You’ll give it a bad idea

Where would you use a SCSI terminator?

A) At the beginning of a SCSI bus

B) Connected to every SCSI device

C) At the end of a SCSI bus

D) Terminators are no longer required on a SCSI bus

E) Don’t say “terminate” when you’re near my hard drive

The answer: C) At the end of a SCSI bus

A SCSI terminator designates the end of a chain of SCSI devices. The terminator can be an external device, or it can be built-in to a SCSI device.

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