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HP 9.5mm SATA DVD JackBlack Gen9 Optical Drive (726537-B21)

HP 9.5mm SATA DVD JackBlack Gen9 Optical Drive (726537-B21)

Part Number: 726537-B21
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HP 9.5mm SATA DVD-RW JackBlack Gen9 Optical Drive


AnswerAll major operating systems are supported for reading media. Software support is required for writing to CD and DVD writeable media." For Microsoft® operating systems, this is available by using Roxio Easy Media Creator. For other operating systems, an operating system-specific software utility is required for writing to media.
AnswerAll optical drives have the same 1/0/0 warranty.
AnswerDual-layer disc can hold two layers of data, rather than one, meaning it can hold up to twice as much data.
AnswerDVD-ROM drives can read CD-ROM media, but CD-ROM drives cannot read DVD-ROM media.
AnswerHP Servers do not include the appropriate hardware or software to allow DVD movies or games to be played.
AnswerIf you are concerned about data security in your environment, you should buy the DVD-ROM drive since it's a read-only optical drive. You should buy a RW drive to provide write capabilities.
AnswerPATA ("Parallel ATA") is a standard interface for connecting storage devices. PATA technology allows 16 bits of data to be transferred at a time. This interface is quite common and relatively inexpensive when compared to the SATA interface which was introduced in 2003. In the optical industry, the PATA technology is being discontinued and replaced with SATA.
AnswerSATA ("Serial ATA") is the successor of PATA technology. It's expected to replace the PATA technology eventually. SATA uses low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) which allows for faster data transfers than the PATA standard. SATA technology uses a direct connection between host and drive with no sharing of cable or bandwidth between devices. The standard interface for SATA controllers is AHCI, which enables advanced features such as hot plug and native command queuing.
AnswerThe main advantages of SATA drives over PATA are:
AnswerThe majority of movies sold on DVD today are encrypted with CSS copy protection. Decryption keys are stored in an inaccessible area of the disc. If you copy the contents of an encrypted DVD to a hard drive, the keys are not copied.
Copyright noticeThe product could differ from the images shown. © 2015 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Specific features may vary from model to model. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.
Feature9.5mm; tray type auto loading
FeatureAccess times (typical)
FeatureApplicable disk
FeatureData transfer rate
FeatureDVD-ROM Up to 8X; DVD+R/-R Up to 8X; DVD+RW/-RW Up to 8X; DVD+R DL/-R DL Up to 8X; DVD-RAM Up to 5X; CD-ROM/-R/-RW Up to 24X
FeatureDVD-ROM; DVD-R /-RW (Read Only); DVD+R /+RW (Read Only); DVD-RAM (Read Only); CD-ROM Mode-1 data disc; CD-ROM Mode-2 data disc; CD Audio disc; CD-Extra; CD-RW (Read Only); CD-R (Read Only); CD Text; PhotoCD; CD-I (mode 2); CD-I Ready; CD-Bridge
FeatureLess than 15 seconds
FeatureLoading mechanism
FeatureProduct differentiator
FeatureRandom: DVD-ROM < 160 ms, CD-ROM < 140 ms; Full-Stroke: DVD-ROM < 300 ms, CD-ROM < 275 ms
FeatureSATA 1.5
FeatureSATA DVD ROM drive; Installation guide; Warranty card; Roxio software disk; SATA data and power cables
FeatureSpin-up time (typical)
FeatureTray type Auto loading
FeatureWhat's included
HeadlineTypical Customers are Those Who
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Key selling pointNeed the latest in optical drive support with DVD capacity
Key selling pointRequire an OS boot disk that is larger than traditional floppy drives
Key selling pointWant to locally install software/patches or load data
Key selling pointWant to perform local back up or retail/branch office configuration archiving
Minimum dimensions (W x D x H)0.95 x 12.95 x 13.21 cm
Product classification flagStandard HP Product
Product descriptionHP 9.5mm SATA DVD-RW JackBlack G9 Optical Drive
Product nameHP 9.5mm SATA DVD-RW JackBlack Gen9 Optical Drive
Product number726537-B21
QuestionCan I play DVD movies or games using my HP DVD drive?
QuestionIs CD-ROM compatible with DVD-ROM?
QuestionShould I buy the DVD-ROM or the DVD RW drive?
QuestionWhat is a dual-layer disc?
QuestionWhat is PATA?
QuestionWhat is SATA?
QuestionWhat is the difference between PATA optical drives and SATA drives? What does this mean to me?
QuestionWhat is the warranty on the DVD drives?
QuestionWhich operating systems are supported with this drive?
QuestionWhy can't I play movies copied to my hard drive?
Registration requiredNo
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