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Steven L Belt, Scott A Hovey: Suspend/resume capability for a protected mode microprocessor. Zenith Data Systems Corporation, August 29, 1995: US05446904 (205 worldwide citation)

A laptop computer system includes a protected mode microprocessor capable of operating in restricted and unrestricted modes, and an arrangement which in response to a predetermined condition saves information from the processor and then forcibly switches the processor to its unrestricted mode of ope ...


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Mark J Foster, Saifuddin T Fakhruddin, James L Walker, Matthew B Mendelow, Jiming Sun, Rodman S Brahman, Michael P Krau, Brian D Willoughby, Michael D Maddix, Steven L Belt, Scott A Hovey, Mark A Ruthenbeck: Suspend/resume capability for a protected mode microprocesser. NEC Corporation, Katten Muchin Zavis, April 23, 2002: US06378068 (198 worldwide citation)

A laptop computer system includes a protected mode microprocessor capable of operating in restricted and unrestricted modes, and an arrangement which in response to a predetermined condition saves information from the processor and then forcibly switches the processor to its unrestricted mode of ope ...


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Mark J Foster, Saifuddin T Fakhruddin, James L Walker, Matthew B Mendelow, Jiming Sun, Rodman S Brahman, Michael P Krau, Brian D Willoughby, Michael D Maddix, Steven L Belt, Scott A Hovey, Mark A Ruthenbeck: Suspend/resume capability for a protected mode microprocessor. NEC Corporation, Katten Muchin Zavis, April 24, 2001: US06223293 (36 worldwide citation)

A laptop computer system includes a protected mode microprocessor capable of operating in restricted and unrestricted modes, and an arrangement which in response to a predetermined condition saves information from the processor and then forcibly switches the processor to its unrestricted mode of ope ...


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Mark J Foster, Saifuddin T Fakhruddin, James L Walker, Matthew B Mendelow, Jiming Sun, Rodman S Brahman, Michael P Krau, Brian D Willoughby, Michael D Maddix, Steven L Belt, Scott A Hovey, Mark A Ruthenbeck: Suspend/resume capability for a protected mode microprocessor. Vantus Technologies, T Murray Smith, Scott B Dunbar, James A Sprowl, June 9, 1998: US05765004 (31 worldwide citation)

A laptop computer system includes a protected mode microprocessor capable of operating in restricted and unrestricted modes, and an arrangement which in response to a predetermined condition saves information from the processor and then forcibly switches the processor to its unrestricted mode of ope ...


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Mark J Foster, Saifuddin T Fakhruddin, James L Walker, Matthew B Mendelow, Jiming Sun, Rodman S Brahman, Michael P Krau, Brian D Willoughby, Michael D Maddix, Steven L Belt, Scott A Hovey, Mark A Ruthenbeck: Interrupt for a protected mode microprocessor which facilitates transparent entry to and exit from suspend mode. Vantus Technologies, Scott B Dunbar, James A Sprowl, T Murray Smith, July 29, 1997: US05652890 (26 worldwide citation)

A laptop computer system includes a protected mode microprocessor capable of operating in restricted and unrestricted modes, and an arrangement which in response to a predetermined condition saves information from the processor and then forcibly switches the processor to its unrestricted mode of ope ...


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Mark J Foster, Saifuddin T Fakhruddin, James L Walker, Matthew B Mendelow, Jiming Sun, Rodman S Brahman, Michael P Krau, Brian D Willoughby, Michael D Maddix, Steven L Belt, Scott A Hovey, Mark A Ruthenbeck: Apparatus for maintaining one interrupt mask register in conformity with another in a manner invisible to an executing program. Zenith Data Systems Corporation, T Murray Smith, Charles W MacKinnon, Scott B Dunbar, August 27, 1996: US05551033 (22 worldwide citation)

A laptop computer system includes a protected mode microprocessor capable of operating in restricted and unrestricted modes, and an arrangement which in response to a predetermined condition saves information from the processor and then forcibly switches the processor to its unrestricted mode of ope ...


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Saifuddin T Fakhruddin, Mark J Foster, Scott A Hovey, James L Walker, Randy J Vanderheyden: Method and apparatus facilitating use of a hard disk drive in a computer system having suspend/resume capability. Zenith Data Systems Corporation, T Murray Smith, Charles W MacKinnon, Scott B Dunbar, February 28, 1995: US05394527 (21 worldwide citation)

A computer system has a processing unit with suspend/resume capability, a memory, and a hard disk drive. In response to a first command from the processor, the hard disk drive sends its status to the processor and the processor stores it in the memory. In response to a second command from the proces ...


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Mark J Foster, Saifuddin T Fakhruddin, James L Walker, Matthew B Mendelow, Jiming Sun, Rodman S Brahman, Michael P Krau, Brian D Willoughby, Michael D Maddix, Steven L Belt, Scott A Hovey, Mark A Ruthenbeck: Suspend/resume capability for a protected mode microprocessor. NEC Corporation, Katten Muchin Zavis, October 9, 2001: US06301673 (19 worldwide citation)

A laptop computer system includes a protected mode microprocessor capable of operating in restricted and unrestricted modes, and an arrangement which in response to a predetermined condition saves information from the processor and then forcibly switches the processor to its unrestricted mode of ope ...


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Saifuddin T Fakhruddin, Jiming Sun, Mark J Foster, Scott A Hovey, James L Walker, Gregory Allen Mart, Randy J Vanderheyden, Mark A Ruthenbeck: Method and apparatus facilitating use of a hard disk drive in a computer system having suspend/resume capability. Vantus Technology, T Murray Smith, Scott B Dunbar, James A Sprowl, October 26, 1999: US05974261 (4 worldwide citation)

A computer system has a processing unit with suspend/resume capability, a memory, and a hard disk drive. In response to a first command from the processor, the hard disk drive sends its status to the processor and the processor stores it in the memory. In response to a second command from the proces ...


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Scott A Hovey: Automated liquid handling device. Don W Weber, August 8, 2002: US20020104389-A1

An improvement on the standard bi-directional liquid sample handling system mechanism is provided. The improvement comprises a mechanism for sealing 24 pipettes arranged in a row. When the industry went from 12 wells to 24 wells, the construction of the pipettes, plungers and seals and the means for ...