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diskette

[di′sket]
(computer science)

diskette

diskette

The official name of the floppy. See floppy disk.
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In Norwalk, information on the diskettes will be compared with that on the computers to make sure there has been no tampering.
The new ftp delivery mode will be available to CC on Diskette and CC on Diskette with Abstracts subscribers who receive either the Windows or the Macintosh 4.
computers, computer servers, diskettes or manuals) in the state.
One major threat businesses face is the loss of transaction data: Traveling sales forces increasingly record such data on laptops and then either upload to the main office via modem or download onto diskettes that are mailed back to headquarters.
All diskettes are degaussed on an automated conveyor system.
2 1982, 85-Industry Input-Output Tables (computer tape, diskette, and printout).
COM on the write-protected master DOS diskette and note the file's size and date/time stamp
This test will check random access memory, monitor, keyboard, optional RAM, serial and parallel ports, diskette drives, fixed drive, and hard drive.
With the decline of the floppy diskette as a widely-used storage medium, the megabit growth and increased functionality of our U3 smart drives, people are confronted with an apparently unmet need to easily and affordably share photos, documents and other files with family, friends and work colleagues," said Tzipi Ozer-Armon, general manager for msystems' Retail and Enterprise division.
Library officials do not know whether the virus was intentionally spread by a cyber-bandit or was introduced unwittingly by a library patron with an infected diskette.
5-inch diskette that acts as a personal key to a company's virtual store in cyberspace.
The new Windows version of Current Contents offers diskette users additional search and retrieval capabilities that enhance their productivity.