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5 Matching questions

  1. 12. Which costs more, a CD-R or a CD-RW disc?
  2. 13. Which type of flash memory card is currently the smallest type card and the most popular?
  3. 3. What type of adapter card allows you to watch TV using your computer?
  4. 1. Which speaker port should you use when connecting a single speaker to a PC?
  5. 6. How much data can a CD hold?
  1. a Micro SDH Card.
  2. b CD-RW.
  3. c If you are using a single speaker or two speakers with a single sound cable, connect the cable to the green sound port on the motherboard, which is usually the middle port.
  4. d 120 mm (5 inches) : 700MB/80 minutes
  5. e PCI TV Tuner card, generally known as Internal TV Tuner Card.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Blue laser beam.
  2. Transflash.
  3. TIFF's.
  4. To change the CD/DVD burn rate in Vista, open Windows Media Player, click on the down-arrow under burn and select "More Burn Options" from the drop-down menu. In the Options box that appears, click the Burn tab and then select the new burn rate.
  5. One port for input, one port for output.
    A midi port can do one or the other, not both at the same time.

5 True/False questions

  1. 4. What type of file system is used by Blu-ray discs?Blue laser beam.

          

  2. 15. Which type of removable storage device can only access its data sequentially and not randomly?Tape Drives. The biggest disadvantage of using tape drives is that data is stored on tape by sequential access; to read data from anywhere on the tape, you must start at the beginning of the tape and read until you come to the sought-after data.

          

  3. 10. How much data can a double-sided, single-layer BD hold?25GB.

          

  4. 2. What type of compression format is popular for audio files?UDF version 2.5 file system.

          

  5. 11. How much data can a double-sided, dual-layer BD hold?50GB.

          

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