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The floppy drive
Is connected to the system board by a 34-pin data cable
p3
In the writing of data on a floppy disk,
It first must be formatted, or mapped in concentric circles called tracks and in pie-shaped wedges called sectors
p3
Sectors
Refer to the entire pie-shaped wedge on one side of a disk and the single segment of one track or circle that falls within the wedge.
p5
The master boot record
Contains basic information about how the disk is organized, including the number of sectors, the number of sectors per cluster, and the number of pits in each file allocation table entry.
p6
A root directory
Contains information about each file and subdirectory stored in it.
p8
A rescue disk
Is a bootable disk with some utility programs used to troublehoot a failed hard drive
p13
A hard drive
In today's systems contains two or more platters that are stacked together and spin in unison.
p20
An integrated drive electronics (IDE) standard hard drive
Controller is mounted on a circuit board on the drive housing and is an integral part of it.
p22
A small computer sytem interface (SCSI)
Device interfaces with the host adapter rather than directly with the central processing unit
p26
Fragmentation
Places a single file in several cluster locations athat are not right next to each other.
p34