The Mitac 6133 is a Celeron CPU (PIII core based) laptop that shares a case design with two earlier versions, the 5033 and the 6033. It has a similar floppy drive and CD-ROM drive as those models, and the keyboard design is the same size, but some keys now appear in different locations. The BIOS and the motherboard are the same for all three models.
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Mitac Laptop Startup
Turn on the Mitac laptop. Press F2 to enter the BIOS system and review the configuration provided by the BIOS.
Connect to the Internet and download and install the drivers for the system from Mitac (see Resources). The drivers prepare the Mitac 6133 for the latest upgrades to the system.
Laptop Specs using "Hardware and Sound" Control Panel
Click the "Start" icon on the lower left-hand side of the screen. Go to the "Control Panel." Go to "Hardware and Sound," then "Device Manager." The Mitac 6133 laptop's configurations include an AMD Athlon 64 Serial Attached SCSI (RAID) and ATA-100 (RAID) PCI slot; AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port) with a 160 GB slot that supports up to 6 MB through a SO-DIMM (Sodium Dual memory) slot (which appears with small laptops); and an ATI Radeon 9250 SE graphics chip AGP Interface. The AGP memory size is 128 MB. The DDR Memory Interface is 64 bit.
Laptop Specs using "Computer" properties
Go back to the "Start" icon. Go to the "Computer" icon, right-click and select "Properties" to review the memory. The laptop memory can support up to 2,048 MB, with the standard memory starting at 512 MB; the installed memory is a 2x64-100MHz PC100, 144pin SO-DIMM (Sodium Dual memory). The computer has a 3.3v, Sync (4x16) Memory Micro (M2) Stick with two expansion slots.
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