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Answers to Personal Computing Questions
What does "bits per die" mean?
How do I transfer my files to a new computer?
What should I do if my hard drive is going bad?
How do I copy my primary hard drive to a new hard drive?
What does "internal storage" mean?
What is a C drive?
How long does it take to complete a 7-pass erase on a hard disk?
What is the difference between "recover" and "restore?"
Can I use my internal hard drive as an external hard drive?
Will adding more RAM give my computer more free space?
Can I transfer a program like Print Shop that is on many CDs to a single DVD?
What is the difference between a USB hard drive and a USB flash drive?
How can I free up space on my hard disk?
How do I open files from a USB flash drive?
How can I make sure everything is deleted off my hard drive before I sell my computer?
How do I know if the blank CDs & DVDs I buy are rewritable?
Is it possible to recover files off a disk that has been reformatted or initialized?
What does it mean to reformat a hard drive?
What is a lost cluster?
What does it mean to defragment a hard disk?
Are Zip disks more reliable than 3.5" diskettes (floppy disks)?
Why does my hard drive make a lot of noise?
Why does my hard drive spit and shutter so much even after I defragmented it?
What would I want to partition my hard drive?
Can I still start my computer if my hard drive fails?
Why won't my new IDE hard drive work after I just installed it?
What is the difference between a double density (DD) diskette, and a high density (HD) diskette?
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