Appendix I - Axia College Material Appendix I Hard Drive...

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Axia College Material Appendix I Hard Drive Hard drives are complex storage devices in a computer. When installing a hard drive, you must consider numerous interface standards. You also must think about specific factors, such as the computer’s application, the type of motherboard, speed and noise, gigabyte barriers, subsystems, future storage needs, and archival issues. Refer to Ch. 8 of A+ Guide To Managing & Maintaining Your PC for a deeper understanding of these issues. You may measure hard drive performance by looking at three different sources of information. The first is the data rate, the number of bytes per second the driver can deliver to the processor. The second is the seek time, the amount of time it takes when the processor requests information from the driver and the first byte of information is delivered to the processor. The third is the memory capacity of the hard drive. For this assignment, you replace the internal hard drives from the computer featured in the
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This note was uploaded on 07/03/2011 for the course COMP IT 280 taught by Professor Moses during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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Appendix I - Axia College Material Appendix I Hard Drive...

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