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Old October 17th 04, 10:59 PM
Folkert Rienstra
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"Davis Rorgh" wrote in message
ISTR that a hard drive was loosely called a DISK (spelled with a K).


Not by Seagate.


A CD-R was called a DISC - spelled with a C but more and more often
misspelled with a K.

Is a DVD called a DISC or a DISK?

 




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