high-density drive

high-density drive

[¦hī ¦den·səd·ē ′drīv]
(computer science)
A disk drive that accepts both high-density and double-density disks.
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Players have to copy the software onto a Zip or other high-density drive. Some people do this for personal use, but it's too close to piracy for Nintendo's liking.
To run Home Office Voice Mail, users need a personal computer with a Pentium 60 or faster processor, Windows 95 operating system, 8 MB of RAM, 4 MB of free hard disk space, a 3.5-inch high-density drive, a free ISA bus slot, an analog telephone line, a modem or other Internet connection and a Microsoft-compatible mouse.

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