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diskette

a semiflexible plastic, oxide-coated disk contained in a special flat plastic box or jacket that is used in a computer disk drive. Diskettes have been largely replaced by higher capacity storage devices.
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The IBM guide does summarize the power-on self test, and it provides error examples, a printer problem chart, and an excellent explanation of the diagnostic diskette that accompanies the guide.
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5-inch diskette, formatted in an IBM-compatible form using MS DOS 5.
AntiEXE can infect diskettes when they are inserted into your computer.
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The diskette files were then completed at the submitting organization's location, returned via traditional mail, and integrated with an in-house client-server application.