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  • Smart Computing Article - Removable Drives
    will be brimming with programs and files. For truly unlimited storage, you need a drive with removable media that allows you to plug in a new disk or cartridge as soon as another one is filled. When you choose a removable high-capacity drive, there are two major types: optical and magnetic. , such as CD drives
  • Implementing File I/O Functions Using Microchip?s Memory Disk Drive File System Library
    Association and (R) SD CARDS AND MMCS Microsoft Corporation. Please refer to the license agreement SD cards and MMCs are proprietary, removable, Flash for details. technology-based media, the use of which is licensed by the SD Card Association and the MultiMediaCard An ISO/IEC 9293 system stores data
  • Smart Computing Article - Storage Devices
    May 2000 Vol.6 Issue 5 Page(s) 35 - 38 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Improve Access To Your Data & Decrease Your Risk Of Losing It Speaking of damaged disks, here are some tips for maintaining your hard drives, diskettes, and removable media. Because a drive's read-write head passes
  • Implementing a Mass Storage Device Using the Microchip USB Device Firmware Framework
    USB devices are now part a daily life for many people throughout the world. Removable USB hard drives, USB memory sticks (thumb drives), multi-card readers and many digital cameras appear as a new disk drive when they are plugged into the USB port of a computer. These devices all use the Mass
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    platform for removable hard-disk drives in both PC and non-PC products, eight Japanese companies have formed the iVDR Hard-Disk Drive Consortium. Group to form content-protection specs for audio players A group of consumer electronics manufacturers and technology suppliers have formed the Digital
  • Smart Computing Article - How To Install . . . Random-Access Memory
    .) Secondary storage is dramatically slower than primary storage --far too slow to directly run programs. Tertiary storage envelopes everything else, including optical media (such as CD and DVD), tape storage, and removable media (such as a Zip disk). Tertiary storage is characterized by the fact
  • Computer Power User Article - BIOS Performance Boosters
    are flashy and feature several UV-reactive components, but they also incorporate many features that appeal to the power user crowd, such as integrated reset buttons, round cables, and removable onboard audio. The 925X-T2 represents DFI's uppermost offering for Intel Pentium 4 processors, and it's armed

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