family of viruses
Unlike HDDs, the Zip drive uses a linear drive with a moving coil. There are two types of drive mechanisms for moving coil heads: linear and rotary. These types differ only in the physical arrangement of magnets and coils.
The drive with a moving coil is an electromagnet. Its design resembles that of a conventional loudspeaker. When a current of a certain polarity flows, the coil moves in or out of the gap of the permanent magnet. Continue reading
Currently, there are quite a few viruses that destroy the contents of CMOS. For example, the stealth virus FindMe (stealth virus – “invisible virus”, like the stealth bomber), the destructive action of which is expected on May 23. Or another virus, V.789, the 14th day of every odd month (May, July, etc.) destroys the master boot record of the hard disk and destroys the contents of the CMOS. Continue reading