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warm swap

To pull out a component from a system and plug in a new one without turning the power off. It often refers to pulling or inserting removable drives (CD-ROM, floppy, etc.) in a laptop, typically in a suspend mode. Contrast with hot swap.
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After experiencing the benefits of warm swap, users can decide whether to buy ProSwap or delete it after 30 days.
The Versa LX also includes a modular VersaBay III, an internal slot that allows users to warm swap a variety of storage and power computing tools.
0GB hard disk drive available Q398 -- Innovative, modular, all-in-one design allows for a built-in floppy drive or SuperDisk LS-120 drive, hard disk and a modular VersaBay drive -- Modular ultraslim VersaBay III with warm swap technology accepts 24X CD-ROM, SuperDisk LS-120 drive, DVD drive, ZIP drive, second battery, second hard drive orweight-saving module -- Expandable memory: 32MB of RAM expandable to 256MB SDRAM SODIMM -- Choice of Versa Dock or Versa PortBar docking solutions -- GlobalUltraCare service available for up to five years -- Windows 95, Windows 98 (available 7/98) or Windows NT 4.
5 inches in height with an internal modular bay -- Innovative modularity in an UltraSlim VersaBay with warm swap technology that accommodates a floppy disk drive, 20X maximum CD-ROM drive, weight saving module or a SuperDisk LS-120 (Q4 1997) -- Powerful CPU: Intel 166 MHz Pentium Processor with MMX technology; 256K L2 cache; 64-bit CPU architecture and 32-bit PCI bus -- Big screen display: brilliant 13.
RAIDport reduces the cost of RAID 0 (data striping), 1 (mirroring), 0/1 (mirrored data striping), and RAID 5 (data striping with distributed parity) systems by up to 50%, while providing support for important fault tolerant features such as remote array management, bootable arrays, dynamic sector repair, extended parity protection, hot spare/hot swap and warm swap.