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about pins on hardisk

Posted on 2003-10-23
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hai all
there are 40 pins on a scsi hardisk how many pins are used for send and recieving data and
how many are of dummy pins and actually there are 39 pins only when i counted but
everybody says its scsi with 40 pins and also
for the fdd and cdromdrive please let me know

and also what are scsi,ide and ata
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