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diskette

[di′sket]
(computer science)

diskette

diskette

The official name of the floppy disk. See floppy disk.
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Check to see that you have the correct DOS diskette and that it is inserted in the proper drive; you may need to try another copy of DOS.
One-of-a-kind, 'marbelized' diskettes aimed at student,
Attention -- the average time spent interacting with a diskette is 20 to 30 minutes.
Automatic format recognition makes master diskette read in easy and provides true "load and go" duplication in under a minute.
For example, a user could store a few documents on a standard floppy diskette -- or archive many documents on SuperDisk media.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- Trace, the market leader in diskette duplication equipment, held its 6th annual Trace Software Manufacturing Conference at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in San Francisco on August 17-19.
5-inch diskette and are 100% compatible with the recording media that has originated from standard connected FDDs and been formatted or written using any other interface such as IDE, SCSI and FDD.
5" diskette manufacturer and North America's a largest software duplicator, will introduce at COMDEX/WINDOWS WORLD '94 a new family of cleaning cartridges; launch a major advertising campaign and give away 15,000 free copies of client software.
44 MB diskette for every lap - often resulting in more than 50 diskettes per race.
WASHINGTON, April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Computer information on rail, truck and pipeline trade between the United States and Canada and the United States and Mexico will soon be available to the public periodically on diskette from the U.
AVP is the first antivirus product to actively remove this advanced worm without the need for an emergency diskette or rescue diskette.