Discussion :: Semiconductor Memory - General Questions (Q.No.4)
|Rehaman said: (Jun 9, 2011)|
When power off memory will automatically erase in non volatile memory when its again on.
|Charan said: (Jun 10, 2011)|
|No the correct ans is B because from the name itself we can say the memory is not volatile meaning its not erasable.
Http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/Non-volatile_memory.
|Samir Das said: (Aug 30, 2012)|
|Volatile- Power off memory automatically erases, i.e. does not display when power again ON.
Non-Volatile- Power off memory does not erases when power again on it is saved.
|Vijay said: (Mar 16, 2013)|
|Volatile memory is one which is erased when they turns off, but non-volatile memory never erased when they turns off.|
|Khan Bhai said: (Dec 11, 2015)|
|After the turn off the machine. The capacity of the memory does not lost.|
|Abhijeet said: (Aug 21, 2016)|
|Once which turn off the machine then the data doesn't lose in non-volatile.|
|Rahul said: (Sep 11, 2016)|
|Right answer is A.
Volatile memory is a type of storage whose contents are erased when the system's power is turned off or interrupted. For example, RAM is volatile, meaning users will lose a document if they do not save their work to a non-volatile classification of memory, such as a hard drive, before shutting down the computer.
|Prem said: (Nov 2, 2016)|
|Yes, I agree, the right answer is A.|
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