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How will I know if my laptop is an IDE-based? What is a mass storage device? How can I check if the mass storage is a SCSI based? And lastly, I have an external CD-rom, how will I know if this is a SCSI?
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- right clidk on my computer -> manage
Device Maneger --> click on the hard drive it tells u what it is.

Mass Storage Device
- is a device thst stores data eg. hard disk/diskon key/camera
- the device does not have 2 b very large but is a definition to do with how it is connected usually by USB

basicly today the devices r usb. u can tell by the connection.
On laptops there r no SCSI connections only USB

here is link 2 a page with pictures and data of SCSI

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