double-sided disk


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double-sided disk

[¦dəb·əl ¦sīd·əd ′disk]
(computer science)
A diskette that can be written on both of its sides.
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The program requires an IBM personal computer with 128K of main storage, two double-sided disk drives, an 80-character display, and an IBM Personal Computer Disk Operating System.
Double-sided disks and drives were available but weren't used because the heads were more liable to damage from moving around and impacts.
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