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hard disk drive

(storage)
(HDD) A disk drive used to read and write hard disks.
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The cameras are connected to a DVR that records the images on harddisks (Fig.
The device, which uses a harddisk drive instead of optical discs or magnetic tapes, will be the first of Sony's 'Cocoon' line of products that aim to become an alternative to the PC for accessing Internet content.
O or later, 133 MHz or higher Pentium-compatible CPU, 64 Megabytes (MB) of RAM, a CDROM drive, and 45 MB of free harddisk space.
After eight harddisk crashes on computers I have owned and discarded over the years, the only reliable backup system I have is the commercial online full-text services.
If you make the conversion, and you should, many of your applications will run faster and you'll gain between 20% and 30% of harddisk space.
Be sure that the hardware is adequate for your needs in terms of memory, harddisk storage, and modem speed.
The virus was lethal-entirely capable of erasing a computer's harddisk memory.
Machine functions are controlled by the Erocom II or the PNC 186 EDM control, a four-axis continuous path control, 20 megabyte harddisk memory, and a built-in MS-DOS compatible 3 1/2" floppy drive.
Meanwhile, a shortage of harddisk drives resulting from floods in Thailand is forecast to restrain market growth in H112, with faster growth likely in H212.