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    Default What is LVD hard disk ?

    Excuse this stupid question, but i'd like to know it.

    Regards.

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    Default Re: What is LVD hard disk ?

    Jose Perez wrote:
    > Excuse this stupid question, but i'd like to know it.
    >
    > Regards.
    >
    Low Voltage Differential
    This is the current popular SCSI termination style.
    Most SCSI drives nowadays are LVD. There was
    a time when HP and SGI delivered a lot of HighVD (which
    is totally different and incompatible... you'll
    fry an LVD on a HVD SCSI chain).

    (that's the simple brief answer)

    Chris Cox Guest

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