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memory, which is a type of non-volatile memory that provides a set of “hard-wired” instructions, called the loader, that a computer uses to boot up.Section D: Today’s digital devices use a variety of storage technologies. storage technologies, such as hard disks, store data as particles oriented north or south. A hard disk drive provides multipleiOSw indow sAndroidintegratedX86ARMinstructioncontrolALUclockcoreaccessoperatingvolatileonlybootmagnetic
for data storage that are sealed inside the drive case to prevent airborne contaminants from interfering with the read-write heads. Hard disks are less durable than many other types of storage,so it is important to make a copy of the data they contain. storage technologies store data as a series of and lands on the surface of CDs, DVDs, or BDs. Storage technologies, such as CD- , are often used for distributing software, but you cannot alter the disc’s contents. technology allows you to write data on a CD, DVD, or BD, but you cannot delete or change that data. Rerecordable or technology allows you to write and erase data on a CD, DVD, or BD. state storage technologies, such as USB flash drives, store databy activating electrons in a microscopic grid of circuitry. A backup is a copy of one or more files that have been made in case the original files become damaged. A good backup plan allows you to restore a device’s operating system, software, data files, settings, accounts, and profiles in case of a massive hardware failure or virus infection. Personal computer backups are typically recorded on hard drives, USB flash drives, network servers, and online storage services. An easy way to get a backup

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