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What is the harddisk and how many types of haddisk are there?

Posted by: rashid on 4/9/2015

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harddisk is data stroage memory and three type of harddisk 1.ata 2.pata ...3. sata..



Posted by: rajankumar

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Hard disk is a secondary storage device. and permanent storage device also.There are many hard disk types. In those, ATA Hard disks, PATA Hard disks, SATA Had disks, USB Hard disks & SCSI Hard disks.



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we have two types of hard disks
1. IDE Harddisk
2. SATA Harddisk



Posted by: Jagadeesh

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no



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The harddisk drive in your system is the "data center" of the PC. It is here that all of your programs and data are stored.It is a permanent storage used in PC.

Types of Hard Disks

1) ATA - Advanced Technology Attachment
2) SATA - Serial ATA (Advanced Technology Attachment)
3) PATA - Parallel ATA (Advanced Technology Attachment)

Note:
1)The alphabets C-Z represents the partition of the hard
drive... not the types.

2) Primary master
Primary Slave
Secondary master
Secondary Slave

These are the connection types used to connect 2 Hard
Drives to a single IDE connector(using JUMPERS).
You can connect a single Hard Drive either as Primary
masterslave or Secondary masterslave...
(using JUMPER settings and choosing IDE connectors).

3)Number of Hard Drive connections depends on the Mother
Board...



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Harddisk is non- volatile memory which store data.There are two types of harddisk ATA/IDE ,SATA and SCSI
ATA advance technology attachment

SCSI small computer system interface



Posted by: prateek singh raghav

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1.ATA
2.FireWire
3.SCSI
4.RAID and Fibre Channel



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ATA

FireWire

SCSI

RAID and Fibre Channel



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Harddisk is primery storej device of computers install os time secondary boot device is HDD & two type of HDD fist internal & external.



Posted by: Prasad Patil

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there are four types of harddisk we can see 1.-pata
2.sata
3.ide
4.scsi



Posted by: gopal hari

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1.Harddisk is storage divice its work on only motherboard 2.There r normal HDD type is IDE & SATA 3. server HDD also there red



Posted by: Kalpesh

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What is the harddisk and how many types of haddisk are there?



Posted by: Ananta Ghodvinde

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Hard disk is a secondary storage device.its stores all the files and folders, operating system components etc.
hard disks are mainly two types
SATA and IDE. SATA is the latest.



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What is the harddisk and how many types of haddisk are there?

1. ide 2. sata



Posted by: harikrishna

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A hard disk drive (often shortened as hard disk, hard drive, or HDD) is a non-volatile storage device that stores digitally encoded data on ...

?SAS Serial Attached SCSI.
?SCSI Small Computer Systems Interface.
?SATA Serial ATA or Serial Advanced Technology Attachment.
?IDE Integrated/Intelligent Drive/Device Electronics.



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harddisk is permanent storeage divice which in data safe for very long time .hdd coming very sizes acc. capacity such as 5.25″ FH 146 mm 47 GB[37] (1998) 14
5.25″ HH 146 mm 19.3 GB[38] (1998) 4[39]
1.3″ 43 mm 40 GB[40] (2007) 1
1″ (CFII/ZIF/IDE-Flex) 42 mm 20 GB (2006) 1
0.85″ 24 mm 8 GB[41] (2004) 1



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Hard disk is a secondary storage device. and permanent storage device also.There are many hard disk types. In those, ATA Hard disks, PATA Hard disks, SATA Had disks, USB Hard disks & SCSI Hard disks.

Types of Hard Disks

1) ATA - Advanced Technology Attachment
2) SATA - Serial ATA (Advanced Technology Attachment)
3) PATA - Parallel ATA (Advanced Technology Attachment)

Note:
1)The alphabets C-Z represents the partition of the hard
drive... not the types.

2) Primary master
Primary Slave
Secondary master
Secondary Slave

These are the connection types used to connect 2 Hard
Drives to a single IDE connector(using JUMPERS).
You can connect a single Hard Drive either as Primary
masterslave or Secondary masterslave...
(using JUMPER settings and choosing IDE connectors).

3)Number of Hard Drive connections depends on the Mother
Board...




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