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Input Outpu Devices

Input ports and devices

Name the two most recent standards for USB ports. USB 2.0 and 3.0
You need to connect a USB 3.0 device to the motherboard but there is no USB 3.0 ports available. What do you do? Add a PCIe card with USB 3.0 ports.
What must each SCSI device have when daisy chaining SCSI devices together? Each device must have a unique SCSI ID and must be terminated.
What is the name of the port used to link up external modems and label printers? COM Port.
If a PS/2 mouse has stopped working, what should you do to allow the user to keep working and use a mouse without shutting down the computer? Connect a USB mouse.
What would you check first when troubleshooting multiple USB devices that are not recognised by windows? Check and enable USB ports in the BIOS
Created by: micjmccann