raymond A Ritter, Eugene E Freeman, John E Dimitroff, David L Grant: Computer system and method for transferring data between multiple peer-level storage units. Hewlett Packard Development Company, January 11, 2005: US06842833 (23 worldwide citation)

A computer system and storage management method for routing data between peer-level storage units. The computer system includes a first storage unit (e.g., disk drive) and an intelligent controller connected to a storage area network. The intelligent controller is also connected to a second storage ...


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Curtis R Jons, Robert S Gready: Queued posted-write disk write method with improved error handling. Compaq Computer Corporation, Pravel Gambrell Hewitt Kimball & Kriger, November 12, 1991: US05065354 (11 worldwide citation)

A posted-write queuing program for writing information sectors to disk sectors includes error-handling routines to minimize the risk of data loss upon specified types of errors. Upon timeouts, queuing is suspended and all information sectors pending in the queue are written out to the corresponding ...