Single point of failure
The second drive.....
Hard Drive configuration is used to define the Slave and master Hard Drive. When we are attaching more than one hard drive the configuration is used. Configuration is done by jumper setting which is available in back side of hard drive...1st two pins for master hard drive and last pins are slave..
Dual input and Balanced output configuration, Dual input and Unbalanced output configuration, Single input and Balanced output configuration and Single input and Unbalanced output configuration
The hard drive controllers are SATA, IDE, and EIDE. The hard drive configuration tells the computer what drive controller to use and how to store the information and where to store the information.
Please give the example of what incorrect configuration you had in mind. My second question is why would you use an Incorrect Configuration in the first place?
In a Windows operating system, an incorrect drive configuration usually indicates a physical error. The error could be part of the drive itself or in the actual mechanism.
It would be best to configure the CD drive as the Master and have the hard drive set to slave. This configuration normally allows the CD drive to function when hard drive is not bootable on a single channel IDE.
In a single-class configuration, the Boeing 777-200ER has a capacity of 440 passengers.
with proper configuration it is possible.