The SATA drive technology utilizes a serial data path.
What technology is used to assure that the logical block addressing on a solid state drive does not always address the same physical blocks, in order to distribute write operations?
Which rotation speed is not a typical spindle rotation speed for magnetic hard drives?
What two optical disc drive standards support writing discs with a total capacity of 8.5GB?
The SATA/600 standard is also known by what other name?
What two different file systems can be used on a Compact Disc (CD)?
Hard drives that can be used for hot-swapping cost significantly less than regular hard drives.
Which type of RAID volume is used for fault tolerance and only requires two drives?
What statement best describes a RAID 5?
it requires 3 or more drives and uses parity checking
What two optical disc drive standards allow for rewritable discs?
If you are adding a hard drive to a system that already has a drive with Windows installed on it, what should you do?
boot Windows and use Disk Management to prepare the new drive
What SATA standard provides a transfer rate of 3 Gb/sec?
Which statement regarding the selection of a hard drive is accurate?
magnetic drives have larger capacity for the money than solid state drives
What command line utility can be used to repair the BCD on a Windows installation?
How many layers of data can exist on a single side of a Blu-ray disc?
The read/write head on a magnetic hard drive is at both the top and bottom of each disk.
How much data can an LTO Ultrium 5 tape hold, native and compressed?
If a computer is performing slowly due to file fragmentation, what Windows tool can be utilized to rearrange fragments?
What type of RAID is a combination of mirroring and striping?
What is the current maximum storage capacity limit of a magnetic tape?