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Nama :Siti Wahyuningsih NIM : 3311911048 Kelas : IF A Batamindo Chapter 9 Hard Drive Technologies Step 1 : Using your reference materials, review the features and spesifications of SATA hard drive technology. Then answer these question: a. What is the speed of data transfer for SATA 1.0 drives? 1.5 Gb/s b. What is the speed of data transfer for SATA 2.0 drives? 3.0 Gb/s c. What is the speed of data transfer for SATA 3.0 drives? 6.0 Gb/s d. What is the speed of data transfer for SATA 3.2 (SATAe) drives? 2 Gb/s e. What is the maximum length of SATA cable? Maximum length 1 meter (39.37 inci) f. How many wires are in a SATA cable? 15 pin kabel power g. How many drives can a single SATA cable support? 1-6 TB Step 2 : It’s time to get working with some SATA drives. Shut down your system and remove the system cover, following proper ESD avoidance procedures. Step 3 : Disconnect the data cable (s) from SATA hard drive (s), as shown in figure 9.1. Grasp the cable as closely as possible to the connector on the drive and pull, rocking the connector gently from side to side. Disconnect the power supply from SATA drive(s) by unplugging the SATA connector from each one. Step 4 : Now look at the motherboard connection and note the orientation of the connectors. Disconnect the data cables from the motherboard, being careful but firm. Grasp the cable as closely as possible to the connector on the motherboard and pull, rocking the connector gently from side to side. Lay the cables a side for later reinstallation Step 5 : Look at the SATA connections on your motherboard (see figure 9.2) How many SATA connector do you see on your motherboard? 4 SATA connector Look closely at your motherboard, and see if you can find writing on the board next to the SATA connectors. Are the interfaces grouped into pairs? Are any of them dedicated to special configurations such as RAID? Yes Step 6 : Remove the hard drive form the system, not the type of screw you removed, and stores the screw for safekeeping. Be sure to use proper ESD procedures when removing the drive from your system. Because of the variety of cases, caddies, bays, slots, and so on, it’s not possible to give detailed instructions on how to remove the drive from your particular system. Look closely for caddy releases or retaining screws. Close inspection and a little logic will usually make it