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DZ77GAK and related drivers. Intel DZ77GAK Desktop Board Express BIOS 1, downloads. BIOS | Intel. Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows XP. May 27th , GMT. download. Description:Desktop Utilities driver for INTEL DZ77GAK. Intel® Desktop Utilities is a system monitoring application that is essential for the system user who does not have the support of a large IT department. Intel Desktop Utilities provides you with the means to monitor system temperatures, voltages, fan speeds, and hard drive health; view detailed system information, and test your system . Intel® Desktop Board DZ77GAK quick reference guide including specifications, features, pricing, compatibility, design documentation, ordering codes, spec codes and more.

 

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May 04,  · DZ77GAK driver. third clean install on this board, i’ve done both now with the board on the bench and minimal ram and addon cards installed. PCI Simple Communications Controller, 2 of these show in the device manager. After chipset inf driver install 1 is left, after all other drivers (newest from intel download center) are installed it is still there. Intel® Desktop Board DZ77GAK quick reference guide including specifications, features, pricing, compatibility, design documentation, ordering codes, spec codes and more. Description:Desktop Utilities driver for INTEL DZ77GAK. Intel® Desktop Utilities is a system monitoring application that is essential for the system user who does not have the support of a large IT department. Intel Desktop Utilities provides you with the means to monitor system temperatures, voltages, fan speeds, and hard drive health; view detailed system information, and test your system .
 
 
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Sun vs Microsoft: No move? – Walk with a tambourine…
When the first rumors leaked in early February that Sun Microsystems was preparing its own lawsuit against Microsoft on monopoly charges (as new!) and using it in unfair competition with Sun software (meaning Java), many did not attach serious importance to this information. Just think, they say, AOL has also filed a lawsuit against infringement of its Netscape Navigator. He is not the first…

However, in vain they brushed aside. Sun officials went to court on International Women’s Day. Sun Seeks Defense Against Competitor’s Unsportsmanlike Practices for Its Java Platform in District Court in San Jose, California. There are also words such as “unacceptable”, “monopoly” and “illegal”. Original, isn’t it? 🙂 It is reported that in June 2021 a federal appeals court found Microsoft guilty of abusing its monopoly position over SUN and its Java platform. Based on this, a demand is put forward to restore the status quo and, of course, to compensate for material damage. Not small, I want to notice. According to MSNBC, the amount to cover grievances is expressed as a number with nine zeros behind, namely $ 1,000,000,000! You can get acquainted with the excerpts and seven-megabyte delights of Sun lawyers here.

A bit of history. Tensions over Java, a multi-platform language that allows developers to write applications running on different operating systems, arose between the companies back in 1997 at the suggestion of Sun. Long litigation and trademark litigation ended only last January. In this press release, you can read that the differences and disputes between the two companies have been settled. Under the agreement, the license to use the technology was considered invalid, the software giant paid Sun $ 20 million in compensation, but along with this, Microsoft received the right to keep the use of Java technology in existing products for a period of 7 years. Notice I stress – right. Plus – she has no right to further use the Java trademark. In addition, the agreement of the parties states that Microsoft has the right to develop its own technology, competing with the product from Sun. Everything seems to be clear and understandable. Many breathed a sigh of relief at that moment. And Patricia Sueltz, executive vice president of Sun, said that “… although they (Microsoft) will distribute an outdated version of the technology, they will not be able to apply it in .NET. Ultimately, this is a very good day for the Sun.”The clash of the titans is over.

But it was not there. On January 25, Microsoft officially announced Java User Migration Path to Microsoft .NET, the so-called JUMP to .NET. The circus left, but the clowns stayed. The company still has the C # language, which, according to many experts, is in many ways superior to Java. The competition has begun. Platform success .NET was obvious. In July, Microsoft announced that it was not going to ship the upcoming Windows XP operating system and Internet Explorer 6 with the Java virtual machine. Formally, this was due to the reluctance to impose an outdated version of the product on consumers. At the same time, the new version of Java can be connected by downloading it from the Sun website or by installing software that includes the distribution kit of this virtual machine. Smelled fried. In mid-August, Sun even took the step of publishing an open letter to the newspapers asking consumers to demand the inclusion of Java support in Windows XP. But the Redmond corporation was adamant. Sun got what it wanted. There was no support for her product in the new OS.

Further chronicle. Early October. Microsoft announces first beta of Visual J #. Sun Releases Java VM for Windows XP in November. The fight is escalating. Microsoft solutions take over. And at the beginning of February this year, it releases the JLCA (Java Language Conversion Assistant) utility for porting Java applications to the platform .NET, where some of the work is done automatically. Here we are back to the beginning of the news.

To be precise, the circus has returned, which was narrated two paragraphs above. It has already become a good practice, for any reason, and even without a reason to kick Gates and his company. And if you manage to get money at the same time, then even more so. Then the shareholders will be happy. Let’s see what specifically Microsoft is accused of in the latest lawsuit:
– Illegal seizure of markets for operating systems, Web browsers and office applications for the PC market.
– An attempt to monopolize the server OS market.
– Integration of Internet Explorer and servers for workgroups in Windows operating systems, IIS server in server operating systems, as well as .NET framework in both of these OS categories.
– Illegal business intrusion with third parties, such as agreements with Apple and Intel to develop and support solutions for Microsoft’s version of Java only.
– Copyright infringement.
– Creation of unacceptable business conditions for competitors.
– Unfair competition.
And what Sun wants to get:
– Stop distributing Microsoft Java Virtual Machine as a downloadable update from Microsoft.
– Include Sun Java Plug-in with Windows XP and Internet Explorer.
– Reveal and license Microsoft developments in the field of interfaces, protocols and formats.
– Allocate Internet Explorer, IIS and .NET framework imposed on users along with the OS.
– Threefold Compensation for Damage! 🙂 (modestly and tastefully)
– Payment of legal costs.
Pay attention to how cleverly the moment of filing this claim is chosen. On the same day, Federal Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly announces a week-long hiatus in the US vs Microsoft hearing to provide a last chance to investigate the latest changes to the nine-state requirements in this process. It reminds me very much of the rules of conduct in a fight. Finish off the enemy at all costs. Even at the risk of exposing yourself to everyone’s ridicule. Although, … what can’t you do for big money? The only upsetting thing is that if, for the sake of fashion, this claim is satisfied, the cost of Microsoft’s final products may increase by just this amount. Overhead costs need to be compensated somehow. Reasonably? And this is already out of our pocket. 🙁

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