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CD DRIVE

  1. 1. Jay-im G. Rosero
  2. 2. Learning Outcomes: • Compare CD from DVD. • Identify the different types of CD/DVD Drives. • Learn how to select and install CD/DVD Drives.
  3. 3. www.themegallery.com
  4. 4. History • Compact Disc - Digital Audio (CD-DA), the original CD specification developed by Philips and Sony in 1980 • In 1985 a standard for the storage of computer data by Sony and Philips, CD-ROM (Compact Disc Read Only Memory) • The DVD standard was developed in the mid 1990’s by leading companies like Philips and Sony.
  5. 5. 5 Compact Discs (CD’s) store computer information optically. CD’s are portable. Prior to the USB drive, CD‘s were frequently used when more space was needed than was available on a floppy. A CD can hold 720 MB. This is equivalent to 500 floppy disks or 200,000 pages of text. Digital Versatile Discs (DVD’s) also store computer information optically. A DVD looks exactly like a CD. However, DVD’s have much more storage capacity than CD’s: 4.7 GB compared to 720 MB.
  6. 6. 7 1. CD-ROM drive is short for Compact Disc-Read-Only Memory drive. CD-ROM drives can only read information from a CD, not write to a CD. CD-ROM drives are sometimes called CD-ROM players. 2. CD-R drive is short for Compact Disc-Recordable drive. CD-R drives read from and write to CD’s. You cannot write to any CD, only to a type of CD called a CD-R. CD-R drives are also called CD burners. Each CD-R can only be used once.
  7. 7. 3. CD- RW drive is short for Compact Disc-ReWritable drive. CD-RW drives read from, write to and rewrite to CD’s. Rewrite means to erase and write over previously saved information. Rewriting is standard for floppy disks and hard drives. You cannot rewrite to any CD, only to a CD-RW. Note: You can use any type of CD drive to play an audio CD.
  8. 8. A reads information from DVD’s and writes information to DVD’s. DVD drives come in different types just like CD drives i.e., DVD-ROM, DVD-R, and DVD-RW. DVD drives can read CD’s and some DVD drives can write to CD’s.
  9. 9. 1. Remove second side panel from case. 2. Remove the face plate and insert drive into CD Drive bay. 3. Screw in the CD drive. 4. Locate IDE cable to CD drive. 5. Connect IDE cable to the motherboard and add power.
  10. 10. 1. The original Compact Disc(CD) specification. 2. DVD drive that able to read from and write to DVD’s. 3. CD drives that can only read information from a CD’s. 4. DVD drives that able to read from, write to and rewrite to DVD’s. 5. An optical storage device that is equivalent to 500 floppy disks. Identify what is being describe in the following sentences. Answer only.
  11. 11. ____Remove the face plate and insert drive into CD Drive bay. ____Locate IDE cable to CD drive. ____Remove second side panel from case. ____Connect IDE cable to the motherboard and add power. ____Screw in the CD drive. What comes first? Arrange the following steps in chronological order. (1-5) Answer only.
  12. 12. Answer Key: Test I. 1. Compact Disc- Digital Audio (CD-DA) 2. DVD – R Drive 3. CD – ROM Drive 4. DVD – RW Drive 5. Compact Disc (CD) Test II. 6. 2 7. 4 8. 1 9. 5 10. 3
  13. 13. 1.What is video card? 2.What are the characteristics of video card? 3.What is the function of video card? 4.What are the requirements we have to consider before installing video card? 5.What are the steps on installing video card?
  14. 14. PC Hardware Servicing Module http://computer.howstuffworks.com/ graphics- card.htm http://www.computerhope.com/jarg on/v/videadap.htm References:   

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