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MY COURSES > BUSINESS SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE - FALL 2007 > EXAMS > PRACTICE TESTS > REVIEW ASSESSMENT: CHAPTER 7 PRACTICE TEST Review Assessment: Chapter 7 Practice Test Name: Chapter 7 Practice Test Status : Completed Score: 6 out of 6 points Instructions: Question 1 1 of 1 points The first sector on a floppy disk is called the ____ sector. Selected Answer: boot Question 2 1 of 1 points The difference between a 0 spot and a 1 spot is the ____ of the spot’s magnetization on the disk surface. Selected Answer: orientation Question 3 1 of 1 points Identify the letter of the choice that best matches the phrase or definition. Question Selected Match Has a single disk made of mylar inside the diskette plastic housing F. floppy disk Refers to the way data is physically stored on a disk E. sector Describes how data is logically organized I. cluster Contains the information about the disk C. boot sector Has one, two, or more platters, or disks, that stack together and spin in
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Unformatted text preview: unison inside a sealed metal housing that contains firmware to control reading and writing data to the drive and to communicate with the motherboard A. hard drive Each side, or surface, of one hard drive platter H. head A method of transferring data between the hard drive and memory that does not involve the CPU D. DMA Page 1 of 2 Review Assessment: Chapter 7 Practice Test 10/12/2007 . .. A method of transferring data between the hard drive and memory that involves the CPU G. PIO A popular way to connect many external peripheral devices to a system B. USB Page 2 of 2 Review Assessment: Chapter 7 Practice Test 10/12/2007 . .....
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