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Project in Computer Education Team Flash Drive Teacher : Sir. Sherwin C. Maningas
The Two Types of Hard Drive
IDE Hard Drive IDE Hard Drivemanufacturers quote disk capacity in SI-standard powers of 1000, wherein a terabyte is 1000 gigabytes and a gigabyte is 1000 megabytes. With file systems that measure capacity in powers of 1024, available space appears somewhat less than advertised capacity.
SATA Hard Drive A SATA hard drive is one which makes use of this newer technology. Many new internal hard drives being produced are SATA. External hard drives may also fit the specifications through the use of eSATA, the related standard for external connectivity. The original SATA standard has up to 1.5 Gbit/s data transfer speeds, while the more recent SATA II option allows 3.0 Gbit/s transfers. There is a new third generation standard, released in 2009, which is known as SATA 3.0 and pushes maximum data transfers up to 6.0 Gbit/s.
IDE Controller (1) The controlling electronics built into an IDE drive. See IDE.(2) The adapter on the plug-in card or motherboard that connects to the IDE controller. This is technically the IDE host adapter, but is often called the IDE controller. See IDE.
Parallel ATA (PATA) is an IDE standard for connecting storage devices like hard drives and optical drives to the motherboard. PATA generally refers to the types of cables and connections that follow this standard. P-ATA Connector
SATA Connector Serial ATA (SATA or Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) is a computer bus interface for connecting host bus adapters to mass storage devices such as hard disk drives and optical drives. Serial ATA was designed to replace the older ATA (AT Attachment) standard (also known as EIDE). It is able to use the same low level commands, but serial ATA host-adapters and devices communicate via a high-speed serial cable over two pairs of conductors. In contrast, the parallel ATA (the redesignation for the legacy ATA specifications) used 16 data conductors each operating at a much lower speed.
A power connector is an electrical connector designed to carry a significant amount of electrical power, usually as DC or low-frequency AC. Some types of RF connector may also carry large amounts of power, but are considered as a separate category. Connectors carrying small amounts of power are known as signal connectors. A pathalogical fear of plugs is known as plugophobia. Power Connector
Installation of HDD
Team Flash Drive Leader : Rodolfo Q. Gremio Jr. Member : Nikko Dave Francisco James Karl Quino Jason Arances JessaBoquiren Jane Antido Shaira Mae Torrefiel