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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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Douglas D Gephardt, Brett B Stewart, Rita M Wisor, Drew J Dutton, Steven L Belt: Side bus to dynamically off load main bus. Advanced Micro Devices, Foley & Lardner, March 25, 1997: US05615207 (66 worldwide citation)

A data communication system includes an express bus, a plurality of local buses, and a plurality of local/express bridges, each local/express bridge connecting a corresponding local bus to the express bus. A plurality of local/local bridges each connect two corresponding local buses. The plurality o ...


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Douglas D Gephardt, Steven L Belt, Drew J Dutton: Dockable computer system capable of symmetric multi-processing operations. Advanced Micro Devices, Foley & Lardner, April 29, 1997: US05625829 (61 worldwide citation)

A dockable computer system is capable of performing symmetrical multi-processing operations. More particularly, the dockable computer system includes a portable computer and a host station (docking station), each including a resident CPU. The dockable computer system is capable of operating in a doc ...


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Steven L Belt, Robert J Grabon, Chandrakant H Pandya, Jiming Sun, Neysa K Terry Gray: System suspend on lid close and system resume on lid open. Zenith Data Systems Corporation, Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis, April 12, 1994: US05303171 (49 worldwide citation)

A portable computer system includes a housing, a lid supported on the housing for movement between open and closed positions, a keyboard supported on the housing below the lid, and a display provided on the lid. When the lid is opened, the keyboard is accessible and the display is visible, whereas w ...


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Steven L Belt, Douglas D Gephardt, Drew J Dutton, Brett B Stewart, Rita M Wisor: Processor with decompressed video bus. Advanced Micro Devices, Foley & Lardner, April 17, 2001: US06219754 (40 worldwide citation)

A dedicated bus between a central processing unit and a peripheral unit, such as a graphics controller driving a video display, provides enhanced capability in an environment in which signal processing occurs within the central processing unit. The dedicated bus relieves other data buses, such as th ...


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Douglas D Gephardt, Brett B Stewart, Rita M Wisor, Steven L Belt, Drew J Dutton: System for dynamically reconfiguring subbusses of data bus according to system needs based on monitoring each of the information channels that make up data bus. Advanced Micro Devices, Foley & Lardner, May 4, 1999: US05901332 (37 worldwide citation)

A data bus for connecting information processing devices is configurable into a plurality of subbusses in order to fully utilize the data bus capacity. The size and data transfer direction of each subbus, as well as the data transfer speed of each subbus, is independent of the other subbusses. Also, ...


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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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Steven L Belt, Robert J Grabon, Chandrakant H Pandya, Jiming Sun, Neysa K Terry Gray, Min E Lee, Norman M Hack: Implementation of idle mode in a suspend/resume microprocessor system. NEC Corporation, Katten Muchin Zavis, February 27, 2001: US06193422 (34 worldwide citation)

A portable computer system includes an input device such as a keyboard, a display, and a processor which is operable in a normal operational mode and in a reduced power mode, the processor carrying out program execution in each of the normal operational mode and reduced power mode. A timing arrangem ...


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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 ...