Introduction to Computers

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what type of memory or storage device is prone to losing data if the power goes out? A. A USB stick B. An External Drive C. A DDR SDRAM module D. A SATA drive

  • Introduction to Computers -

    You have probably used 3 of these devices, and no information was lost.

    The other is your computer's internal memory, which loses all data when the computer is shut down.

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    what type of storage or memory device is prone to loosing data

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