double-sided disk


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double-sided disk

[ˌdʌblˌsaɪdɪdˈdɪsk] Ndisco m de dos caras
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The original floppy drive was single-sided, single density, which was then increased to double-sided, then double-sided, double density, and finally to the high density and double-sided disk we use today as the 1.44-MB floppy.
The basic format is a double-sided disk, each side of which will eventually hold two layers of information.
Closing a double-sided disk drive door without a disk inside can chip the heads.

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