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    Hard Drives

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    Hard Drives Hard drives have been around longer than you think. In 1956, I. B. M. had invented a disk storage unit that was very large but did not store a lot of data. It was twenty-four inches in diameter and could hold only five megabytes, which is the equivalent to three and one half floppy disks. Originally called “fixed disks” later became known as “hard disks” opposed to floppy disks. In 1973, I. B. M. released a hard drive that could hold seventeen and one half megabytes. In 1980 Seagate

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    The Basics of A Hard Drive I'm sure, by now you have used a computer be it to play games or write a paper. But do you know how a computer works and runs all the programs you what it to? Well if not I will tell you. To begin with I will explain a little about the history about the computers history. About 50 years or maybe a little longer someone came up with the thought that all the boring stuff like math could be automated so humans would not have to do it all. Hence the computer, as to who exactly

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    Hard Cover vs. Hard Drive

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    Hard Cover vs. Hard Drive Will Electronic Publications Ever Replace the Book? At one time our world was strictly an oral culture. We recited stories, kept records stored in our memories. When writing was invented did we suddenly stop speaking to one another or remembering facts? Of course not. At any given moment we can recall, from memory, names, dates, and places that we have committed to memory. When the printing press was invented, did we stop writing by hand? Again, no. So, why would

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    How to Format Your Hard Drive You had a long day at work; the traffic is bumper to bumper on the freeway. You are almost home and you get pulled over and cited a speeding ticket. You finally get home and get on your computer to research some lawyers to get out of that speeding ticket and your computer seems to be not acting right. Well it is time to format the hard drive. If you are like most computer owners, you understand how frustrating and expensive a computer can be. Taking your computer to

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    Hard Drive Disadvantages

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    The next type of hard drive is the SSD or solid state drive. This hard drive is still fairly new however it already has gained a good reputation. This hard drive uses flash memory and does not have any moving parts inside of it. This hard drive is very much faster than a magnetic hard drive. An SSD hard drive is also much more reliable because it does not have any moving parts (Bourque online). The next core component in building a computer is the video card. Video cards handle all the graphic parts

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    Introduction: Magnetic hard drive or magnetic hard drive recording both are the storage for using or store the data on a steel plate which is made for the storages the magnetized medium. Magnetic hard drive storage have different types of the patterns for the magnetization which are magnetsable and the material which are used for the storing of data and these all form are non-volatile of the memory. Those are that information which are accessed by one or more then read, write and heads for storage

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    Storage Devices on the Hard Drive

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    Hard Drives and External Hard Drives The purpose of a storage device is so the computer has a place to record and/or retrieve items to and from storage media (Shelly and Vermaat). There are many different ways to store and retrieve information two of them being a hard drive and an external drive. Both serve the similar purpose however, they are used for different reason or what some like to call, “their backup”. A hard drive or otherwise known as a hard disk is a storage device that contains one

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    The hard drive uses two important principles about the magnetic fields. When we write data onto the hard drive Cit uses the law of electromagnetic induction and some material is magnetic. The hard drive uses two important principles about the magnetic fields. When we write data onto the hard drive it uses the law of electromagnetic induction and some material is magnetic. When we read data from the hard drive, it uses the Lenz's law. How hard disk drive works: Firstly we should

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    Internal and External Hard Drives All around the world, on laptops, computers, phones, and mp3 players, electronic devices are being used to perform everyday functions. We can pull up saved passwords, applications, and saved files in a matter of seconds. But how exactly are these files saved onto these devices? What units are used to represent the amount of data being saved? How exactly do computers save documents and applications that can be sent from one computer to another? What units are used

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    MP3

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    a computer. The audio files are near CD-quality and take up very little space on a computer’s hard drive. Previously, high-quality audio files were saved on a computer in WAV format, which takes up much more hard drive space than MP3. For example, a three-minute WAV file would use about 30 megabytes of disk space. But in MP3 format, the same song would use only two megabytes, leaving much more hard drive space available on the computer (which benefits the computer user). Because MP3 files are typically

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