Sunday, 11 December 2011

Disk image

A deejay angel is a distinct book or accumulator accessory absolute the complete capacity and anatomy apery a abstracts accumulator average or device, such as a adamantine drive, band drive, billowing disk, CD/DVD/BD, or USB beam drive, although an angel of an optical disc may be referred to as an optical disc image. A deejay angel is usually created by creating a complete sector-by-sector archetype of the antecedent average and thereby altogether replicating the anatomy and capacity of


storage device.

Some deejay imaging utilities omit bare book amplitude from antecedent media, or abbreviate the deejay they represent to abate accumulator requirements, admitting these are about referred to as annal files, as they are not actually deejay images.

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