Download Linux drivers for HDD
Hard Drives - winning drives to store large amounts of information. The current capacity of hard drives is measured terabytes (thousands of gigabytes). A typical hard drive has the form factor of 3.5 or 2.5 inches, linear transfer rates up to 200 megabytes per second and positioning on the track - up to several microseconds. Currently dominion hard drives based on magnetic disks are gradually replaced by SSD-drives.
To HDD can transmit data to the controller at the maximum speed, it must use the appropriate mode of data transfer. In the absence of the correct hard disk drives in the operating system, hard drives use the so-called "programmable input-output mode" (PIO Mode), which is characterized by low speed and high load on the microprocessor. To IDE- or SATA-hard drive running in "native" mode (with control over the data bus, to the management of the transmission controller), you must download and install the driver for your model of hard drive.
Here you can find and download the latest driver for the hard disk.
Here you can select the Linux driver to download from the manufacturer of your device. The list of Linux drivers corresponds to the model number of the equipment. For convenience, displays a complete list of manufacturers, which is divided into blocks of 30 units. If you are difficult to find the items you equipment, press Ctrl + F and you ll find on this page you are interested in the brand or model. Next you will be prompted to select the version of the operating system for correct operation of the Linux driver.
At the moment the possibility of parametric searching is finished, be patient, download Linux driver you can now.
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LINUX-DRIVERS.NET site will help you find and download drivers for devices running the Linux Operating System. Here you can download drivers for printers, scanners, storage devices, laptop chipset, motherboard, video card (video), sound card, as well as a variety of other devices connected to a PC or laptop.
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