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  • Author:
    Douglas T Anderson
  • ISBN:
    1880252066
  • ISBN13:
    978-1880252062
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  • Publisher:
    Micro House (1992)
  • Subcategory:
    Hardware & DIY
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Cerana
This books is the definitive work about hard disks. It explains everything about all kinds of hard disks. Besides that, it also explains details of SCSI devices and RAID. It has a large database with jumper settings and configuration details of hundreds of hard disks, wich is very helpful to technicians. It comes with a CD-ROM full of very usefull utilities.
Iesha
I know the product and it was exactly what I wanted. I recomend it to all my friends and relatives. I learned so much from this book.
Adrietius
This is the most useful source I have for hard drive jumper settings, CMOS settings, etc. I have three previous editions, and wouldn't part with any of them. I do computer support for a large academic department of a university, and encounter a wide range of drives, adapters, computers, etc. These books have saved me a lot of time, blood, sweat and tears.
Grokinos
This books explains all you want to know about hard disk, including lots of information on jumper settings and hard disk CMOS parameters.
Chankane
If you are interested in older technology Hard Drives, purchase this book. It is not applicable to today's newer drives but contains in depth information of how drives changed or improved over a given period of time.

This was really a nostalgic purchase for me since my first drive had a maximum capacity of 20 megabits, was approximately 12" in length and often failed.

It is filled with memories of the past when low-level formatting was a common occurence and has an abundance of hard drive specifications applicable to some older drives.

If you are curious of how the drives of yestereday functioned, this book would be a great beginning. On the other hand, if you want to know about today's newer, faster and larger drives - I would not recommend this book.