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Models are available with a range of storage capacities from either fixed disks or hot-swappable removable drives.
Virtualization is an inherent capability of enterprise storage arrays, which aggregate capacity from multiple fixed disk drives in a single physical frame and present logical volumes for host access.
The BIOS, The Motherboard, Expansion Cards, Setting Up For Performance, Open Sesame, Standard CMOS Setup, Advanced CMOS Setup, Advanced Chipset Setup, Power Management, Plug And Play/PCI, Nasty Noises, Error Messages/ Codes, Memory Errors, Known BIOS Problems, POST Codes, Troubleshooting/Diagnostic Strategy, Chipsets, Fixed Disk Parameter Tables, Memory Chips, Useful Numbers, Index.
Most popular microcomputers can be obtained for less than $5,000--often, at that price, with a color display screen, one removable and one fixed disk drive, a dot-matrix printer, and telecommunication capability or ability to communicate with other microcomputers.
This is called Thick Disk in VMware's terms and Fixed Disk by Microsoft; it's the default and the most popular setting.
Fixed disk libraries rely on modern replication technologies to move data offsite for disaster recovery; they only allow for disk removal to replace defective disks.
Nasdaq: ATLPA) designs, produces, sells and supports products know as automated tape libraries which are used in networked computer systems to provide the very large data storage necessary to implement functions such as backup protection of fixed disks, archival data storage, and data warehousing.
If the disk is not protected or overwritten at the end of each session, the internal fixed disk may contain hidden but recoverable data.