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GPT

 

GPT

GPT

glutamic-pyruvic transaminase; see alanine transaminase.

GPT

abbreviation for glutamic pyruvic transaminase. See alanine aminotransferase.

GPT

Abbreviation for:
alanine aminotransferase
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glutamic pyruvate transaminase
guanine phosphoribosyl transferase

GPT

Abbreviation for glutamic-pyruvic transaminase.

GPT

glutamic-pyruvic transaminase.
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Though most will allow alterations of disk partition tables, they fail to understand more advanced and increasingly common disk configuration tools such as the Logical Volume Manager (LVM) or Software RAID (meta-disks).
When manufacturers made disks that could physically hold more data, they made use of the Partition Table to divide the single physical disk into one or more logical disks.
Unfortunately, Stoned keeps a copy of this Partition Table elsewhere on the hard disk, right smack in the middle of the File Allocation Table (FAT).
You could erase every file on the hard disk, re-install everything, and not even have come close to Stoned just watching all this form over on the Partition Table.
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With this release, AIP becomes the first solution to support the next-generation of uEFI motherboards and GUID partition tables which add massive storage capabilities.
In addition to error detection, the SF200 players are able to automatically recover drives with partition tables that are so corrupt that Windows does not even recognize them.
Retek has modified its code to take full advantage of the features of Oracle 8, such as the ability to partition tables and indexes, extensive backup and recovery, large user populations, and better security administration.
The user may also edit such objects as files, logical or physical sectors, boot tables, partition tables, and directories and view them in a variety of ways.