about RAID, i would like to know why this topic is also for NET+ and also i would like to know if this RAIDS levels can be applied using special software and at least one example please.
Current related exam objectives for the A+ 2003 exam:
DOMAIN 1. Installation, Configuration, and Upgrading
1.6 Identify proper procedures for installing and configuring common IDE devices. Choose the appropriate installation or configuration sequences in given scenarios. Recognize the associated cables.
Content may include the following:
- IDE Interface Types
-- Serial ATA
- RAID (0, 1 and 5)
- Master/Slave/cable select
- Devices per channel
- Cable orientation/requirements
something else, when installing a SATA buses have the hard drive to have a special port to allow the conexion? i have built computers with sata support on board but i dont see the connector in the driveso i guess there should be a connector and it would be there only in new devices
also i only can connect one device per cable( disvantage isn't it?)
question about scsi tech notes,
i would like to know why the number of devices and the bus width is the same in all cases, i guess is because all devices or available "conections" need their own wire, isn't it?
Here is the list of our current TechNotes for the A+ Core Hardware exam:
ATA/IDE/EIDE/SATA TechNote *NEW*
CPUs and Sockets TechNote
BIOS, CMOS and POST TechNote
Modems and Serial Ports TechNote
Portables TechNote *NEW*
Basic Networking TechNote
Please post comments, suggestions, remarks etc. by replying to this topic.
(Our TechNotes will eventually be combined into a complete studyguide, online and in PDF.)
- CDROM, used fot atapi CD-ROM drives
- ARMD, used fo atapi ZIP and LS 120 drives.
What is "fot" & "fo"
and "technologie" not "technology" ?
in BIOS section
SHAKA25P wrote: »
once in the tech notes, i try to print the notes using the link: members only: printer friendly version. and no dice. it comes up 404 forbidden.