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What is a 16-bit operating system?

  Basically, the difference lies in the way the program process information : 2 bytes at a time for 16 bits, 4 for 32 bits. Older system usually use a 16 bits processor (o (MORE)

Where did Sega get its name?

In the 1940's 3 guys in Honolulu, Hawaii got together to make coin operated machines for men and women in the service. They distributed them to army bases and such. Originally (MORE)

Do Sega master system games work on the Sega Genesis?

  Actually, they do. The Mega Drive (or Genesis if you live in the USA) is backwards compatable.   Originally, Sega released the Power Base converter in all regions. Th (MORE)

What is 16 bit file system?

The 16-bit file system refers to the FAT (File Allocation Table) size. The 16-bit FAT can have up to 65,517 clusters, with a cluster size of up to 32K, giving the hard drive (MORE)

What is a base 16 numbering system?

It is called Hexadecimal, and consists of the numbers 0-9 followed by the letters A-F. A=10 B=11 C=12 D=13 E=14 and F=15 Data is stored on computer in Binary Digits (BITS) (MORE)
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What is the Sega Genesis?

It was a console released by SEGA in 1989 and the first console to  have Sonic the Hedgehog on it. I own one myself!
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