Data Recovery Glossary

Megabyte to Motherboard

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A - Access Rights to ASCII

B - Backup to BTRFS

C - CANON_DC to Cross-linked Files

D - DAS to Dynamic Disk

E - ECC to External Hard Drive

F - Failed Disk to fsck

G - Gigabyte to GUID

H - Hard Drive to Hybrid Disk

I - IDE to Internal Drive

J - JBOD to Jumper

L - LBA to LVM

M - Megabyte to Motherboard

N - NAS to Nuke & Pave

O - Operator Error to Overwritten Data

P - Parallel ATA to PSU

Q - QNAP to Quota

R - RAID to Resident File

S - SAS to Synology Hybrid RAID

T - Tailpacking to TrueCrypt

U - UDMA to USB Thumbdrive

W - WD to Write-Through Cache

X - X-RAID2

MB

MB (megabyte) - 1,024 KB (kilobytes), same as 1,048,576 bytes.

MBR

MBR (Master Boot Record) - a sector which contains a partition table and a small program to start up the operating system. The MBR is always located in a sector 0 of the drive and occupies exactly one sector.

MD RAID

MD RAID (Multiple Disk RAID) - the set of software to work with a software RAID arrays in Linux.

Memory card

Memory card - a device to store data. Unlike hard disks, data is stored using a flash memory chip. It often is used in digital cameras and mobile phones. Unlike USB thumbdrives, memory cards do not fit into the standard USB port.

MFT

MFT (Master File Table) - the main structure of NTFS filesystem. MFT contains information about all the files on an NTFS volume. For small files, the file data is also stored in MFT.

Mirroring

Mirroring - a process of writing two copies of the same data on the two array member disks. Used in RAID1 and RAID10.

MMC

MMC (MultiMedia Card) - a variety of flash memory card which is used to store data on digital devices such as cameras and mobile phones.

Motherboard

Motherboard - one of the main computer components, on which various other components (CPU, memory, and add-on cards) are mounted.

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