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Chapter 0110: Removable Media
"This has always been a motto of
mine: Attempt the impossible in order to improve your work.
-- Bette Davis
The objective of
this chapter is to provide the reader with an understanding of the following:
1.3 Identify available IRQs, DMAs,
and I/O addresses and procedures for device installation and configuration:
2.1 Identify common symptoms and
problems associated with each module and have to troubleshoot and isolate
Getting Ready - Questions
- The common encoding formats for CD
are __________, __________, _______ .
- Travan tapes can read QIC tapes. (True/False)
- Pin # ___ is used to indicate a diskette
- ZIP drives can read 1.44MB floppies.
Getting Ready - Answers
- CD-DA, ISO-9660, CD-ROM-XA
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