both of them are random access memories
They both... used as storage
the hard drives can be switched and what ever was on them will stay on them.
both are good brands. but western digital is the best.
Monitors, Printers, NIC's, Hard Drives can be both, and optical drives.
The top four brands of 1TB Hard Drives are amongst others Western Digital hard drives, Seagate hard drives, Toshiba hard drives, and Hitachi hard drives.
There are many places on the high street to buy hard drives for data storage like PC World. You can also find hard drives for sale on both Amazon and eBay.
This simply isn't possible. Hard drives and floppy drives work in very different ways.
If you in windows NT based system, it's possible. Start->My Computer->Tools->Folder options->View, uncheck Use simple file sharing. Then right click on any of your hard drives->Security. In Security you can pick users who will be able to get access for your hard drives locally and through network.
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Hard drives in external disk drives are simply standard drives so it is possible to unscew them and put them in a pc. However it would be easier to buy a standard internal drive and copy the data across
Laptop hard drives are very similar to desktop hard drives, indeed they work in exactly the same way and even use the same interfaces. However laptop hard drives are designed to be much smaller (2 inches as opposed to 3.5) and draw less power than desktop hard drives. As a result laptop hard drives are usually much slower in terms of data transfer and have much smaller storage capacity than a desktop hard drive of the same year manufacture. With an adapter it is possible to use a laptop hard drive in a desktop computer, and if mounted externally it is also possible to use a desktop hard drive on a laptop.
Portable hard drives work by interfacing with whichever computer they are connected to. In most cases, this connection is established by USB. Once the portable drives are connected they allow the user access to the data contained on it and the drive's storage capacity.
Hard Drives and solid state drives can store data, Ram or Random access memory is for temporary Files
There's no way you can install the CD / DVD drive from a Dell laptop in an iBook. The hard drive should be possible, as long as they are both IDE drives.
Two data transfer modes used by hard drives are UDMA and PIO. UDMA is more popular and stands for Ultra Direct Memory Access.
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