You’re troubleshooting a dual-drive PATA configuration, and you find that the CS jumpers are not selected. What does this mean?
What is the maximum number of devices that you can connect to an 80-wire PATA cable?
On a PATA drive, what does the “cable select” option mean?
What maximum transfer rate would you expect to see from a PATA drive?
How many devices can you connect to a single PATA motherboard interface?
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.
If you connect a “cable select” PATA drive to an 80-wire PATA-4 standard cable, which connector would configure the drive as Device 0?
You’ve just replaced a motherboard, and you are now reconnecting all of the internal components. The system contains a single PATA drive configured for cable select, and the drive uses a 40-wire PATA cable. Which connector on the cable would be the best choice for attaching the drive?
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.
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