CMOS-memory and BIOS

CMOS-memory – a kind of computer memory that contains the most important information for it, for example, the current date and time, the user’s password (if, of course, is set), and similar data. CMOS-memory is a semi-permanent, because data storage is carried out even when the computer is turned off. This is possible thanks to a special computer motherboard battery.

CMOS and BIOS

CMOS and BIOS

Writing and reading information CMOS-memory is performed by teams BIOS. BIOS – this is also the memory, but the other – constant. All information is stored in it during manufacture, and can be stored there an infinite amount of time, regardless of whether the computer is on or off.

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How to restore files on a flash drive?

Sometimes we have to face such problem when important files on a flash drive become inaccessible. This can happen for different reasons: accidental deletion or formatting flash drives, power surge, virus hit on a carrier or an incorrect extraction of the latter. If files have been accidentally deleted, you do not need to rush to format the memory stick, so how to restore them later will be even harder. And if after all, formatted, you should not rush to record new data.

Restoring files on a flash drive

Restoring files on a flash drive

Primarily for data recovery on a flash drive, you must restart the computer.

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