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Scandisk was used in earlier Windows operating systems to detect errors or defects on the hard drive. Chkdsk has always been in use and is now able to find file errors and correct them on the hard drive.

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All regular movies with some exceptions ( Kiddy Cartoons were always in painted color) were Black and white up to and thru World War II- with some technicolor films coming out in the Early thirties such as Elizabeth and Essex and Queen Christina. Some say technicolor came out in l928, but after sound was perfected. Color Photography, as distiinct from retouched or colored-over Black and white films- best suitable for large formats- greater margin of error- dates to about l906 and it was discovered in Czarist Russia as a side-effect of the discovery of Chromatography ( lit, Color-graphics) by the Russian botanist Tswett, the different colors seek their own level- a scientific rough diamond- cut and polished into what we now know as Color Photography in less than a year from the discovery of the principle it was based on, very progressive. Early Russian color photos were tri-pack and required special lenses and filters.

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The Story of the Kelly Gang, released in 1906. It was an Australian film that was 70 minutes long.

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the pioneer was the very first full length film with an all black cast

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The first black and white film was the first film ever made: Roundhay Garden Scene

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Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

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