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Discussion in 'A+' started by devip, Nov 11, 2004.

  1. devip

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  2. Phil
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    Hi Devip,

    I'd say the answer is D. They want to know why the device isn't detected and in A an unformatted tape isn't going to prevent the scsi device from being detected. B and C need to be true for the device to be detected. Which leaves D, iirc scsi 1 connectors do look like the 25 pin D parallel ports.

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    This is off topic but I wanted to take a minute to welcome you to Certforums. I hope you are finding the site helpful. I don't think you've been up to the new members forum but please take a minute to pop up there and introduce yourself. We'd love to hear a bit about you, the course you are taking and your goals. Thanks. :)

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  4. nugget
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    Would've said tha same thing Phil did, but he beat me to it. :dry
     
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  5. Peter

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    I would say D
     
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