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Compact Flash Memory and Data Recovery

Flash memory gets its name due to its microchip arrangement in such a way, that its section of memory cells gets erased in a single action or "Flash". Both NOR and NAND Flash memory were invented by Dr. Fujio Masuoka from Toshiba in 1984. The name 'Flash' was suggested because the erasure process of the memory contents reminds a flash of a camera, and its name was coined to express how much faster it could be erased "in a flash". Dr. Masuoka presented the invention at the International

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02/03/2020
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How To Find Your IP Address . DNS Address . IPv4 . IPv6

IP Address (Internet Protocol address) is a unique address that certain electronic devices use in order to identify and communicate with each other on a computer network utilizing the Internet Protocol standard (IP)—in simpler terms, a computer address. Any participating network device—including routers, computers, time-servers, printers, Internet fax machines, and some telephones—can have their own unique address. An IP address can also be thought of as the equivalent of a

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02/03/2020
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Hard Disk Failure and Data Recovery

Hard Disk: An Introduction The hard disk is a non-volatile data storage device that stores electronic data on a magnetic surface layered onto hard disk platters. Word Hard is used to differentiate it from a soft, or floppy disk. Hard disks hold more data and can store from 10 to more than 100 gigabytes, whereas most floppies have a maximum storage capacity of 1.4 megabytes and in addition are faster too.Normally term hard disk is much familiar with computers only but it is widely used as

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03/03/2020
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Cabling your home for computer network - still a requirement?

With the proliferation of wireless networking and communication equipment, it is oh-so-tempting to cut the cord and save a significant sum of money in the process. But is everything that a regular computer networking user needs can be done using just a wireless network? Let’s take a look at some pros and contras:   One important advantage of having a cabled network is the available bandwidth or simply speed. At the present point in time, the speed of connection via a simple and

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08/03/2020
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RFID, its implications and how to defeat

Imagine a future in which your every belonging is marked with a unique number identifiable with the swipe of a scanner, where the location of your car is always pinpoint-able and where signal-emitting microchips storing personal information are implanted beneath your skin or embedded in your inner organs. This is the possible future of radio frequency identification (RFID), a technology whose application has so far been limited largely to supply-chain management (enabling companies, for

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08/03/2020
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How Do Wireless Networks Work?

Wireless networks work using radio waves instead of wires to transmit data between computers. That's the simple version. If you're curious to know what's going on in more detail, then it's all explained in this article. Ones and Zeros. I'm sure you know that computers transmit data digitally, using binary: ones and zeros. This is a way of communicating that translates very well to radio waves, since the computer can transmit ones and zeros as different kinds of the beep. These beeps are so

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03/03/2020
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Recognize And Understand Home Networking Components

If you have not decided already, you will soon want to network your two or more computers in your home. You want to be armed to the teach with knowledge of just what it takes to connect your computers to one another. You first should decide which network is best your you. If your computers are in the same room, the Wireless network should not be considered. The wired by cable network should work just fine. A computer that may be close to each other but cannot be seen may and have phone jacks

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09/03/2020
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