People would utilize this one more because if one disk would fail, the mirror image of that disk will be on another disk. 6. I would personally choose 0 due to the increase in the speed. 7. The hardware-based system manages the RAID subsystem independently from the host and presents to the host only a single disk per RAID array.
NT1430 Unit 2 Discuss The Second Extended File System (EXT2) file system is a replacement of the Extended File System (EXT). The file system was created by Rémy Card in 1993. EXT2 was the default file system for Linux until EXT3 came along. EXT2 still is a favored file system for Flash and USB drives due the lack of journaling. Journaling requires more writes to the storage unit and can be slow on these external devices.
2. The reason you would want to limit the type of incoming connections to your computer is because if there is too much traffic flowing in it can slow the performance of your computer. 3. A peer-to-peer network allows network devices to share resources and communicate directly with one another without the use of servers. The benefits of using peer-to-peer are that it is secure, scalable, serverless, self-tuning, self-repairing, and sharing.
Which of the following answers best describes how a hard disk drive physically writes a binary 0 or 1?C. changing the disk’s surface 12. Which of the following answers are true about an internal hard disk drive (HDD) as it is normally used inside a personal computer (choose 2) B. used for long-term memory, D. connects to the CPU over a bus using a cable
Answer: RIMM of the same MB What is a disadvantage of using two 512 MB modules instead of a single 1 GB module in a system with three slots for memory modules? Answer: It limits you to only one more space for memory expansion. What are two disadvantages of using only one 2 GB module rather than two 1 GB modules? Answer: It is usually more expensive, and if it goes bad, then all RAM is bad. Lab 7.2 Is a DIMM or RIMM more expensive, given that both hold the same amount of memory?
* When it comes to large USB flash drives, the FAT32 file system is the intended primarily used. The reason that FAT is used is because FAT can be used on both operating systems, Windows and iOS, and NFTS cannot be used on non-window systems. * Which file system provides support for larger hard drives and better security in the form of encryption and permissions that restrict access by unauthorized users? NFTS is the required file system for large hard drives, because you are able to give it better security than the FAT. With FAT and if you are using Windows 7 then your files can be read unlike the NTFS.
– Used for: • Digital cameras • Video cameras – 1394a—FireWire 400 • 400Mbps – 1394b—FireWire 800 • 800Mbps Like USB, devices are hot swappable. 17 Other Common Ports PS/2: – Used for legacy motherboard connections to keyboard/mouse. Centronics printer ports: – 36-pin cable. Audio mini-jack: – 1/8-inch size. – PC99 color coding • Pink – Microphone.
A local application is a program such as a word processor or a spread sheet that is stored on a local computer and runs only on that local computer. A network application is one that is designed to run over a network such as the internet, or a small or large network of connected computers, it has two components one that runs on the local computer and one that runs on a network computer such as email. 4. [pic] 5. List the six common types of computers available.
In the late 1980s, personal computer motherboards began to include single ICs (called Super I/O chips) capable of supporting a set of low-speed peripherals: keyboard, mouse, floppy disk drive, serial ports, and parallel ports. By the late 1990s, many personal computer motherboards supported a full range of audio, video, storage, and networking functions without the need for any expansion cards at all; higher-end systems for 3D gaming and computer graphics typically retained only the graphics card as a separate component. This section on the motherboard was very informative and you can really see why it is to me one of the most important part of any computer
(Apple Inc. 2013) 1. While most PCs can only run Windows Applications, Mac computers can run various Apple and Windows applications. 2. Because of the dual application possibility of Macs more college students are choosing Macs. B. PC’s can run only on Windows applications.