A device running Linux might use a number of different storage device types. In this video, you’ll learn about the most popular storage types and how those storage devices are references in the Linux operating system.
Which of these would be an advantage of using SATA-connected storage?
This month; using the Event Viewer, how to resolve Windows boot errors, choosing your default gateway, SATA technology, and choosing the exam version that’s right for you.
What throughput speed should you expect from a SATA Revision 3.0 interface?
There are many different types of devices that can connect to your computer, and many of them use completely different connectors. In this video, you’ll learn about the cables and connectors used for hard drives, USB devices, FireWire components, parallel links, serial connections, network links, and much more.
If you look closely at your computer’s power supply, you’ll see a myriad of different cables used to power the internals of your PC. In this video, you’ll learn about all of these connectors and how they can be used to power the motherboard and peripherals inside of your computer.
Your computer has many different interfaces, and each interface type has a different set of speed and distance standards. In this video, you’ll learn about the speeds and distances of USB, FireWire, PATA, SATA, and wireless standards.
Most modern desktop and laptop computers use SATA interfaces to connect to hard drive storage devices. In this video, you’ll learn about the SATA standard and how to properly configure and connect SATA drives.
How many SATA drives can you connect to a single SATA motherboard interface?
Which type of drive is commonly connected with an 80-wire ribbon cable?