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SSD

Abbreviation for:
scleroderma spectrum disorders
segmental spinal dysgenesis
sexual size dimorphism
silver sulphadiazine
single-sided deafness
single-strand damage
Social Security Disability
Social Services Department  
speech-sound discrimination
steroid sulphatase deficiency
sterol-sensing domain
succinate semialdehyde dehydrogenase
systemic scleroderma
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Many copiers, printers and multifunctional reproductive machines manufactured today have hard drives capable of storing documents that have been scanned, printed or faxed as digitized images.
New eGo Portable Hard Drive AccessoriesAvailable for purchase at www.iomega.com are two new accessories for the new eGo Portable Hard Drive: a durable black carry case that can be used for both the USB and triple interface models; and the Iomega Power Grip Belt for added durability, available in black and translucent colors (for the USB models only).
A one-terabyte hard drive can not only store about one million ebooks, but it can hold 333,000 high resolution photographs, 80 hours of home videos or 500 standard-definition movies.
The 750-gigabyte hard drives are commercially available, and larger sizes still are on the way.
Pointsec Mobile Technologies, based in Stockholm, found it was able to read information on seven out of 10 hard drives it purchased on public auctions such as eBay, in spite of the claim that all hard drives had been wiped clean or reformatted.
If you have ever defragged a hard drive, you know that files can be spread out all over the drive.
If you hear a grinding sound, your hard drive's heads are likely scraping across the platters of your hard disk instead of floating just above them.
In numerous cases, hard drives were not properly "cleansed" and information has been inadvertently given away, Harford adds.
Other times a hard drive will warn you of impending disaster more subtly.
Your audio recording program may offer a variety of formats for saving your audio recording to your computer's hard drive. Be sure to check the directions for your CD authoring program to determine which format should be used.
This Canadian-made tablet features a low-voltage mobile Intel Celeron processor that operates at 733 megahertz, a 20-gigabyte hard drive, integrated 802.11b wireless connectivity, and a built-in joystick for easy gaming.
The family includes a line of ATA host controllers, IDE/ATAPI conversion boards, external hard drive kits, and RAID solutions to support Serial ATA's 150 MB/sec transfer rates.