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5/14/13 WD2 SA

PERIPHERAL PORT A socket on a computer into which a peripheral device is connected
PS/2 connector the six-pin mini DIN connectors introduced with the IBM PS/2
HDMI (high def multimedia interface) A compact audio/video interface for transmitting uncompressed digital data
Digital video interface (DVI) A video inter technology that carries uncompressed digital video data to a display
active partition A logical parition that contains the files necessary to boot an operating system. This parition is read first at boot time. If no active partition exists or if the operating system files are corrupted or missing, the computer will report error messages
root directory Topmost hard disk directory (folder)
cluster A group of sectors used as the basic unit of data storage
permission bit A file or directory attribute that determines access. Permission bits include read write and execute permissions
Created by: ash.sa2