You’ve run into a problem with a computer, and during the troubleshooting process you upgraded the BIOS version of the PC. What kind of memory allows you to update the BIOS code of the computer?
E) It’s the square kind; it looks very chip-like.
The answer: D) EEPROM
Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory can be erased and written to many times, yet still maintain the state of the memory without any power source. For computer BIOS code, this is a perfect combination of constant state and upgradability.
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