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Partitions in Pie-Shape

By entawanabi ·
After some research and asking a fewquestions to make sure that I did grasp the Information here is what there is for backround on the Pie-shape partitionning:

We have "A" computer, from it comes all the rest of the equipment as stations: computer stations; processer stations and finally work stations. The compuetr sets up everything in the web of stations once it is founded, set-up, structured, and arranged. In the work stations and the processor stations and in most of the computer stations there is only one container that is a drive and it is partitioned in pie shapes so that in sixteen to thirty-six monthes it has to be replaced as the machine meets the criteria for a worn out machine.

What happens is that the spindle and antenna arrangments cause the stored datums and the partitions to twist and then torus until it ruptures. depending on the amount of use the station gets is how fast they wear out, thus the more you use it the faster the whole unit wears out accordding to the manufactuers; Sirius Mfg., Mechanical Mechals and Simplex Computers.

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by entawanabi In reply to Partitions in Pie-Shape

This is a Shareware Article: $1.75

Guy R Hengst
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Jeffersonville, ind. 47130 USA

This above auto-submitted twice, WHY?

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by BFilmFan In reply to Partitions in Pie-Shape

You call the Muffin Man on Drury Lane.

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by statykserver In reply to Partitions in Pie-Shape

Here is a TR thread I found that is related to this.

Hope this help you out.

http://techrepublic.com.com/5208-6336-0.html?forumID=75&threadID=189217&start=0

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