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General Chat Thread, Name 3 types of connection that can be used for a hard drive? in General; Originally Posted by jamesfed SAS, SATA and IDE ^ That's only two....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesfed View Post
    SAS, SATA and IDE
    ^ That's only two.

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    Yes I think we're all helping him to cheat as I pointed out earlier :-)

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    Name three species of animals indiginous to Australia that have wings but don't fly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tech_guy View Post
    Name three species of animals indiginous to Australia that have wings but don't fly.
    Koala Brothers, that's two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tech_guy View Post
    Name three species of animals indiginous to Australia that have wings but don't fly.


    Cassowary and Emu.

    The third, if there is one, eludes me.

    Good answer?
    Last edited by DaveP; 26th August 2011 at 05:56 PM. Reason: Insert comma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    The third, if there is one, eludes me.
    Little Blue/Fairy Penguin
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Penguin

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    Blast. Should have got that.

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    Name three native Australian animals that aren't a) venomous b) likely to attempt to attack/devour/mate with you?

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    3 Drive connectors :

    PATA, SATA , SAS

    3 Filing Systems

    ExFAT, NTFS, FAT ( whether just FAT, FAT 16 and FAT 32 )

    Above answers have been posted above aside from Ex FAT

    Not answering anymore though

    USB for a hard drive is with a USB to IDE / SATA type connector or unless its one of those Western Digital portable hard drives with the PCB board and a usb connector but this is not the default connector or interface for a hard drive hence PATA, SATA and SAS, also SCSI Drives

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete View Post
    Name three native Australian animals that aren't a) venomous b) likely to attempt to attack/devour/mate with you?
    Koala, Kangaroo, Black-headed Python?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    ^ That's only two.
    Why is that only 2 ?

    SAS not count ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    Koala, Kangaroo, Black-headed Python?
    Kangaroo's do attack and am not sure on that type of python but am sure they have teeth and would attack if threatened or if pestered enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete View Post
    Name three native Australian animals that aren't a) venomous b) likely to attempt to attack/devour/mate with you?
    Koala, Wombat, Dame Edna Everage...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tech_guy View Post
    Koala, Wombat, Dame Edna Everage...
    Humans who accidentally find themselves in an affray with a wombat may find it best to scale a tree until the animal calms and leaves. Humans can receive puncture wounds from wombat claws as well as bites. Startled wombats can also charge humans and bowl them over,[10] with the attendant risks of broken bones from the fall. One naturalist, Harry Frauca, once received a bite 2 cm (0.79 in) deep into the flesh of his leg—through a rubber boot, trousers and thick woollen socks (Underhill, 1993). A UK newspaper, The Independent reported that on 6 April 2010 a 59-year-old man from rural Victoria state was mauled by a wombat (thought to have been angered by mange)[11] causing a number of cuts and bite marks requiring hospital treatment. He resorted to killing it with an axe.[12]
    Wombat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Wombats also lure dingos into burrows and then crush their skills with their bums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    ^ That's only two.
    When used with the word 'connection' as in the OP I think that would count as 3

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