don't mean to be rood

Discussion in 'A+' started by Peter, Nov 18, 2004.

  1. Peter

    Peter Byte Poster

    Devip posted this on the 11th and there have been no replies
    can anyone help with this as it will kill two birds with one stone.

    1.You have just assembled a chain of external SCSI devices for a customer. On his computer's subsequent startup, no problems are encountered. He calls you soon after you return to your office and reports that his computer has stopped responding. Which of the following is the problem?
    a. A resource conflict involving two or more SCSI devices.
    b. DUplicate SCSI IDs.
    c. Incompatibility between the ISA host adapter and PCI slot.
    d. Improper termination.

    If it was A or B then it would have shown some problem during start-up.SCSI devices are connected in a daisy chain and since all the devices are external devices one end of the SCSI chain is connected to the SCSI host adapter and the other end should be terminated.
    Certifications: Elec & Eelc Eng A+
  2. MrNice

    MrNice Kilobyte Poster

    I agree with you on the improper termination, and your reasoning for chosing it, although SCSI is not one of my strong points although I am working on it :rolleyes:
  3. nugget
    Honorary Member

    nugget Junior toady

    I agree with d as the cause.
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